In the middle of a stand up comedy set on Saturday, Fox News host Bill O’Reilly reportedly mocked the unrest in Baltimore sparked by protests over the death of 25-year-old black man Freddie Gray.
The bit was part of O’Reilly’s “Don’t Be A Pinhead Tour,” a traveling comedy show starring the Fox host and frequent “Factor” guest Dennis Miller. CNN reported from one of the duo’s stops in Westbury, NY.
O’Reilly apparently imitated the protestors, in voice that wasn’t his own, according to CNN.
“We need jobs. We need jobs down here. We need jobs,” O’Reilly said.
He then returned to his own voice, according to CNN: “OK, great. Let’s burn the CVS down. That’ll help out.”
O’Reilly also reportedly fired off joke about Hillary Clinton and impersonated a Chinese person.
The joke’s setup: The Chinese sent 2,000 pantsuits to the Clinton Foundation, which has been the subject of recent criticism over its foreign donations. To escape scrutiny, O’Reilly explained, the foundation sent the former secretary of state’s preferred attire back to Beijing.
He brought the joke home with yet another impersonation.
“We don’t want them back,'” O’Reilly said, Chinese accent and all. “‘They don’t fit anyone here in this country.'”
As for Miller, he took shots at House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), former Vice President Al Gore, and Bill Cosby. CNN reported that his Cosby joke — about the comedian passing out drugged drinks— didn’t land, drawing groans from the audience.
“You don’t want to defend him. Bad guy,” Miller said.
Watch a trailer of the tour: