O'Reilly Urges Obama to 'Stay Out of Ferguson Controversy'
In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly said President Barack Obama “should stay out of the Ferguson controversy.”
O’Reilly charged that some on the far left want Obama to take the side that police are gunning down young black men, but Obama has not made any anti-police statements so far.
He has, however, appropriated $75 million toward body cameras for police, which O’Reilly remarked is a good thing.
“The cameras protect honest cops, as well as discourage police abuse,” he explained.
Aside from the camera issue, O’Reilly said Obama has been “vague” on the Ferguson controversy and urged, “just stay out of it, please.”
Watch the memo above.