O'Reilly on MMFA 's Brock: "That's just Joseph Goebbels Nazi stuff."
After a caller alleged that Media Matters for America President and CEO David Brock had "slandered" FOX News Channel host Bill O'Reilly  during Brock's September 13 appearance on CNBC's Capital Report , O'Reilly dismissed the caller's concern, saying, "That's just Joseph Goebbels Nazi stuff."
From the September 14 broadcast of The Radio Factor with Bill O'Reilly :
CALLER: Hi, Bill. Hi, E.D. [Hill , O'Reilly's co-host] Great show today.
O'REILLY: Thank you.
CALLER: You want some information on someone who's slandered you -- Brock on the Capital Report Monday.
O'REILLY: Yeah, I mean, but we don't care about him. I mean --
CALLER: I mean, he drove me crazy 'cause --
O'REILLY: Don't even -- look. Don't waste your time on that kind of stuff.
CALLER: Yeah, OK. I agree. I agree.
O'REILLY: All right. That's just Joseph Goebbels Nazi stuff.
CALLER: All right. Absolutely.
O'REILLY: Right. So don't even what -- don't even -- OK.
Following is the portion of Brock's appearance on Capital Report  in which he mentioned O'Reilly. Brock's interlocutors were his fellow guest, Brookings Institution senior fellow emeritus Stephen Hess , and show co-anchors Gloria Borger  and Alan Murray :
BORGER: OK. I want to play for all of you something that Bill O'Reilly, obviously a FOX News anchor, said about this Carville-Begala flap. [James Carville and Paul Begala, co-hosts of CNN's Crossfire ]
O'REILLY [clip from the September 7 edition of FOX News Channel's The O'Reilly Factor ]: If me and Dick Morris [critic, author, and FOX News Channel political analyst] signed on for the Bush campaign tomorrow, the press would go crazy. They'd go through the roof. Yet Begala and Carville can do it on CNN and you did -- not one article or one reference in the elite media, which shows you how hypocritical they are.
MURRAY: All right. That's wrong on both counts, isn't it?
BROCK: Sure, it is. I mean, that's apples and oranges. I mean, the media -- it would be a big story if Bill O'Reilly --
MURRAY: Well, we --
BROCK: -- signed up with Bush because --
MURRAY: Well, we did when Roger Ailes [FOX News Channel chairman and CEO] was sending memos to the Bush administration.
BROCK: That's absolutely right. And, you know, O'Reilly poses as a no-spin zone. He says he's on your side; he says he's an Independent. So it would be a big story if he signed up with the Bush campaign, no question.
HESS: Yeah, sure. I think the -- O'Reilly is one of these commentators. He gets paid a lot of money to have a point of view; people who like it listen to it and it's very clear-cut. I don't think there's any distinction.