O'Reilly: Hear Grand Jury's Decision Before Convicting Officer Wilson
In his second Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly spoke about the tense situation in Ferguson, Missouri, and how many liberal people in the media and in the political world continue to convict Officer Darren Wilson of the murder of Michael Brown.
O'Reilly said that authorities in Missouri are bracing for racial protests when the grand jury hands up its decision about whether or not to indict Wilson in Brown's Aug. 9 shooting death, which could come at any time.
"The Factor" host said that many liberals are convinced of Wilson's guilt, including civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), who recently compared Ferguson to Selma, Alabama, while lamenting police shooting young black men all over the country.
"The congressman is calling for justice, and I believe that's why federal, state and local authorities are involved. And I believe that's why their findings were put before a grand jury," O'Reilly said.
"So, Congressman, let the system function. If the fix is in and there is a proof of that, I'll be right there with you."
"No one knows exactly what happened, so let's see what the grand jury says."
Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.