It appears that former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is still very much in the news game, even though the once cable news giant is no longer in the mainstream, thanks to those same sinister allegations that can easily destroy a career without actually providing proof of sexual impropriety.

O’Reilly appearing last week on Glenn Beck’s radio show confirmed once again that he is in possession of an audio tape regarding a lawyer offering a bribe of $200,000 to a woman if she would file a sexual harassment claim against then-presidential candidate Trump.

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This story first surfaced in October of this year that O’Reilly had a secret tape of a conversation between an attorney and a woman being offered money if she would fabricate a sexual misconduct claim, however it’s not clear if she was one of the actual women who publicly accused the president months before the November 8th election, when a bevy of women suddenly appeared on the scene with feminist attorney Gloria Allred.

O’Reilly also revealed to Newsmax additional details of what he said was “shocking” efforts to attack President Trump’s reputation.

Moreover, investigators working for the former host of the “O’Reilly Factor” had uncovered the audio recording of “an anti-Trump attorney” offering the unidentified woman the bribe.

The stunning revelation on Monday to Newsmax regarding the tape has wide-ranging implications if true.

“It exists,” O’Reilly said. “We have urged the person who has the tape to hand it over to the U.S. attorney; because my investigative team believes there are three separate crimes on the audio tape.”

O’Reilly acknowledged to Newsmax that his attorneys have listened to the tape and that he (O’Reilly) is not in possession of the recording, but the conversation is believed to have taken place before last year’s presidential election.

The former Fox host also hinted this information regarding the tape also raises the wider issue regarding his own situation and those allegations made against him regarding the claims of sexual harassment, which destroyed his 20 plus year career at Fox.

“It’s related to my situation,” O’Reilly insists, “and when the tape emerges, you will see why. I can’t say any more than that, but it is related to my situation.”

Do you believe there’s a hidden network of individuals on the radical left bribing woman to claim sexual misconduct, with the sole agenda of taking down conservatives, and perhaps even a president?

Source: Newsmax

 
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