Bill O'Reilly's feud with "The View" didn't end after Thursday's broadcast.
On his prime time Fox News show, O'Reilly stuck to the declaration he made on the ABC daytime talk show Thursday, that "Muslims killed us on 9/11" -- a statement that prompted Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar to walk off "The View's" set.
"How did we get here?" he started. "Were we attacked by Japanese extremists? How did we get to this point? Now the poll I cited was taken by CNN in August. About 70 percent of Americans, as I said, agree with me on the ground zero mosque issue -- it's inappropriate.
"No one I know, no one, wants to insult Muslims," O'Reilly continued. "But almost everybody I know is tired of the political correctness surrounding the 9/11 attack. The truth is that if moderate Muslims all over the world would stand with America against radical Islam, the terrorists couldn't exist. But obviously, that is not happening. I am not in the business of sugar-coating harsh realities."
Meanwhile, Behar reasserted that O'Reilly was out of line on Thursday night's edition of "The Joy Behar Show," which airs on the Headline News Network.
"I was really angry. I thought O'Reilly was saying ... something I construe as hate speech, frankly," she said. "It upsets me, as you can see. To say Muslims killed us on 9/11, is like ... you could say that about any group, to lump an entire group like that."
While Behar refrained from personal attacks on O'Reilly, one of her guests, former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, didn't hesitate:
"I thought he was a spineless puke," Ventura said.
On Thursday, "The View's" usually heated discussion boiled over into a verbal brawl the likes of which the show hadn't seen in years.
O'Reilly, who came on the show to promote his new book, "Pinheads and Patriots: Where You Stand in the Age of Obama," was discussing President Obama's stance on Park51, a Muslim community center that is slated to be built two blocks from ground zero in Manhattan, when verbal hell broke loose.
"It's inappropriate because a lot of the 9/11 families who I know say, 'Look, I don't want that,'" O'Reilly said.
Behar countered, "This is America."
O'Reilly shot back, "Hold it, hold it -- listen to me, because you'll learn."
Boos erupted from "The View's" studio audience, and Behar called O'Reilly a pinhead while making a bunny-ears gesture behind his head. But O'Reilly plowed on, saying that "70 percent of Americans don't want that mosque down there."
When Behar asked, "Where's that poll?" O'Reilly didn't provide an answer. Instead, he offered a new reason for why he thinks that Park51 is inappropriate: "Because Muslims killed us on 9/11."
Goldberg spit out a phrase that was bleeped from the broadcast. Behar stood up and said, "I don't want to sit here. I don't." She walked off the stage, and Goldberg went with her.
"View" creator Barbara Walters tried to establish equilibrium after they left.
"I want to say something to all of you," she told the audience. "You have just seen what should not happen. We should be able to have discussions without washing our hands and screaming and walking offstage. I love my colleagues, but that should not have happened."