BREAKING: Bill O’Reilly OFFICIALLY FIRED – Look Who’s Replacing Him…

I am really said because Bill O’Reilly is going to leave Fox News. The liberal leftists used their power to make this man suffer because he exposed too much.

Sexual harassment- he is still innocent until it’s proved otherwise. However, the media doesn’t work this way. Fox News had to take care because someone works to ruin the reputation of this channel and shut it down.

Bill O’Reilly got some bad news this month when it was revealed that numerous women have accused him of sexual harassment over the years, and that both he and Fox News have paid out $13 million to his accusers since 2002.  Since then, over 90 companies have pulled their advertisements from The O’Reilly Factor.

Daily Mail reported that new reports are coming in that O’Reilly has officially been dropped by Fox News, and executives are already trying to figure out who his replacement will be. The decision was reportedly made by Rupert Murdoch after he was pressured to get rid of O’Reilly by his sons, James and Lachlan. The popular O’Reilly Factor host had signed a $20 million-a-year contract just weeks before his termination.

The top three choices to replace O’Reilly are reportedly hosts Eric Bolling, Dana Perino, and Tucker Carlson.

Bolling has been with Fox News since 2007 and is currently a co-host on The Five. Perino once served as the White House Press Secretary for George W. Bush and has been with Fox since 2009 and co-hosts The Five while also acting as a political commentator.

Carlson joined Fox News in 2009 and took over Megyn Kelly’s time slot earlier this year with his show Tucker Carlson Tonight. The program has been a massive hit in the ratings, so he’s likely the contender for the new face of Fox News.

H/T Truth Monitor

What do you think people: WHO IS THE BEST CANDIDATE TO TAKE BILL O’REILLY’S PLACE IN FOX NEWS? WHO DO YOU WANT TO SEE? If you’re asking me, I would have kept the good old Bill, but I am not the CEO of FOX News… I hope he is innocent and he is going to continue his career somewhere else after he proves his innocence.