Hannity radio guest Bill O'Reilly compares Kavanaugh protesters to Nazis

Hannity radio guest Bill O'Reilly compares Kavanaugh protesters to Nazis

O'Reilly: "If you look back into 1930, to 1936, this is very similar to what happened in Germany"

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From the October 11 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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BILL O'REILLY (GUEST): There's more to it though. The new element in this, that you and I didn't have to deal with in the first twenty years we were both on the Fox News channel, is that the press, the media, which has always been left, has now allied itself with the hard progressive left. They're in it together. That's new. And then you add in the millions of dollars going into groups like MoveOn, Media Matters, Color of Change, you know the groups. Millions of dollars are flowing into those groups, and their only mandate is to destroy people with whom they disagree. This Kavanaugh thing was not accidental and it wasn't caused by one woman stepping forth. This was an organized thing, that if they couldn't get him before the confirmation on merit, they're going to destroy him personally. 

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If you look back into 1930, to 1936, this is very similar to what happened in Germany. Good people in Germany, good Germans, looked away. They did not confront the evil that was coming at them. And I put forth to you and America, we have a lot of evil coming at us right now and I don't know how many people are looking away.

Previously: 

Fox's Newt Gingrich: The Democrats are "a brown shirt party"

NRATV host: A few Democrats doing a sporting-style “fight” chant at an Eric Holder event constitutes a “call for violence”​

Lou Dobbs calls former Attorney General Eric Holder "the illustrious thug"​

Posted In
Elections, The Judiciary
Network/Outlet
Premiere Radio Networks
Person
Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly
Show/Publication
The Sean Hannity Show
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