Bill O'Reilly again went after MSNBC host Al Sharpton on Wednesday for "dishonestly" editing comments he made about Nelson Mandela and his "communist" ideology. O'Reilly claims Sharpton and his team egregiously edited out the context of his argument.
Now he's asking NBC News: "What are you going to do about Sharpton?"
The host said Sharpton is "obviously a dishonest person."
"It's insane what this guy is doing on NBC's air," O'Reilly added. "So far, NBC News has not answered the question."
Watch the full clip of O'Reilly's comments and compare them with Sharpton's edited version and decide for yourself if he was taken out of context:
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As TheBlaze previously reported, Sharpton and O'Reilly got into it earlier this year over a number of issues, including another case of alleged deceptive edits regarding the Fox News host's comments on a food stamp recipient. O'Reilly later called Sharpton out for doing a deal with the Lil' Wayne-linked company Cash Money Content, which he said distributes content harmful to children.
Finally, things got real personal in the feud between the two when O'Reilly revealed that Sharpton once asked him for money to benefit his broke Harlem charity a few years ago, which he says he did. O'Reilly said he spilled the beans after Sharpton attempted to paint him as a "racist."
“I never mentioned it, because it wasn’t necessary to mention it. But now it is. To prove exactly what kind of person Sharpton is,” he said at the time.