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Bill O'Reilly said the UK's referendum decision to leave the European Union was not about macroeconomics, but open borders and mass immigration.

"It was largely an emotional decision based on what folks are seeing with their own eyes," O'Reilly said in tonight's Talking Points.

He said a flood of immigrants resulting from the EU's open border policy has changed entire cities, reshaping them to reflect their native cultures.

O'Reilly said that although liberals are right that it's compassionate to give suffering people a lifeline, it's just impossible to absorb the flow.

"That's not racist, nationalistic or inhumane. It's an opinion based on social order and rejecting a total breakdown of immigration supervision."

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