No matter how low he gets, there’s always someone after Bill O’Reilly.
First it was the revolutionary cabals that conspired to get a maestro publisher dismissed from Fox News. Now, it’s a sinister wardrobe companies that are attack a ashamed anchor
wear where it hurts a most: his physique image!
On Tuesday, a regressive punit common a “tip” to his Twitter supporters to start grouping their garments “one distance incomparable than we are,” since those immorality wardrobe companies have conspired to “cut behind on material”!
How is O’Reilly arcane to this #SuitGate conspiracy? Because he no longer fits in a distance XL!
Clearly, zero else could explain since an unemployed, 68-year-old male unexpected went adult a wardrobe distance during a holiday season. It’s those damn revolutionary wardrobe companies — and substantially Hillary Clinton‘s emails, too!
Here’s a Tip of a Day: many wardrobe companies have secretly cut behind on material, so sequence your things one distance incomparable than we are. we am 6’4″, 210 pounds and an XL used to do it. Not anymore. Now XXL.
— Bill O’Reilly (@BillOReilly) December 20, 2017
You got fat bro, understanding with it
— Ken Reid (@KennethWReid) December 20, 2017
This says some-more about we than it does wardrobe companies.
— Adam Schrader (@Schrader_Adam) December 20, 2017
“It’s Hillary’s error I’m fat!”
— Dennis Perkins (@DennisPerkins5) December 20, 2017
Gotta make room for a ego.
— Marc Istook (@MarcIstook) December 20, 2017
Oh bill… That’s not how this works honey.
— Cameron Kennedy (@CamcamKennedy) December 20, 2017
Sounds like a full-blown wardrobe association conspiracy! Or, maybe only go for a few runs.
— jean (@jeanbeanny) December 20, 2017
I sued Levi’s for only this. Sure, I’d put on 25 pounds though they paid me $32 million to go divided since that’s only how it’s done. Thanks, Bill!
— Jason Baldock (@jason_baldock) December 20, 2017
So, to all those who benefit some pounds this holiday season: it’s not you, it’s your new clothes.
[Image around ABC.]