Former Fox News Host STORMS OUT of Interview After Georgia Voting Law Debate Turns Sour
This turned bad fast! But he did the right thing and he has a point.
Eric Bolling, who is a former Fox News host as well as a political commentator recently did an interview with BBC on the topic of the new Georgia election integrity bill as well as how certain corporations like Coca-Cola and Delta have responded to it. Also, they talk about how the MLB pulled the All-Star games out of Georgia and moved it to Colorado.
The interview turned headed after political commentator Aisha Mills turned it into a race issue and accused Bolling of being racist.
“Here’s what they did to the African American community and minority businesses in Atlanta, in Cobb County,” Bolling said, speaking of the actions of the political Left and numerous corporations. “They took $100 million of revenue. They took 8,000 booked hotel rooms, and they moved them out of the state and put them in a state and a city with far less diversity than [Atlanta].”
Then, as a black liberal typically does, she went and made it about race.
“I think it’s really rich for any Republican, especially a white man, to run around and claim that they care about the economic condition of black communities and black businesses when that’s all a lie,” Mills responded.
Bolling quickly fired back after this seeming accusation of racism. “That’s not fair. That’s insulting and not fair. You don’t know me, you don’t know who I am.”
I promise you these people don’t even know how to think anymore. All they are capable of doing is spouting off rhetoric that they are being fed from the radical left in the mainstream media.
I won’t go into the rant in full, but you can watch it here, it’s definitely worth seeing.
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Political commentators @AishaMoodMills and @ericbolling debate ⬇️ #Newsnight pic.twitter.com/LoH3MNdPnh
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) April 7, 2021
However, the thing that I do want to point out is what he actually said at the beginning of the interview.
He said that for years, liberals have used certain weapons against us such as boycotting and such while conservatives have generally stayed away from that. I think it’s time to start fighting fire with fire. We need to start employing the same tactics against them that they’ve used against us, because right now, we’re losing that fight.