Bill O'Reilly's paranoid delusional rants about a "War on Christmas" include the frequent use of the term "pinhead" to describe those "secular-progressives" who are allegedly trying to "diminish Christian philosophy in the US." Meanwhile, there is some thought that Bill's crusade might have some unsavory anti-Semitic connections. He did earn a rebuke from the ADL over an offensive comment made, on his radio show, to a Jewish caller during a discussion of Christmas. Obviously the phrase, "happy holidays," which includes non-Christians, bothers Bill greatly. So it's rather interesting that a World Net Daily writer uses O'Reilly's favorite word "pinhead" to describe how his fellow Jews are to blame for the "war on Christmas." He also articulates several O'Reilly memes on religion and government. The article is titled "The Jewish Grinch Who Stole Christmas." The Baby Jesus must be so happy!
Burt Perlusky's article begins by citing one of Fox's 2012 affronts to Christmas; i.e. the Santa Monica Nativity scene controversy which, of course, was covered by O'Reilly. Like Bill, he advances the lie that department stores are forbidding their workers to say "Merry Christmas." Like Bill, he laments what he sees is the demise of American traditionalist Christianity in part due to the ACLU. He "lays the blame at the feet" of his "fellow Jews" because "when it comes to pushing the multicultural, anti-Christian, agenda, you find Jewish judges, Jewish journalists, and the largely Jewish funded ACLU, at the forefront."
He continues his attack with an O'Reilly vocabulary staple: "What makes them even more obnoxious is that, by and large, the Jews who are leading the crusade against what is, we should never forget, a national holiday, are secular. So it’s not even a question of their religion being shortchanged; they hate their own, as well. They’re the pinheads who pretend that “separation of church and state” appears in the Constitution." He echoes Bill's claim that it's really Christianity that is under attack: "... anti-Semitism is no longer a problem in society; it’s been replaced by a rampant anti-Christianity."
The popular right wing meme that separation of church and state isn't in the Constitution was articulated by Bill O'Reilly who, in 2004, said it was "bogus." (The Establishment Clause stems from a letter from Thomas Jefferson and has been used as the basis of court decisions regarding "separation of church and state." "Separation of Powers" and "Eminent Domain" aren't in the Constitution either; but they are phrases that underpin court decisions and policy.)
Looks like Bill O'Reilly has himself a disciple who is going forth to spread Bill's gospel of Christmas cheer and good will!