Former Fox News star Bill O’Reilly took to Twitter on Monday to let his 2.3 million-plus followers know that his corgi, Holly O’Reilly, was not a fan of those choosing to kneel for the national anthem.“Holly would never take a knee during the National Anthem even if she had knees,” O’Reilly tweeted, offering a link to a shot of the short-legged Holly on his Instagram.Holly would never take a knee during the National Anthem even if she had knees. Check her out on Instagram: https://t.co/XG5no0xXb0 pic.twitter.com/Rcv6Fks00V– Bill O’Reilly (@billoreilly) October 16, 2017The position — unsurprisingly — mirrors that of O’Reilly himself on the matter.
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