The left thought they ran Fox News Superstar Bill O'Reilly off, but they were oh-so wrong.
"It turns out killing Bill O’Reilly is a lot harder than the left could have ever imagined," proclaimed Breitbart News.
"After his departure from Fox News in 2017, many on the left thought Bill O’Reilly was finished. Canceled. Done. They were wrong," according to Breitbart.
"The conservative political commentator famous for his 'no spin' approach to punditry has spent the last five years building up his media empire — which includes a subscription site, radio, podcasting, streaming video, and his wildly popular Killing series of historical books," reported Breitbart.
O'Reilly's overall audience is estimated to exceed any following he ever had at Fox News.
Speaking about how he survived the mob and avoided being canceled for good, O'Reilly says he was determined to avoid becoming a victim.
"I don’t really see myself as a victim. That’s No. 1," he said.
"He bears no grudges against Fox News, saying 'they lived up to their contractual obligations' to him," reported Breitbart.
"In hindsight, he described leaving the network as 'one of the best things that happened in my life' because it allowed him to become his own boss," reported Breitbart.
"I don’t have to answer to anyone at all about anything. That was such a release after 45 years in corporate America — not that corporate America was terrible to me," O'Reilly said. "I amassed a lot of money and became very famous so I can’t be whining about it."
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