The advertiser defection continues for “The O’Reilly Factor” in light of the fresh allegations that Bill O’Reilly sexually harassed women and that Fox News paid out millions to victims on the low. As of today, at least 52 companies – including Mercedes-Benz, Allstate, BMW, T. Rowe Price, and Lexus – had pulled their ads from Bill’s show. So far, Bill himself hasn’t addressed any of the allegations, and Donald Trump defended him, calling a “good person.” The exodus because of sexual harassment allegations is raising the once unthinkable question...can he survive at the FOX NEWS CHANNEL where his show hauls in close to $175 million in advertising bucks. We're talking some pretty high profile that have bailed so far including Mercedes Benz, Bayer and All State, twenty advertisers in all. And here's the worst part for O'Reilly, the companies appear to be acting on their own, to the surprise of advocacy groups that usually orchestrate such boycotts. Ending O'Reilly's show WITHOUT evidence could ignite a major backlash among his fans. Ultimately, Rupport Murdoch and his sons to decide whether O'Reilly has become a liability.. The Murdoch's usually act quickly  with the sentimentality of Caligula. Money talks, and I doubt FOX's cash cow will become a sacrificial lamb.

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