WaPo Op-Ed: Trump Blocking Me on Twitter Is ‘What Dictators and Fascists Do’
O’Reilly regaled how she loves to tweet at the president to vent about her feelings. “It takes about five minutes out of my day to reply, and it makes me feel better knowing that this narcissistic, egomaniacal, misogynistic, xenophobic nightmare of a POTUS can read how I feel about him,” she wrote.
That all changed when she was blocked by Trump in May. “This is an elected official trying to silence an entire sector of the dissenting populace,” O’Reilly argued. “This is what dictators and fascists do. This isn’t what we do here in America.”