In a recent televised CNN town hall, President Joe Biden said that our greatest domestic terror threat is the well-documented rise of White supremacy.
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, however, seemed to disagree on Twitter.
Mr. Biden says there is a “rise” in white supremacy. Where?— Bill O'Reilly (@Bill O'Reilly)1613529809.0
Twitter was ready with about a million snarky answers for O'Reilly.
Hey @BillOReilly! What planet are you living on now? https://t.co/v0iDwroZaS https://t.co/appq0olsim— Tom Shoemaker (@Tom Shoemaker)1613564962.0
@BillOReilly Your twitter feed.— Michael Buckley (@Michael Buckley)1613531587.0
Did I misread ”Jews will not replace us!” Or the “camp Auschwitz” swag during the insurrection. You’re sounding a l… https://t.co/4M1Q24Oh0r— Titus (@Titus)1613562377.0
It almost seems as if the former Fox News host hasn't been paying attention to current events since getting kicked off the network.
We just watched it engulf the Capitol https://t.co/cStA30cPu5— John Haltiwanger (@John Haltiwanger)1613540950.0
White supremacists say "Where"? https://t.co/2CJfEqj05N— (((DeanObeidallah))) (@(((DeanObeidallah))))1613564451.0
From the man who said slaves were well fed and had decent lodgings. https://t.co/jbv6SrEfnC— Wajahat Ali (@Wajahat Ali)1613531626.0
Many people online not-so-subtly implied that O'Reilly himself had played a role in the rise of White supremacism.
@BillOReilly It's coming from inside your house— jon rosenberg🕺🌯 (@jon rosenberg🕺🌯)1613545301.0
@BillOReilly Usually in your comment section— Jason Daniel ✊🏽 (@Jason Daniel ✊🏽)1613529872.0
Well, the Capital rotunda for example. . . https://t.co/CoPbmuFXQu— Dylan Brody (@Dylan Brody)1613532952.0
O'Reilly has a long history of stoking racial tensions in the U.S.
This is the guy who once said he saw people getting along while growing up in segregated Levittown, NY. He also sai… https://t.co/jqPePAIC8W— Daryle Lamont Jenkins (@Daryle Lamont Jenkins)1613564953.0
https://t.co/zbOjRps1mO https://t.co/KZJQGzzCUI— Richard Hall (@Richard Hall)1613530164.0
You can start with your tweet. https://t.co/QczSAiVIet— Captain Janks (@Captain Janks)1613558444.0
Perhaps O'Reilly should have taken a long look in the mirror before posting criticism of Joe Biden.
@BillOReilly https://t.co/ddbzg5fY6C— Racism Watchdog ☃️ (@Racism Watchdog ☃️)1613535115.0
@BillOReilly The rise in white supremacy was apparent in the Capitol last month, O’Reilly. https://t.co/HhSBDUIWyl— Mark Jacob (@Mark Jacob)1613533686.0
To deny the growing influence of White supremacy is to ignore the evidence all around us.
But, of course, following the facts has never been O'Reilly's strong suit.