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Bill O'Reilly Blames God For Sexual Misconduct Allegations--Yes, You Read That Right

Bill O'Reilly Blames God For Sexual Misconduct Allegations--Yes, You Read That Right
Updated 7 months ago

Since Bill O'Reilly's firing from Fox News following a slew of sexual harassment accusations, the former host has denied any truth behind the allegations and blamed the "politically motivated" media for his woes. Now, however, it seems O'Reilly has found a new entity who, in his mind, is responsible for multiple women accusing him of sexual misconduct: God.

On the Monday episode of his web series, No Spin News, O'Reilly commented: 

You know, am I mad at God? Yeah, I'm mad at him. I wish I had more protection. I wish this stuff didn't happen. I can't explain it to you. Yeah, I'm mad at him.

O'Reilly's comments came just after a new story by the New York Times, which revealed O'Reilly paid a $32 million settlement to a former Fox News colleague just before renewing a $25 million-a-year contract.

On Twitter, everyone seems to agree God wasn't a part of this:

O'Reilly claims that "his wealth and fame make him a target for such allegations," but there are lots of famous people who aren't repeatedly settling sexual harassment lawsuits.

People aren't buying O'Reilly's latest deflection:

It's hard not to get philosophical when someone invokes a higher power:

For some, the allegations O'Reilly faces are reminiscent of the sexual misconduct accusations leveled against President Trump. At least 15 women have accused the President of some form of sexual harassment or assault since the 1980s.

No matter their personal religious beliefs, everyone on Twitter seemed to agree: