Bill O’Reilly Just Came for Maxine Waters’ Hair: I Can’t Hear a Word She Said With That ‘James Brown Wig’

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Updated Tuesday, March 28, 2017, 4:45 p.m. EDT: Unlike the president and House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes, Bill O’Reilly can admit when he’s made a mistake. On Tuesday he tweeted out an apology of sorts after he made fun of Maxine Waters’ hair.


“As I have said many times, I respect Congresswoman Maxine Waters for being sincere in her beliefs. I said that again today on Fox & Friends calling her ‘old school.’ Unfortunately, I also made a jest about her hair which was dumb. I apologize.”

Yeah. It’s still, fuck that guy.


Bill O’Reilly is a deplorable. He’s barely human. He’s a professional pot stirrer and a bitch. As such, he’s the megaphone of an American underbelly (yes, I still believe that hate and racism are the dark side of America), and he uses his platform to spew hatred.

During an appearance on some shitty Fox News morning show, O’Reilly took the opportunity to make hurtful, insensitive comments about the hair of black America’s favorite aunt, Maxine Waters. See his dumb-ass comments below:

You can’t come for Maxine Waters, ever. The California representative is 78 years old, and she’s been fighting the good fight for over 50 years. She’s one of the few Democrats who have the heart to call out President Donald Trump for being the liar he is, and because O’Reilly can’t stand it, he makes fun of her hair. It’s disheartening to see that this is what we’ve come to, but who’s surprised?

Also, those Fox News hosts sitting there chuckling it up at Aunt Maxine’s expense are just as deplorable.

Also ... also ... never forget that Bill O’Reilly is a bitch.

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So Waters goes after Trump and his folks based on substance, actions and effect and O’Reilly goes after ... her hair.

Makes sense. I mean, when you can’t deny what someone says, go after something else.