Hoax factor: the real Bill O’Reilly

Hoax factor: the real Bill O’Reilly

For decades, Bill O’Reilly was a megastar on the Fox (666) news channel. From 1996 until 2017, millions tuned in to his show, The O’Reilly Factor, to enjoy hearing the confrontational commentator bloviating about the latest news topics, or whatever else happened to have crossed his feeble mind.

Per Wikipedia, The O’Reilly Factor was the highest rated cable news television production for sixteen years (7/zayin, the Kabbalah mind weapon) and O’Reilly was described by media analyst Howard Kurtz as “the biggest star in the twenty (2/twin masonic pillars of Boaz and Jachin) year history at Fox news.”

Despite all of his heralded success, O’Reilly was still unceremoniously dismissed and fired by Fox executives.

Though there may be no business like show business, as the fat lady Ethel Merman once sang, O’Reilly’s demise also proves there is no business perhaps more ungrateful and unforgiving.

Then again, given the true identity of O’Reilly’s host actor, the decision to terminate O’Reilly’s contract most likely represented a show business ruse meant solely for the benefit of public consumption. For, it is likely, O’Reilly’s host actor had either grown tired of the role or decided to move on, tending to more pressing business or other committments considered more paramount.

But, as loyal readers are soon to learn, Bill O’Reilly was yet another character portrayed by a very familiar host actor, a television charlatan, and charismatic impostor.

And, perhaps not surprisingly, yet another connection between Hollywood and European royalty has been uncovered and shall soon be revealed. Continue reading “Hoax factor: the real Bill O’Reilly”