Bill O’Reilly put his spin on Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes speech on the “O’Reilly Factor” Monday night, deciding, “It doesn’t matter what show business people say about politics.”
“Therefore I rarely cover that anymore, much to the relief of George Clooney,” the Fox News host said. “However, the Golden Globes rhetorical fiasco last night is getting a lot of play.”
O’Reilly introduced network colleague Tucker Carlson to discuss the situation surrounding the Golden Globes, when Meryl Streep famously ripped Donald Trump without saying his name.
“Whenever privileged people act like victims, though, it annoys me so much I almost can’t control myself,” Carlson said before pondering if Hollywood understands its customers.
“They seem to hate them,” he said.
O’Reilly responded, “For these people, this is a business decision, not a political decision. It doesn’t come from the heart. Meryl Streep might be an exception because she’s a vowed liberal and she doesn’t have to pander for jobs, they come to her. But for the rest of the cadre, they know they’ll get jobs, job offers, if they play into the system of liberalism that runs Hollywood.”
Check out the video above.