Thanks to the ever-vigilant, watching-out-for-us eyes and ears of Bill O'Reilly a cold-blooded accessory to the murder of eight innocent children will not get away with a horrfiic crime.
Bill had">http://mediamatters.org/items/200703120002">had reported details of the deadly fire in New York that took the lives of one adult and eight children, pointing out that they just may have been illegal aliens. The next day he received an e-mail that read, "O'Reilly, it was despicable to hear you question the status of those children. I was a big fan of yours but I'll never watch you again and urge others who feel compassion for immigrants not to watch you as well."
While those without the keen cognizant skill of Mr. O'Reilly would have missed it, as soon as Bill read the e-mail, he knew he was dealing with words of a cold and calculating killer.
Known to Factor viewers as only Abraham of Houston, this callous assassin, who tries to hide behind one name and one city, thinks that killing children with compassion is somehow blameless. Abe obviously doesn't understand Bill's impassioned persistence nor the extent of his reach. After all, while AOH may sleep, Bill doesn't.
Bill immediately made sure the scoundrel knew he had been outed.
"It is people like you, [AOH], who promote that kind of chaos in the name of compassion, who look the other way while poor workers and children are exploited by greedy landlords and businesses because you don't like the immigration laws."
Damn you, Abraham of Houston! Damn you to hell! Have you no conscience? Have you no shame? Have you no Factor gear? If you did you would have understood that while fire can burn, compassion can kill. I'm not exactly sure how. I'll leave that up to the forensic experts like Bill. But your lethal compassion, hidden in a cloak of altruism, stuffed into a cylinder of humanity, liquified for easier pouring, might as well been kerosene showered over the bodies of those conceivably illegal children.
I hope you're happy.
Oh, sure you had help.
"These children are dead -- because their chaotic situation was ignored by New York City authorities," declared Bill, who had obviously already unleashed his crack research team on to the job.
But Abraham really needed no assistance from the authorities. He had e-mail. And words have consequences. Not Bill's. Yours. Bill's words make gazillions. Yours make targets.
Even so, Geraldo Rivera tried to help you re-kill the poor kids, chastising Bill...on Bill's own show yet.
Geraldo: This is about the human cost of a terrible tragedy.
But even a great Fox-stadium banger like Geraldo couldn't turn on the Big Unit's fastball.
O'Reilly: This is about a system.
How true, Bill. How damn true.
Memo to Abraham of Houston: I hope you don't waste your time trying to hide from Bill. You can't. Little Shawn Hornbeck, the boy who was abducted by a pedophile, tried to hide by having fun during his four years of rape, but Bill still found him, and was able to place the blame for Shawn's situation where it belonged...on Shawn.
And if you still think you can escape responsibility, or the Factor's net, I have two words for you: Fox Security.