O'Reilly: 'Time to See If Our Elected Leaders Will Protect Americans from Harm'
In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly asked if the U.S. Senate is looking out for Americans.
O'Reilly noted that three proposed bills - defunding Planned Parenthood, punishing sanctuary cities and passing "Kate's Law" - could greatly improve the country and should be standalone legislation.
"The Factor" host acknowledged that those bills could be filibustered in the Senate and not get the 60 votes needed to put them into play.
He said, however, that the American people should be able to see which senators are opposing those pieces of legislation.
"If those bills are voted down in the Senate, if they're filibustered, the American people will have some serious issues with the Democratic Party, I believe," O'Reilly stated.
"Lives are at stake in all three votes, and it is time to see in vivid terms whether our elected leaders will protect Americans from harm, including the unborn. It is time."
Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.