Bill O'reilly's show the factor will feature me speaking about Ozzy's family values and engaging O'Reilly in a debate on the Beatles' involvement in JFK assasination
O'Reilly: My guest tonight. Chris Speers? He is the author of a new book....Exposed: THe Beatles murdered JFK
Camera focusing in on the book. The book's cover is a picture of the four Beatles in Collar-less suits with thin ties circa 1963 with a picture of JFK at Love Field in Dalls with Jackie positioned right next to it.
O'Reilly: Mr. Speers...I gotta tell you..Your theories are out there..Let me ask you..You really believe the original lyrics to She loves you, yeah, yeah, yeah was actually "We shot JFK...yeah, yeah, yeah"....
O'Reilly: and this boy..."This boy" was written for JFK, Junior in light of his father's death..
Speers: THe BEatles were so sadden by the funeral. They composed a soft ballad to comfort the PResident's son...It speaks volumes for their creativity...but it speaks volumes for their immoral and depraved indifference to human life...Especially PResident Kennedy..
O'Reilly: You really think Lennon was feeling guilty about killing kenendy and that's why he wrote Help
Speers: Help is a direct plea of Lennon's guilt over the murder of the PResident. Once, he saw Lyndon Johnson's liberal domestic policies and soft approach to communism in Cuba- he realized he made a mistake..
O'Reilly..And John Lennon wrote a song called "All I've gotta do" which is a detailed description of the Beatles impilicit involvement in killing JFK, wounding Governor COnnally, and framing Lee Harvey Oswald...
Speers: It's all in the music...It says it all...
O'Reilly: I have to tell you... Three words..
Speers: What's that?
O'Reiily: you are nuts...You are a psycho..
Speers: Bill...Who had the most to gain from President Kennedy's death? Huh..Who? It was the Beatles...It was the Beatles..
O'Reilly: John Lennon couldn't even control his wife. How could he have run a nefarious and highly detailed assasination plot? Huh - it's ridiculous...
Speers: The Beatles were brilliant musicians, outstanding craftsman, and highly intelligent and witty Englishmen who when applying their skills were highly effective..
O'Reilly: last word, Mr. Speers?
Speers: Don't forget, Bill, Entertainers are known to be career anarchists. Look at John Wilkes Boothe, an actor who killed a PResident and remade American history as we know it. He was like a little nothing second rate washed-up has been Entertainer. Yet, he brought this country to its knees. And why not the Beatles? They could have done it and best of all they almost got away with it
O'Reilly: Up next..Ozzie Osbourne and Luther Vandross on raising children and admitting their senstive sides..Coming up...Father of the year Tommie Lee on parenting