Where will Bill O’Reilly go next?

With the stunning news that Bill O’Reilly is out at Fox, the big question is, “What’s next for ‘The Factor’ host?”

Despite being the top-rated cable news host for the past 15 years, the opportunities appear surprisingly thin.

  • deplorabledave

    Wherever he wants to go.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I say he writes books and makes TV movie specials, but his nightly gig is over.
    Fox was the only network that would have a non-liberal on in prime time and now that is history, I say no other network will touch him because of his political views.

    • He could end up on Youtube!

      • ismiselemeas

        He could do worse.

      • Reader

        For how many minutes before Youtube cancels his account?

    • Norman_In_New_York

      One America News Network has Graham Ledger, who is easily more conservative than O’Reilly, but its cable reach is only about 5% of Fox’s.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        It’s being blocked like Sun News was.
        I have seen it and it’s a great source for unbiased news.

        • marty

          I often loved the act of watching Sun more than the actual content. That mighta been because a lot of it was in the college common area, with friends, beer and much impotent moonbat environmental rage. Good times…

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Those memories can never be taken away, but they might be used against you during your trial for ‘thought crime’.

          • marty

            I was provoked quite a bit, but managed to get away relatively unscathed. They vandalized a common area once. Two drunken fistfights.. no charges. A win.

    • David Murrell

      DbN, what you say is spot on, an left unsaid by the post above. Conservatives forget there is only one conservative national-broadcast outlet, but many left-wing outlets.

      It’s wrong to comment on whether or not the charges against O’Reilly are true, but a conservative, any conservative, has to live a spotlessly clean life. Liberals (e.g. Hollywood lefties) can lead loose lives, and get away with it. This is the nature of our corrupt society.

      • Alain

        I say it is even worse, because even when a conservative lives a spotlessly clean life the Left will make something up. We have seen this already so many times.

  • The Butterfly

    Shouldn’t allegations be proven first, before you fire someone?

    • Looks like there exists a long history of payoffs, which the young Murdochs will not massage.

      • The Butterfly

        Big payoffs never seemed to hurt Bill Clinton.

  • tom_billesley

    Vatican Press Officer?

  • GrimmCreeper

    Starring role in Hangover 4.

  • Bubba2 Butane

    His replacement is pathetic!

  • Hard Little Machine

    Seems weird. Fox wants to be the next MSNBC

    • PaulW

      What about Carlson, Hannity and Pirro? They’re all pretty conservative. And Carlson actually replaced an obvious liberal.

      • Hard Little Machine

        True enough. But then there’s that Shep Smith guy.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Yeah, Shep needs to have been gone YEARS ago.
          I have no idea what demographic likes him. I once heard that it’s the blue haired old ladies stuck at home, but I don’t know.

  • Maggat

    The odd spot on the Rebel?

  • Pity. I liked him.

    • The Butterfly

      I actually didn’t like him much. I think his personality hurt him in the mostly good arguments he was trying to make. I think Tucker is much better him or Hannity.

      • David Murrell

        I agree. The show was more about him than the conservative ideas presented.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Tucker is awesome!

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I’m kind of where you are.
        I’m happy to see him go if only for his black-listing of Ann Coulter from his show, and Tucker is pretty darned good.

        • The Butterfly

          Why did he blacklist Ann Coulter?

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Likely she said something that he didn’t like. I think he’s a douche.

  • bargogx1

    Maybe he’ll team up with Alex Jones.