Eric Bolling Storms Out Of Live Interview: “Because I’m White You Think I’m Racist? That’s BS!”

(Republican Party News) – Politics in America have become volatile. The left, for years, has insisted that everything is about race and they’re not backing down.

Nowadays it’s racist just to be white in America. Of course, nobody born white made the decision to be born white just the same as people of any other ethnicity.

Nonetheless, the radical left has made white people the enemies and the oppressors of all other races. Unfairly so, we might add.

The recent election integrity laws passed in the state of Georgia has caused major controversy especially among Corporate America. The left, accompanied by their corporate cronies, are claiming that the new laws, which include stricter voter ID laws, are “racist.”

We all know that’s complete and utter nonsense but leftists are stuck on this worn out narrative.

Former Fox News personality Eric Bolling stormed out of a BBC interview after the other guest, a radical liberal, asserted that he doesn’t care about black people because he’s a conservative white man.

The rhetoric is absolutely appalling. When liberals don’t like the truth and reality being spoken by conservatives they just throw out all sense and reason and play the race card.

The “Newsnight” interview focused on the recent election laws passed in Georgia and Bolling attempted to explain how the MLB, in taking an alleged stand for black people, actually ended up hurting black-owned businesses by moving the All-Star game out of Atlanta.

He pointed out that Atlanta’s population is 50% black while Denver, Colorado, where the All-Star game has been moved to, is only 9.7% black.

By moving the game out of Atlanta the MLB is effectively only hurting the black community who would have benefitted from the business brought in by the game.

When faced with facts and reality, however, liberals tend to snap and Aisha Mills was no exception.

While Bolling was presenting these facts, CNN and MSNBC political commentator Aisha Mills attempted to interrupt him and cut him off but Bolling was permitted to finish by the show’s host.

He went on to point out how even radical voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams and two Democrat Senators from the Peach state have spoken out against the move by the MLB and acknowledged the harm it will actually do to black communities.

When the host turned back to Mills for a response, Mills had nothing intelligent or worthwhile to discuss and instead of admitting that Bolling made a valid point, she whipped out the race card.

“I think it’s really rich for any Republican, especially a white man, to run around and claim they care about the economic condition of black communities and black businesses when that’s all a lie. Okay?”

At this point Bolling became clearly and justifiably agitated. He tried to interject that Mills doesn’t know him and said her claim was both “insulting and not fair.”

Mills, however, continued her racist diatribe saying, “…how dare you try to act like you are somehow a proponent of black people in businesses just to make a point and to try to create a wedge. It’s ignorant and it’s just disrespectful.”

At that point Bolling had understandably had enough and instead of attempting to continue the discussion, which would have gone nowhere with someone like Mills, he called her assertions “disgusting” and said he is “nowhere near anything you’re painting me to be.”

Before leaving he noted that Mills thinks she can just assert that he’s racist simply because he’s a white man.

The host attempted to get him to stay, which he did momentarily, but said he needed an apology and naturally Mills refused to provide one so he left for good.

This is really the only way to handle this kind of absurd and destructive rhetoric. When white people are called racists by woke black liberals, it’s time to shut them down and walk away.

These conversations accomplish nothing positive for anyone.

Copyright 2021.


  1. All law-abiding U.S. citizens (not serving time for a felony), and of adult age have the right to vote. Registration is merely a process of weeding out everybody else. Information about anybody who wants to vote is needed for this process, to establish individual personal identity and citizenship. This covers all individuals of all group identities. For all to have equal access to voting, law must make it equally easy for everybody to do their part in establishing this information whether they are rich or poor, etc., and polling places must be appropriately located. Does the new Georgia law accomplish all this, with no other provisions messing it up? If it does, the MLB had nothing to complain about, but, as a private entity, it had the right to move the ALL Star game. Maybe others can sue it for breach of contract.

    As for the dispute between Eric Bolling and Aisha Mills, bigots, racist-sexists like Ms. Mills must be immediately cancelled.

  2. No one has shown me how anyone is restricting or preventing anyone from their right to vote. I wish someone could help me to understand that. Like so many other people I am so tired of anything that someone does not like the sound of, they are called racist. Like so many African Americans, they refuse to admit or even consider that they are more racists than anyone. They publicly proclaim to kill all white people. Now if you don’t think that’s racist, you don’t know what racist means and should not ever use that word.
    Ms. Mills should be cancelled due to her having no correct knowledge of her subject matters.


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