Hannity And O’Reilly Thinking Of Teaming Up At New Network! Do You Support Them?

Legendary television host Bill O’Reilly was fired from Fox News after a series of sexual harassment allegations against him leaked to the public.

The decision devastated millions of O’Reilly’s loyal fans, who had watched him on Fox News for over two decades.

After O’Reilly’s termination, the ratings at Fox News took a YUGE dive – they actually finished in 3rd place for the first time in nearly two decades.

Hannity was also under attack recently for covering a story about murdered Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich, giving left-wingers an opening to cry “conspiracy theory” and also gave Media Matters an opportunity to publish a list of his advertisers on its Twitter feed.

A few advertisers bailed on Hannity’s program, including military services firm USAA, but a public outcry followed.

 
Now, O’Reilly and Sean Hannity could possibly be teaming up…


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Rumors have spun that O’Reilly may jump on the Newsmax team as he was recently added as a contributor. The One America News Network has also been attempting to recruit O’Reilly. All the while, huge conservative power people are planning to launch another cable news network to rival FOX News, which has been slowly shifting to the Left.
But this latest idea would be welcomed by many conservatives around!

What do you think would you like to Sean and Bill together again?

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Steve Crone
Steve Crone
4 years ago

I haven’t watched fox since Bill Oreilly was fired. Neather he nor Hannity would go with another network unless it was square-up solid. That’s all I need to know. I’ll be there each and every time they on on the air. Fox and CNN and all their advertisers can kiss my money goodbye.

Kimberly Schnarr
Kimberly Schnarr
4 years ago

Leave Fox News and take the conservatives with you!!

Hal Lemoyne
Hal Lemoyne
4 years ago

YES
I do greatly support my great team of Bill O’Reilly & Sean Hannity

so I can stop watch all fake news mainstream medias
Amen & Amen!!!

BG
BG
4 years ago

Yes, but not on pay per view. They would have to be under the standard cable TV package.

Jack
Jack
4 years ago

They can call it Beavis & Butthead part deux.

Ernest Boone
4 years ago

“Coming together” with individual programs on same channel – excellent idea. “Working together” on same program – very bad idea. Bill O’Reilly’s reputation is built on “well researched , fact based, fair, balanced, well reasoned and brutally honest” reporting co-mingled with personal advice and opinion.
Sean Hannity’s reputation is built on being a stanch Right wing Conservative ideologue whose mission is to expose and “call out” the hypocrisy of the Left wing Democrat ideologues.
To be together on the same program would , in my opinion, very quickly produce incompatible internal conflict which would degrade the program and be damaging to the reputations of both hosts. My ideal evening program setup would be: 6-7 National News Hour (host ???); 7-8; Harris Faulkner; 8-9 O’Reilly; 9-10 Tucker Carlson; and 10-11 Hannity.
One thing is for certain – O’Reilly needs to get back on the air on a regular TV channel asap. The exposure obtained on the internet program is not producing the wide spread exposure that would result if he were back on a regular channel.

Bill DeMorrow
Bill DeMorrow
4 years ago
Reply to  Ernest Boone

I’ve been hoping O’Riley would get involved in a new network. Hannity would be a great show on that network but not together with O’Riley. Also get Watters in and you’ve got a real winner.

Ernest Boone
4 years ago

“Coming together” with individual programs on same channel – excellent idea. “Working together” on same program – very bad idea. Bill O’Reilly’s reputation is built on “well researched , fact based, fair, balanced, well reasoned and brutally honest” reporting co-mingled with personal advice and opinion.
Sean Hannity’s reputation is built on being a stanch Right wing Conservative ideologue whose mission is to expose and “call out” the hypocrisy of the Left wing Democrat ideologues.
To be together on the same program would , in my opinion, very quickly produce incompatible internal conflict which would degrade the program and be damaging to the reputations of both hosts. My ideal evening program setup would be: 6-7 National News Hour (host ???); 7-8; Harris Faulkner; 8-9 O’Reilly; 9-10 Tucker Carlson; and 10-11 Hannity.
One thing is for certain – O’Reilly needs to get back on the air on a regular TV channel asap. The exposure obtained on the internet program is not producing the wide spread exposure that would result if he were back on a regular channel.

Oscar Cantu
Oscar Cantu
4 years ago

I support them both. Hopefully on regular cable TV. Add Michael Berry and Rush L. and you will have a dream team.

Mr Riley, we miss you, your welcome in my leaving room every day.

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