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Bill O’Reilly, Geraldo Rivera Agree: MSNBC Hosts Out of Line for Criticism Of Ronna McDaniel Hire

Bill O’Reilly and Geraldo Rivera often occupy different sides of the political aisle. However, the response by MSNBC hosts over the hiring of Ronna McDaniel has them unified.

Several prominent voices on the cable network have publically aired their displeasure with the network hiring the former RNC chair as a political analyst.

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O’Reilly believes the situation is a difficult one for NBC.

“The corrupt media doesn’t really cover the news anymore. They do not tell you the truth. It’s ideological. It slants the news, it spins the news,” he said during his No Spin News program Monday.

“NBC is in serious trouble. When the inmates, to use a cliche, run the asylum, you’ve lost control,” stated O’Reilly. “You really have.”

Geraldo Rivera — who once famously had a shouting match with Bill O’Reilly on his Fox News program — agreed with those sentiments.

During an appearance on NewsNation’s Cuomo Modany, the correspondent-at-large lambasted the hosts on MSNBC for their stances.

“The whole idea is that they were hiring her to be the ultimate insider, and here she gets washed away, she gets drowned by this tsunami of pretentious bulls—! All of these people that have a stick up their behinds, how dare they?!,” Rivera said.

“(McDaniel) is the ultimate insider, and to say that they don’t want to hire her now because of election denialism, well then you don’t want half the country to watch your network because half the country is Republican, more or less, and they believe – a lot of them, or at least they’ve convinced themselves — about the election being fraudulent.

“I hope she tells them all to screw it, she’s sticking around, forces them to fire her, and then sues them for millions because they have humiliated her in a very, very unjust way.”

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