November 20, 2003 - Fox News' Bill O'Reilly Apologizes

Article Update: Astoundingly, Fox New's Bill O'Reilly came very close to apologizing to the American people as he pledged to do if no weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq. The best he could...[continued]


Bill signs his latest book after a speech in San Francisco on Nov 20, 2003.


Well known host of the Fox News program The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly, apologized to the nation during a speech and book signing in San Francisco on Nov 20, 2003, saying he no longer trusts president Bush.

The apology was prompted by statements O'Reilly made earlier this year that he would apologize to the nation and never trust Bush, or the Bush administration again, if weapons of mass destruction were not found in Iraq.

Protesters in support of O'Reilly gathered outside San Francisco's Masonic Auditorium to voice, in a truly San Francisco way, their deep appreciation and admiration for O'Reilly.

One of O'Reilly's biggest fans.

In a strange twist O'Reilly also stated that he has come to believe that "Fox News distorts the news," he is really a secular leftist, and that Noam Chomsky is just "really cool."

This was quite a shock to some of O'Reilly's fans, though, most were quick to forgive him because, as one woman exclaimed, "he's really hot!"

After the speech O'Reilly was able to spend several hours signing books for his legions of adoring fans who apparently listened to, or at least heard, an entirely different speech, as they seemed oddly nonplused by his out of character behavior.

O'Reilly contemplates his change of heart under the banner of the event sponsor, KNEW.

"Oh he's just joking you liberal loser" a belligerent gentleman in a rather expensive suit said to a certain corespondent.

"Oh yeah, well you're an idiotic ditto-head!" the correspondent yelled back.

"That's Rush dumbass!"

"Who you calling a dumbass!"

I...err... I mean the correspondent was summarily ejected from the auditorium. This was just as well as there was much more important news to cover like the travails of Michael Jackson, and the next enthralling twist in the Laci Peterson case.

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