O’Reilly: 'Americans Are Slowly Wising Up'
In tonight's Talking Points Memo, Bill O'Reilly resumed his critique of America's weakness after documenting vital areas where the USA is either losing influence or is completely collapsing during last night's show. Tonight, he focused on how propaganda is used to obscure the truth.
O'Reilly stated that criticism of the Obama administration has grown so overwhelming and convincing that a new strategy has emerged among those happy with the current state of the union: "America is not getting weaker. It is simply changing, realigning."
He extrapolated that the left thinks "the country is not really in trouble abroad or economically. It's just a changing world, and O'Reilly is just too dim to understand."
"The Factor" host stated that one of the main reasons the USA is in steep decline is resentment among citizens towards fellow citizens. "When skin color overrides honest debate everything falls apart," he said. And that's what is being sold.
The Democrat leadership in Congress - Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi - designed the divisive strategy of deflecting criticism and playing to emotional reactions, but President Obama is allowing the nonsense to flow, according to O'Reilly.
"We need to get back on track in this country. Halt the nonsense and demand our elected leadership solve problems that threaten our well-being," O'Reilly said.
"The day of the ideologues is ending. TV and radio ratings prove it. Americans are slowly wising up. That's the first step in recovering the strength of America."
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