The same day that Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly went toe to cloven hoof over the Obama Administration’s White House invitation to rapper Common, Darryl W. Jackson, who served in the Bush Administration as an assistant secretary of commerce from 2005 to 2009 chimed in with his two cents. Luckily for us, the value of American currency is on the decline since his argument was basically a regurgitation of Fox News’ rhetoric. However, he did include one doozy worth noting.
How many times does Bill O’Reilly have to invite Jon Stewart on The O’Reilly Factor before he realizes that it is an exercise in futility. On Monday afternoon The O’Reilly Factor aired a prerecorded interview with both Stewart and O’Reilly in which the two discussed the outrage regarding the White House invitation extended to rapper Common who Fox News accuses of sympathizing with “cop killers.”
Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart will be appearing on Bill O’Reilly’s The O’Reilly Factor to defend of his statements that criticized Fox News’ coverage of rapper Common’s invitation to the White House this week. So we thought we would help out J-Stew by compiling a brief of exactly who Common is while also answering the looming critique O’Reilly poses about Common alleged support of two cop killers.