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Bill O’Reilly Happy To See Media Acknowledging Border Crisis

While O’Reilly praises the left-wing media in one segment, he surprisingly criticizes members of the Conservative media in another, specifically Candace Owens.

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Bill O’Reilly rarely has positive things to say about what he calls “the left wing media” but that changed on Tuesday.  In addressing the situation on the United States’ Southern border, O’Reilly says it is so bad that even left-wing media is starting to take notice.

“The liberal media supported Joe Biden’s presidential campaign 100 percent, but now because the border situation is dangerous to them and the progressive movement, they have started to take notice,” O’Reilly said on Tuesday night’s edition of No Spin News.

O’Reilly then plays a clip of Meet The Press, where commentator Chuck Todd calls the situation a “Crisis for the Biden administration with no easy way out.”

“Now I don’t have any use for Chuck Todd, but he just told you the truth,” O’Reilly said. “By doing so, Mr. Todd was roundly scorched on social media by the Progressive Left who doesn’t want you to know anything. The Biden administration will tell you it’s a challenge and that the border is closed to all but the most venerable young children. But that’s a lie. If the borders are closed, how come ICE is spending 87 million dollars of taxpayer money to put immigrants up in hotel rooms or to fly them all around the country? I’m just trying to be an honest broker of information here and tell you the facts.”

O’Reilly adds that since the Biden administration can’t spin the facts to the media in a positive way, they just ignore them and most media members are too lazy to call their hand on it, but that is starting to change.

“We are being deceived, but I honestly don’t think most Americans are buying it and even the left-wing media is starting to ask tough questions.”

While O’Reilly praises the left-wing media in one segment, he surprisingly criticizes members of the Conservative media in another, specifically Candace Owens.

“Recently President Biden fell down the steps of Air Force One and a lot of people were happy he fell down. That was wrong and it should never happen. I have no use for President Biden’s policies. I think they will and have hurt the country. But I don’t want him to be mocked. That’s just part of the meanness of the media in America.”

O’Reilly points to Owens, conservative host of the Candace Owens Show, and her March 19th tweet about President Biden having dementia to prove his point.

“That’s not necessary Ms. Owens,” O’Reilly said. “You don’t know that Joe Biden has dementia. You are not a doctor. To do that is, I don’t know, you fill in the blank. I’m at a loss for words. I will say that anybody who thinks the President falling is a good thing needs, to take a step back and take a look at yourself.”

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Bill O’Reilly: ‘Unholy Alliance’ Between Liberal Media and Government Officials

A recent effort by citizens to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon is O’Reilly’s point of contention.

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On Monday’s episode of The O’Reilly Update podcast, during the “message of the day” Bill O’Reilly focused on the ties between liberal media outlets and government officials.

“There are unholy alliances in play,” O’Reilly said. “That is press agencies advancing the fortunes of leftists seeking power, while at the same time ignoring injustice. Let’s focus on a very vivid example: the Los Angeles Times. Like its namesake in New York, the LA Times is a liberal outfit. Nothing wrong with that, if an attempt is made to provide straightforward news coverage. Unfortunately, that’s not what’s happening. While crime is devastating LA and other California cities, the newspaper is desperately trying to save progressive law enforcement agents who are directly responsible for the death and destruction.”

A recent effort by citizens to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon is O’Reilly’s point of contention. He claims homicides are up 94% since Gascon took office in December of 2020. Shootings are up 54%, and O’Reilly pins those numbers on Gascon’s policy of criminal justice reform. O’Reilly used recent editorials from the California newspaper saying “the notion that a D.A. can make crime rise or fall over a period is absurd” as an example of this “unholy alliance”.

“What is absurd is that newspaper not processing the violent crime it reports on every day. That’s absurd,” O’Reilly argued. “The truth is the progressive movement believes the American criminal justice system is racist and wants to destroy it. The LA Times is part of the progressive movement. It has allied itself with that. And so, death in the streets of blighted neighborhoods really doesn’t matter for the greater good of criminal justice reform.”

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Axios, Cox Enterprises Reach Agreement on $525M Sale

The new deal will also include an additional investment of $25 million in Axios’ media branch

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Axios has new owners as the company announced Monday that it agreed to sell to its most recent primary investor, Cox Enterprises. Furthermore, the agreement between the two companies is for $525 million. 

The deal is structured to secure investments that will continue to pour into local news after the company began providing coverage in 2020 after initially focusing on politics, tech, and business when it was founded in 2016. 

“A big part of this investment is to expand the number of local markets we serve. Local watchdog journalism is so important to the health of any community, and no one is more focused on building that out nationally than Axios,” Cox chairman and CEO Alex Taylor said.

The new deal will also include an additional investment of $25 million in Axios’ media branch to assist the company in growing across its local, national, and subscription news products.

“This is great for Axios, for our shareholders and American journalism. It allows us to think and operate generationally, with a like-minded partner — and build something great and durable that lives long after we are gone,” Axios CEO Jim VandeHei said.

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Elon Musk Offers Twitter CEO Debate On Bots

“I hereby challenge @paraga to a public debate about the Twitter bot percentage. Let him prove to the public that Twitter has <5% fake or spam daily users!"

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Billionaire Elon Musk challenged Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal to a public debate on the subject of fake accounts and spam over the weekend.

Musk and Twitter are currently in legal proceedings over a $44 billion takeover offer from the Tesla and SpaceX executive. Musk filed a bid with Securities and Exchange Commission to purchase Twitter in April. After both parties agreed to the deal, Musk made the decision to terminate the deal, accusing Twitter of providing him with incorrect numbers in regards to the amount of daily users that are not spam or bot accounts. In retaliation, Twitter sued Musk to ensure the deal would go through.

A Twitter thread by Andrea Stroppa detailed the allegations made by Musk. Musk replied by saying “Good summary of the problem. If Twitter simply provides their method of sampling 100 accounts and how they’re confirmed to be real, the deal should proceed on original terms. However, if it turns out that their SEC filings are materially false, then it should not.”

Musk later asked followers whether they believed less than 5% of Twitter’s daily users were bots or spam. He later tweeted “I hereby challenge @paraga to a public debate about the Twitter bot percentage. Let him prove to the public that Twitter has <5% fake or spam daily users!”

According to a report from CNBC, a source close to Twitter said a debate “is not going to happen outside of a pending trial”.

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