Bill O'Reilly was a three-peat nominee for this week's Outrageous Fox News Quote of the Week poll. But he's still got some stiff competition from the likes of Tucker Carlson, Dr. Keith Ablow, Sean Hannity and Andrea Tantaros. Check out the possibilities after the jump!
And the nominees are...
Bill O’Reilly, discussing Donald Trump’s plan to win African American votes with a promise of jobs:
“How you gonna get jobs for them? Many of them are ill-educated and have tattoos on their foreheads and I hate to be generalized about it but it’s true.”
Tucker Carlson, mocking Bruce Springsteen and others protesting North Carolina’s anti-LGBT law:
"So, great, Bruce Springsteen joins a long list of rich people who get to feel morally superior by jumping up and down and pretending that they're part of a new civil rights movement. Here's my question, though, does transgendered bathrooms and the religion of global warming, these are the big issues for affluent liberals. Do they do anything to make the average person's life any better? I mean how out of touch is this party?"
Bill O’Reilly, suggesting that racism has been eradicated:
"Yeah, see, I don’t see that in my world. And my world is a fairly expansive one. I don’t know any racists. I don’t know anybody, on either black or white people, who don’t like - like our staff here is integrated, and my assistant is black, she’s been with me 25 years. I just never see this."
Sean Hannity defending Donald Trump:
"Nothing he’s said is racist."
Dr. Keith Ablow, discussing the slippery slope of transgenderism:
"Who was the first human being in the world to say that transgenderism would pave the way for people to declare their own races? Dr. Keith Ablow. I warned about it. And it’s happening and it will happen with age and because of guys like Mark Zuckerberg, who have you invent your life on Facebook and then don’t understand the concepts of the borders of a country. The country’s a real mark, he’s part of this too. It’s part of the denial of reality."
Bill O’Reilly, suggesting that women will pretend to have migraines in order to have an abortion:
"If you are going to say that the two Democrats running for president both favor pretty much abortion at any time, for any reason, and they hide behind the women’s health issue, but that could be a migraine headache, you know. OK, I don’t want to have the kid, my boyfriend left me, my husband left me, whatever it may be, I got a migraine, kid is going to be born next week."
Andrea Tantaros, complaining about a National Day of Reason as an alternative to the National Day of Prayer:
"I think atheists in our culture have caused this culture to become so secular, so coarsened, and so godless. I think the atheists have won a lot of battles and they get most days in this country. Let the Christians have the National Day of Prayer, I mean really."
Charles Payne, fear mongering about Hillary Clinton's Office of Immigrant Affairs, designed to coordinate federal and state policies.
"I feel like we’ve already got this sort of red carpet telling illegals to come into this country. This would be the neon sign above it blinking you know, saying, “Hey unlimited room, free room and board, food, shelter, everything you need."
OK, dear readers, you've got your work cut out for you. Ready, set, vote!
“Bill O’Reilly suggesting racism has been eradicated.”
This should be number one for the reason that he is a racist.