We know that Eric Bolling loves America because he sports a great, big flag pin and flies a great big flag at his million dollar Jersey Shore digs. We also know that he has never served in the military. But he's devoted to those in the military and, as such, he feels that Bruce Springsteen's and Eminem's performances, at a recent, nationally televised benefit concert for veterans, were insulting to vets. And so, last week, both entertainers were given the honor of being Bolling's "fool of the week."
Like Bill O'Reilly, Bolling's delicate sensibilities were offended by Eminem's use of language that, I suspect, is often heard in the hallowed halls of Fox News. He was also upset about Springsteen's performance of "Fortunate Son" which Bolling considers un-patriotic despite the reality that it's about the unfairness of a draft system that sent young working class men to their deaths in a lost cause while those with money and connections (Dick Cheney?) were exempted.
There is rich irony in Eric Bolling accusing anybody of being a fool. Amiright
Legitimate news organizations would never hire this no-talent clown. He’s a waste of 21st Century Fox payroll.
But not News Corp, their going to keep shoving him down the throats of millions of morons who tune into Fox.
Evidently Fox viewers have a desire to be subjected to Bolling verbal diarrhea and his intellect. Considering his IQ is lower than that of the gravel in your driveway (my most sincere apology to inorganic matter) they don’t expect much. Or maybe they just set the bar so damn low Bolliing is an upshot?