Bill O'Reilly has criticized the media for describing Anders Behring-Breivik, the man who has admitted to committing the mass killings in Norway, as a Christian, saying that such a thing was "impossible."
O'Reilly singled out the New York Times, which called Breivik a "Christian extremist" in an article. Breivik also referred to himself as a Christian, as did the Norwegian police, not to mention his 1,500 page manifesto which makes reference to Christian crusaders known as The Knights Templar.
O'Reilly was manic as he concluded that it was "impossible" for Breivik to be a Christian. And certainly not just because he (Brevic) said so himself.
"No one believing in Jesus commits mass murder," he said. "The man might have called himself a Christian on the net, but he is certainly not of that faith...we can find no evidence, none, that this killer practiced Christianity in any way."
However, since the Fox clip seems to be “disabled” at this time, I can only show you Jon Stewart’s take on the situation. The Daily Show segment “GOP Special Victims Unit” is a montage of hypocrisy over at Fox News which includes O’Reilly hissy fit.