The jihadists who murdered a French priest in front of his altar failed to whip up fear and hatred, President Emmanuel Macron declared at a ceremony to mark the annivesary of the killing. Ministers, Catholic and Muslim leaders attended...Show More Summary
Grant Stinchfield, a host at the NRA’s online television network, made more incendiary comments about Black Lives Matter activists allegedly stoking “racial hatred” against white people. Via Media Matters, Stinchfield began a segment on his show by noting that “race...
He allegedly said he was fueled by hatred of interracial relationships.
Re: “Van veers into pedestrians outside mosque, 1 killed, 10 hurt” [News, June 17]: In the tragic Finsbury Mosque attack yesterday, the local Imam reportedly shielded the captured assailant from an angry mob until the police arrived, so he would not be harmed. In Portland last month, bystanders lost their lives coming to the defense […]
British police have now identified the man who plowed a van into a crowd of British Muslims exiting the Finsbury mosque in London at midnight as 47-year-old Darren Osborne. Osborne, a Welsh father of four, killed one person and injured at least ten. Show More Summary
Things are spiraling out of control out there and fast. Kellyanne Conway was on “Fox & Friends” and pointed out the toxic levels of hatred out there against the right.
The attacks in Tehran this week will only "reinforce hatred" for the United States and Saudi Arabia, Iran's supreme leader said on Friday at a funeral for those killed. "Such acts will have no other result than to reinforce hatred for...Show More Summary
The attacks in the Iranian capital striking the country's parliament and a shrine killed 17 people.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Friday attacks in Tehran by Islamic State that killed at least 17 people will increase hatred toward the United States and Saudi Arabia, state TV reported.
Iran's Supreme Leader is saying that the Islamic State-claimed dual attacks that killed 17 people in Tehran will add to the hatred that Iranians harbor toward the U.S. and Saudi … Click to Continue »
Sadly, this Memorial Day weekend saw its share of chaos and tragedy as racists decided to take their hatred out on people of color in attacks around the country. In Portland, Oregon, two people were killed and a third injured when they stood up to a man yelling hateful slurs toward two women on a train. Show More Summary
Some would say Roger Ailes didn't have much to live for after last year's career-ending sexual harassment scandal. But Bill O'Reilly, fellow Fox News fallen angel, knows exactly who to blame for the former network head's recent death: the haters and losers! A coroner's report determined Ailes died on Thursday after an earlier fall caused a bleed [...]
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly said the "brutal hatred" Roger Ailes experienced killed the late former Fox News chief. Both O'Reilly and Ailes were ousted from the network amid allegations of sexual harassment. Ailes, who resigned...Show More Summary
To ex-Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, the late Roger Ailes was a "force of nature with an agenda," he writes in a tribute to his former boss in USA Today. O'Reilly explains Ailes' ultimate goal—to "infuse America with traditional philosophy and see to it that conservatives like him were...
Former Fox News star Bill O'Reilly said his disgraced former boss Roger Ailes died from experiencing "hatred" in a guest obit published in USA Today on Friday. Read more...
Bill O’Reilly blames the public’s relentless ridicule for Roger Ailes‘ death, blasting those against the former Fox News CEO in a scathing statement. O’Reilly, who is currently fighting sexual harassment lawsuits of his own, wrote an article in USA Today hours after his ex boss’ sudden passing. “To say that Roger Ailes led a full Read More
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A coroner’s report determined that Fox News founding CEO Roger Ailes died Thursday after an earlier fall caused bleeding on his brain. But former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly has a different opinion. In a USA Today op-ed piece postedShow More Summary
Bill O’Reilly spoke glowingly of disgraced Fox News CEO Roger Ailes hours after he died.
Recently ousted Fox News host Bill O’Reilly wrote an appreciation of the not-as-recently ousted Fox News founder Roger Ailes today that claimed, among other things, “hatred” is what killed him. “He could be brutal verbally but if you were straight with him, he would protect you,” the ex-O’Reilly Factor stalwart wrote for USA Today. Show More Summary