Bill O'Reilly talked about it.Hannity, for his part, seems to be under the impression that Oprah threatened to personally knock off elderly racists one by one, which for a movement still convinced that Obama is secretly raising an army of black people is probably not much more of a stretch.
Mark Levin freaked out about it.
"The Five" went on multiple rants.
Our favorite thing, though, is this "Hannity" commercial, which basically makes Oprah seem like the second coming of Freddy Krueger:
This is just a thought, but it seems to me that people who were not racist are just not as prone to getting worked up about people talking about racism as racists are. Conversely, breaking out in network hives whenever someone brings the subject up is probably not the best way to show you understand the topic. The network push against Oprah might also have something to do with the White House awarding her the Medal of Freedom for her achievements; it seems many in the network get very worked up when black Americans visit the White House.
Just sayin', Fox News. Just sayin'.