Bill O'Reilly is a moron. Fords Theatre flunks OReillys Lincoln book The National Park Service finds that the Fox host's best-selling new book is riddled with factual errors A reviewer for the official National Park Service bookstore at Fords Theatre has recommended that Bill OReillys bestselling new book about the Lincoln assassination not be sold at the historic site because of the lack of documentation and the factual errors within the publication. Rae Emerson, deputy superintendent at Fords Theatre, which is a national historic site under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service, has penned a scathing appraisal of OReillys Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever. In Emersons official review, which Ive pasted below, she spends four pages correcting passages from OReillys book before recommending that it not be offered for sale at Fords Theatre because it is not up to quality standards. For example, Killing Lincoln makes multiple references to the Oval Office; in fact, Emerson points out, the office was not built until 1909. At one point OReilly writes of generals Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee, The two warriors will never meet again. In fact, according to the review, Grant and Lee met for a second time in 1865 to discuss prisoners of war. The book says that Fords Theatre burned to the ground in 1863. In fact, the fire was in 1862, according to the review. Ive reached out to OReillys publisher, Henry Holt, for comment, and I will update this post when I hear back.