Kirsters Baish| On Monday, former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly made a guest appearance on a radio show. During the show, O’Reilly defended President Donald Trump after accusations resurfaced that our POTUS had committed sexual misconduct with multiple women.
O’Reilly explained to host of “The Glenn Beck Program,” Glenn Beck, that there would be a “tremendous assault” in the works for Trump coming up in the near future from the Left as a last push to try and derail his presidency and try their hand at impeachment or at least not letting him be reelected in 2020.
O’Reilly went on to explain that a tape in fact exists, and if this tape was made public it would expose a crooked plot meant to knock Trump off his feet by use of falsified sexual misconduct allegations.
Beck had a lot of questions for O’Reilly after making the startling statement. He asked if the tape would ever go public to which O’Reilly stated, “I may have to go to the U.S. attorney myself.” He went on to explain his own hesitation about putting himself in the middle of the situation.
The former Fox News host went on, “I had my lawyer listen to the tape — my attorney — he listened to it. There are at least three crimes on the tape.”
O’Reilly reminded Beck that he had a duty as a United States citizen which made him feel compelled to release the tape. He also added that the evidence was “in the hands of someone who knows the seriousness of the situation.”
Beck tried his hand at pressing O’Reilly to name the individual, O’Reilly explained that he was unable to talk about that information, but he did say that someone extremely important is aware that the tape is in existence.
O’Reilly went on to say, “But I can tell you that Donald Trump knows about the tape.”
O’Reilly admitted that he was confused as to why President Trump didn’t expose what he called a “powerful piece of evidence” which would completely expose an “industry” that is entirely built on creating false sexual misconduct allegations simply for political gain.
The former Fox News host explained that the audio doesn’t completely absolve Trump of any wrongdoing, however, it does explain that there was another similar scheme which involves “money changing hands” all for the cause of staining reputations.
The New York Times reported that numerous women who came forward during the time of the 2016 Presidential Election to accuse Donald Trump of sexual misconduct brought up their claims again on Monday of this week.
Former Miss USA contestant Samantha Holvey stated on Monday’s edition of “Megyn Kelly Today,” “Now it’s just like, ‘All right let’s try Round 2, the environment is different, let’s try again.’”
The White House released a statement on Monday that denied any and all allegations against our POTUS.
The statement read, “These false claims, totally disputed in most cases by eyewitness accounts, were addressed at length during last year’s campaign, and the American people voiced their judgment by delivering a decisive victory.”