As a conservative Catholic "traditionalist," Bill O'Reilly mourns the demise of a power structure in which women and minorities knew their place, gays were in the closet, and the whole concept of transgender was considered the work of Satan. As such, Bill's take on transgender issues is so bad that he has been cited by GLAAD (Gay Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation). So now that California has enacted legislation, which protects transgender students, O'Reilly has offered us his sagacious opinion about it. As I reported, both Greg Gutfeld and the happy hosts of Fox & Friends were obsessed about how kids will pretend to be transgender so they can sneak a peek in bathrooms for the opposite sex (yeah, watching people urinate is so sexy). So it's no surprise that O'Reilly, whose sexual fantasies involve sneaking into a woman's shower and grabbing her breasts from behind, would focus on the bathroom stuff. But it gets better. He even joked about how the law is awesome because straight guys can use it to get into girls' rest rooms which is what he would do if he is reincarnated as a CA public school student. Ewwwww!!!!!!!
On Tuesday night's Factor, O'Reilly discussed the law with Fox contributing attorneys Lis Wiehl and Kimberly Guilfoyle who has the coveted "leg chair" on Fox's hate fest, "The Five." Guilfoyle explained that if a student "feels that I am down as a boy, in school, I want to be with the girls, I want to play with the girls..." O'Reilly joked "I did that senior in high school" which is another O'Reilly lie because posh Catholic Chaminade was and is all male! After lots of laughter, Guilfoyle suggested that the schools can't say, to the students, "are you sure about this?" And that's where we moved into the oh, so popular Fox host "toilet" narrative about this landmark bill - a narrative that excludes any of the pertinent issues of bullying involving transgender youth. (To his credit, Mike Gallagher touched on it, along with Gutfeld's other guest who defended the law)
Bill: "So the kid says I want to go to the girl's room but I'm a boy, he's got to be able go."
Guilfoyle (Gavin Newsome's ex) snarled "right." Wiehl added that it's not just the rest rooms but school sports as well. Bill kept the "humor" coming. He "joked" that "it's the biggest con in the world." He laughed so hard he couldn't continue. Guilfoyle interjected, in all seriousness, that the school can't say that they don't believe the student. Bill continued to provide some yuks with his question about whether kids needed a note: "Little Horace is boy but really a girl." The ladies responded that it's self-identification. Bill was amazed that parents aren't required to "back it up." (Hey Bill, if they're "traditionalists" like you, they certainly wouldn't admit it and, moreover, might beat the shit out of the kid if he or she admitted that they were transgender). Bill continued the "comedy" with "little Horace can say that."
Bill's comedic stylings then included this: "If I come back and I'm a teenager, bang, right there?" Wiehl tried to dial it down with, "it's the volleyball team, too." Bill ended with "I'm off to California."
So Bill O'Reilly is fantasizing, on national TV, about pretending to be transgender in order to get into a girls' bathroom? There's really nothing more to say except that if O'Reilly leaves Fox News, nobody will be able to fill his great big kinky boots!
He must have….these are holy people, top of the food chain, brightest of the bright! How can belittling those less fortunate ever be wrong?
I say bring back the “one crapper fits all” idea that was popular and functional back in Roman times. This whole “privacy” and modesty thing about a perfectly normal body function was brought down upon us by over-zealous early Christians anyway. Had to differentiate themselves from those evil pagans, don’t ya know?