Rosie O’Donnell must have very few friends. She is vile, full of hatred, and attacks anything that is edible. Her latest outburst is against Bill O’Reilly who stated last week that ABC should fire Rosie from The View for her damaging comments against the military and United States. Here is a look at what O’Donnell said today about O’Reilly and News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch.
Rosie O’Donnell spat back at conservative talk-show pugilist Bill O’Reilly after he called for her firing from ABC last week, comparing him to a character in George Orwell’s “1984″ who is “a fattish … man of paralyzing stupidity, a mass of imbecile enthusiasms.”
She didn’t reserve her fire for O’Reilly, however. On her blog at Rosie.com, Ro accused O’Reilly of being a totalitarian puppet of News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch, as she put it, in her lower-case verse, “like 1984/molding the facts/2 suit the needs/of big brother rupert.”
Well, Bill O. did go after Ro at least, as TMZ noted last week, calling Rosie “nutty” and “irresponsible” and suggesting that ABC should oust her from the show. Rosie went all literary-nasty on O’Reilly, comparing him to Parsons, a fellow employee of protagonist Winston Smith, whom Orwell says is “one of those completely unquestioning, devoted drudges on whom, more even than on the thought police, the stability of the Party depended.”
I believe everyone might want to tune into the factor tonight on Fox News (8pm EST) to see what Big Bill has to say in response to Rosie’s unstable ramblings. Rosie would attack her own family if it meant more face time on TV for her. Pretty sick that ‘The View’ is so desperate for ratings that they continue to let this beast appear on the show no matter who she attacks or how vile she is in doing so.