Bill O'Reilly absolutely tore into the Washington Post's editorial board on Fox News last night after the paper published an op-ed last week that accused O'Reilly and Mitt Romney of a "contemptuous and contemptible" worldview -- both for O'Reilly's election night comments about the declining white majority and for Romney's "gifts" comments.
"How vile. How vile. In other words, you pinheads have no right to lie about me by putting fabricated words in my mouth.
That's not what I said. You disgrace the journalism industry, you seek to demonize anyone who disagrees with your far left view. Am I being clear enough?
The white establishment no longer dominates the political field. I don't lament that, I'm not pining for a return to Calvin Coolidge. I just reported it. But for crazed ideologues, that's inconsequential."
O'Reilly then read a bit from the Post piece that called the "Romney-O'Reilly worldview", "contemptible."
"Here's what's really contemptible -- you guys spinning an honest look at the vote as a diatribe against poor people and minorities. That's what's contemptible.
The Washington Post editorial staff could not care less about the truth -- that American society is dependent on a giant federal nanny that cannot possibly afford all the stuff it is giving out.... We are turning into a Western Europe, and that is exactly what the Washington Post wants. Their worldview is destructive to America."