Fox News host Bill O’Reilly said he’d like to “cut the middle man” from grocery shopping.
“The thing about the middle men, I don’t like them,” O’Neil said.
“I’d like for the government to be in charge of this, and I’d like them to tell the supermarket guys to give the groceries to the supermarkets.”
O’Neil’s suggestion: Let the government oversee grocery shopping for grocery stores.
The Fox News panelist made his remarks during a segment on Thursday about the state of American politics.
O’Reilly is a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump and a regular contributor to his weekly Fox News program, The O’Reillys.
He has also appeared on other conservative shows, including Fox & Sean Hannity.
Ongoing debates between the two men have caused a stir on social media, as they often disagree on topics.
O’Neill has also spoken out against his former employer, the conservative news website Breitbart News.
On Friday, O’Neal was quoted as saying that Trump “should resign” over the release of a 2005 recording of the president making lewd comments about women.