Bill O’Reilly already has a new gig.
It’s only been a month since the scandalized journalist was officially ousted by Fox News, but it appears as though the 67-year-old has already lined up a new job. Unsurprisingly, O’Reilly is joining forces with former Fox News peer Glenn Beck as he’s locked in a weekly radio spot on the 53-year-old’s TheBlaze show.
The disgraced TV personality announced the employment news on Monday on his podcast, named No Spin News. In regards to his new gig, Bill shared:
“We’re going to do that every Friday until Beck gets tired of me. It’s a good outlet for me to, you know, discuss things back and forth with Beck, who’s a good friend. We don’t agree on everything, but it’s very lively.”
This announcement comes mere days after the political commentator stopped by Beck’s radio show for his first interview since being let go. At one point during the interview, Bill claimed he was sabotaged by the “left-wing cabal.” Smh.
Anywho, we’re sure the higher ups at Fox are PISSED about this collaboration. As you may recall, both O’Reilly and Beck were dismissed by the Rupert Murdoch-helmed company. While Bill was let go following a sexual harassment scandal, Glenn got the axe in 2011 after controversial comments resulted in advertisers pulling out their ads.
So it’s safe to say that this new combo is likely to result in some serious controversy. Ugh…
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