From the November 24 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): But the horrendous situation in Chicago and Los Angeles, here in New York in some areas, generated by blacks. Yet, you never hear -- Most programs won't do this segment.
LIS WIEHL: It is a complete double standard.
O'REILLY: It is a complete double standard.
WIEHL: If you have got a white officer who's done something wrong and black person is hurt, exactly. They should get --
O'REILLY: They should get it, right.
WIEHL: But here when you have blacks that are killing this poor white woman. There is no Black Lives Matter coming after them.
O'REILLY: This has been going on for decades. And nobody is trying to solve the problem.
KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE: Right, but they're a hate group against police officers.
O'REILLY: Where is Black Lives Matter on this? Did they release a press statement on this?
GUILFOYLE: No, they don't because this doesn't match their singular focus. There's hypocrisy there, and they essentially are espousing hate against police officers.
WIEHL: That's exactly right. I almost think they are inciting violence to the point of hate crime. When they're coming out and saying pigs in a blanket and all of that. They are trying to incite that violence. That to me escalates, that's a hate crime.
O'REILLY: Well I think that the bottom line on Black Lives Matter is if Black Lives Matter, how come this group isn't on the south side of Chicago when every weekend you've got a couple of dozen black lives lost.
WIEHL: Right. They matter.
O'REILLY: And you know who's killing them? Other blacks. But we don't hear a word of that.