Bill O’Reilly took on Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage on his show “The O’Reilly Factor” but at the end of the show the “factor” turned into a Sparta where the host and the analysts tried to make themselves heard by shouting out loud.
“The Supreme Court has morphed into a political organization, not a body that seeks to uphold the Constitution,” said O’Reilly. Analysts Juan Williams and Mary Katharine Ham also joined in the discussion.
The host went on and said that he did not intend discrimination but “the gay marriage issue should be decided by each state.” Again, this was not meant to be discriminatory.
Mostly the show concentrated on how the SCOTUS judgment was based on “long political lines, rather than constitutional principles. The best part of the show, however, was when O’Reilly told one of his analysts that he didn’t care about what Williams thought about the ruling! Then why was he invited on the show anyway?
But then again this kind of debate is not unusual when it comes to Bill O’Reilly because all that matters in the end is the O’Reilly factor. Literally.
Also, Juan Williams made a rather “are-you-kidding-me” face when the host slammed his comments and analysis. Do not miss out on it!
The debate heated up and the viewers were sort of left confused on what was the conclusion of it all. You can watch O’Reilly vs. Juan Williams in the video above and tell us (though we know) who made more sense and who made more noise.