Ever since Bill O'Reilly was forced out of Fox News over the summer, the former network host has remained mostly out of the spotlight. After he was brought back into headlines this week, O'Reilly decided to express his anger at "God" for his sexual harassment scandal being made public.

"The View" on O'Reilly

For over two decades, Bill O'Reilly was a mainstay on the conservative Fox News Channel, helping propel the network to become the number one cable news station in the world. With O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, and others anchoring primetime, Fox News became the go-to network for anyone holding political beliefs right of center.

Whether it was harping on the Bill Clinton impeachment, defending George W. Bush for the Iraq War, targeting Barack Obama for eight years, or standing up for Donald Trump, the hosts on Fox News have been there as a light of hope for those in the right-wing of the country. However, in recent years, scandal and rumors have taken their toll on the network, with former CEO and founder Roger Ailes having to step down over his own sexual harassment scandal. Similar issues have plagued various stars on the network, with O'Reilly being at the top of the list. The trouble for the former star got even worse this week when the New York Times reported that O'Reilly reached a $32 million settlement with one of his accusers just prior to signing off on his most recent deal with Fox News.

As expected, O'Reilly pushed back and put partial blame on "God," which was highlighted with humor on the October 24 edition of "The View."

During the Tuesday edition of "The View," host Whoopi Goldberg played a clip from Bill O'Reilly's video podcast "No Spin News," where the former host on Fox News lashed out at "God." "Am I made at God?

Yeah I'm mad at him," O'Reilly said. When the clip finished and cut back to the hosts, the panel couldn't stop laughing. "That's what you're gonna say to God, Bill?" co-host Whoopi Goldberg said while laughing.

"$32 million, which is around the same amount that O.J.

Simpson paid the Goldman family for murdering two people," co-host Meghan McCain pointed out, before asking fellow host and lawyer Sunny Hostin how bad the allegations must have been to agree to such a large settlement. "Allegedly, for Bill O'Reilly to pay $32 million...that must have been some sort of activity," Hostin said.

Double down

"He says he is made at God," co-host Joy Behar chimed in, before adding, "God is mad at you!" Whoopi Goldberg concluded the segment by giving Bill O'Reilly some advice for how he should handle himself moving forward. "Don't blame God," Goldberg said, before adding, "Take a look in the mirror and say 'You know what, what I did was dumb and I shouldn’t do it anymore.'"