Bill O’Reilly is definitely not looking out for Michelle Malkin. She appeared on The Factor last night to discuss “hate speech on the left”, but once again she was denied the on-air opportunity to play the victim card over Geraldo Rivera’s remarks about her in the Boston Globe earlier this month.
She’s not happy.
By Michelle Malkin • September 10, 2007 07:29 PM
Tonight’s topic: Hate speech on the Left.
No, not Geraldo’s. The focus is MoveOn.org’s despicable ad. […]
And over at hotair.com, Bryan gets in a few digs at O’Reilly:
Trash the country or the military, and The Factor will take you on. Threaten a form of assault against a network colleague, and get…nothing, apparently. Even after it’s become clear that Geraldo’s hate speech inspired hate speech by O’Reilly’s bete noir. You’d think that that would be enough to generate some interest. But so far, you’d be wrong.
Michelle Malkin says she has complained to “top Fox people” about Geraldo’s remark, apparently to no avail.
And to answer all of the readers who have asked whether I’ve complained to top Fox people about stupid spit-gate, I have. They’ve gotten an earful from me.
I’m not going to let it get in the way of my job. But I won’t forget.
“I’m not going to let it get in the way of my job.”
Yeah, because what else is she gonna do? Threaten to quit so she can pursue all those job offers she’s getting from other networks?