O’Reilly banned me for exposing terrorist and assassination chatter on his Web site

Apparently threatening to take a gun to Hillary Clinton and suggesting we burn down the US Capitol building is okay to post on Bill O’Reilly’s Web site, but complaining about those terrorist and assassination proposals gets your banned. Which brings into question just how serious Bill O’Reilly is about the death threats being posted on BillOReilly.com since an attempt to find those threats is cause for being banned. Where’s your free speech now, Bill?

Why are jetBlue and Home Depot insisting on supporting people who seem more concerned about liberals than they are terrorists? Perhaps you should ask them. Here is jetBlue’s contact:
[email protected]

Home Depot Web contact form.
Phone number 1-800-553-3199

Mailing address:
2455 Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30339

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