Fox CEO Roger Ailes Death Literally A Murder Claims Bill O’Reilly: What Killed Him?

Updated On 20 May, 2017 Published On

FOX CEO, Roger Ailes death might have had many of the citizens take the breath of relief, but there is still one who is sick to his heart following the announcement of Roger's death, Bill O'Reilly.

Living and leading life at same professional stature at FOX, the friends had few more things in common; the sexual harassment charges. Well, Roger is no more and it's just been a day he died, with a dark spot lingering on his status. However, Bill recently took a stand to hit hard on American republicans claiming their hatred and their bogus allegation as the reason of Rogers death.



Bill O'Reilly on his podcast on Thursday mentioned:

"He died in a way that was heartbreaking. His departure from Fox News broke his heart."

On his column, O'Reilly went on to speak on a positive note about Roger, claiming him to be a person with agenda and purpose, and a "philosophy of life" that could never harm any individual. With an aching heart on a leash, he further mentioned that the "bluntness" and "brutal hatred" of people was what killed him.

And it was that bluntness that made his life difficult, as enemies accumulated — some armed with a brutal hatred.

 He further added:

"Roger Ailes experienced that hatred and it killed him. That is the truth. But he would not want to be remembered that way. He did both good and bad in his life and in that, he has something in common with every human being.


Video: Bill O'Reilly says 'hatred' brought down Roger Ailes?

Rest in peace Roger Ailes.