Stephen Colbert and Bill O’Reilly Discuss The Political Response To Orlando

Stephen Colbert and Bill O’Reilly Discuss The Political Response To Orlando

The host of The O’Reilly Factor critiques the government’s response to the Orlando shootings, and examines statements offered by the presidential candidates.

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20 Responses

  1. Joseph Johnson says:

    No one wants to applaud destroying ISIS and saving Syrians?

    Was this filmed in Pakistan?

  2. Hamad Abdulsalam says:

    Nice debate

  3. Robert Herrera says:

    100% Will Bill on this one.

  4. Edward Terry says:

    Every once in a while, Bill say’s something rational. This is one of those
    times. He got a little smug about it, but his point was 100% valid.

  5. stone1andonly says:

    I’m sure that the moment someone shoots O’Reilly is the moment when Bill
    has a revelation about gun control.

  6. Roberto Hernandez says:

    Bill might be the first republican in this election other than Paul Ryan
    that I could consider representing the republican party in this coming

  7. Frieda Adkins says:

    Hmmm…interesting choice of words. Declaration of War, by O’Reilly’s own
    admittance, was a mistake the last time, but he supports doing it again?
    He also admits that a Declaration of War would not stop lone gunmen, and
    yet he all for it. What’s really his agenda towards Muslims? “Annihilate”
    the enemy and then leave? Didn’t we do that before, too, and isn’t that
    what gave rise to Al Qaeda? “The ‘war’ is over when the level of terrorism
    goes down…” Well, that’s a head-scratcher, there! I’m not even going to
    get into his whitewashing of Trumps’ showboating and his subtle degrading
    of Clinton…err…”Mrs” Clinton. I thought with age, came wisdom, but
    nope…just senility for “Mr” O’Reilly.

  8. Danny Puran says:

    Lmao I’ve never seen anyone school Colbert before. This episode was so

  9. Cole Hunter says:

    Stephen: “If you contain evil, can it destroy itself?”
    Bill: “No, I mean, unless you’re Plato.”

    Gotta give Bill credit; a perfect response to a mindless question.

  10. Da Da says:

    Sounds like the military complex is itching for a new war, either in Syria
    or in Iran. Perpetual war. Better just abandon the middle east, let them
    fight it off among themselves, and seal the borders in EU and USA from
    Muslim migration until this craziness passes.

  11. KSI says:

    Americans forget the fact that it’s not the 17th century

  12. Alejandro Tristan says:

    Man people here hear him and think he sounds reasonable……but is because
    you re not thinking things through:

    – Declare war, mobilise Nato and put justice as a military issue.
    – He wants to destroy Isis through Nato, including storming Syria, to
    “protect people in the US, Europe and Syria”
    – The you don’t stay there but give the reins of the country to whoever you
    think is trustworthy

    That is not understanding anything, in Islam there are two major groups
    Sunni and Chia and they converge in Syria as they do in Iraq this belief
    divide has for years percolated into political leadership and now is a
    divide that is there subjacent. The extremists or Salafi movement are
    extreme Sunni. So you go annihilate this movement and then you create a
    vacuum for this two sides along with there extreme sides to retake power.
    Is Iraq all over again, this is just what created ISIL, so the strategy
    goes more to trace back who are the singing voices in the Sunni and Chia
    sides, Saudi Arabia and Iran respectively and try a side deescalation by
    bringing them to the table and conciliating. You can not handpick a
    suitable partner without making the other one completely angry you have to
    build a bridge between their beliefs not pretend that you can cut a head
    and that other ones will not spur out……Come on, religion wars have been
    fought since forever and is only by conciliation that conflict has truly

  13. CartoonCritic says:

    didnt we already declare war on terror?

  14. Little Bear says:

    Stephen’s facepalm…PRICELESS.

  15. 55TheInTIMidator55 says:

    “Mental health is an excuse.”-Bill O’Reilly
    What an idiot.

  16. Jim Brown says:

    That’s too much effort, money being spent, lives being lost, etc. I like
    Donald Trump’s idea better. Put a temporary ban on people coming from
    specific countries coming out of the middle east. Easy and effective. Our
    economy is on the verge of another bubble being popped. The news channels
    aren’t talking about this but look what is happening before our eyes.
    Housing is way too expensive, businesses are firing employees, jobs are
    moving to other countries. The bubble is about to burst again.

  17. it'sdom says:

    “Destroy evil” O’Reilly says. Even though to destroy is to kill, hurt,
    harm=evil. Typical politician. SMH

  18. John Erickson says:

    I’m not a republican but bill won that plain and simple. Don’t bitch about
    “his annoying voice” as an excuse and say he’s delusional without anything
    to back that up with.

  19. Stardust Particle 117 says:

    So basically he’s saying let’s do more war, so we can have less terrorism.
    Essentially do what we’ve been doing for a century…

  20. Edward Donaghue says:

    Omar Mateen was a gay man. He frequented gay clubs, used gay apps, soought
    gay companionship and gay sex. He was also a heavy drinker and drug user.
    This is not a jihadi terrorist. This was man raised by a strict, deeply
    homophobic father and encouraged to get married and have children.
    Unable to satisfy his wife and protect his family from his violent,
    controlling pathology, and after being divorced by his wife, he turned to
    religion to take back control. Claiming affiliation to ISIS was how he
    declared his commitment to Allah.
    This was a homophobic hate massacre by a lone wolf. He tried to destroy the
    only community that had or could ever accept him. He was a deeply broken
    man, and the more we turn him into a monster, the less we will learn from
    this tragedy.