Eric Bolling, a former Fox News host, just took a stand for all of us by standing up in the middle of a BBC interview and walking off the stage.
Another guest on the show, Aisha Mills, said Eric’s “concern” for black communities was a ruse on Wednesday.
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Mills said, “I think it’s very rich for any Republican, particularly a white man, to go around claiming they care about the economic status of Black communities and Black businesses when that’s all a lie.”
The remarks were made as the group was debating the proposed voter integrity law in Georgia.
After Bolling claimed that MLB had harmed minorities and minority-owned companies in Atlanta by shifting the All-Star Game to Denver, which he claimed has a smaller Black population, Mills made the allegations.
Bolling seemed enraged after Mills pressed her case, claiming that he was only using Black people and companies to make a point and was trying to drive a wedge between them.
Bolling said, “That’s gross.” “I’m done. This has turned me off. That’s revolting. I am not at all who you portray me to be, and that is precisely the issue with American politics. You think I’m racist because I’m white? That’s nonsense. “I’m finished.”
Bolling was about to leave when the host asked him to stay, but he said he’d stay if he got an apology. Mills replied, “I’m not going to apologize for offending you.”
Bolling then said, “I’m finished,” and ended the interview.
There is no reason why any conservative should entertain the left’s divisive, nasty, and over-played line of thought and messaging.
Walking away and leaving them with egg on their faces is the only way to shut it down.
Since arguing is pointless.
Everyone is a “racist,” and no amount of talking can persuade them otherwise…
So just avoid giving their statement “oxygen.”