Pat Robertson weighed in on the recent sexual harassment allegations against Fox News host Eric Bolling.
Robertson believes this latest effort to oust Bolling is tied to Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity.
This is all part of a bigger scheme to undermine Fox News, their popular conservative voices and ultimately destroy the network.
The left has used the “smear campaign” tactic against conservatives in the media for a long time, and to much success.
By labeling conservative men in the media as sexual deviants, the left knows they can brutally destroy them, and have used the approach to silence many of their strongest enemies.
From The Blaze
“If you wanted to destroy the Fox News, you really wanted to destroy them, what would you do?” Robertson asked.
“Well you would send some salacious material, ostensibly from one of their popular co-hosts or hosts and you’d send it out and then get it publicized and then you have some woman complain that she had gotten this salacious material from this co-host and then she would come to Fox, and Fox is so averse to any kind of legal action that they would immediately take the person off the air, so before long you would have decimated the prime time line up of all the Fox hosts. Easy to do? Absolutely. Is it being done? Probably.”
Robertson continued, “The latest attack is against a guy named Eric Bolling, who I think is a straight arrow. He was on this program, he’s a dedicated Catholic, goes to mass every day, very nice man. They’ve pulled him off the air because someone sent some pictures ostensibly over his name.”
Robertson then compared the treatment of Bolling to that of Bill O’Reilly and Roger Ailes.
“[T]hey got rid of O’Reilly who was the top getting of audience, the most popular host they had, of course they got rid of Roger Ailes the architect who put it all together,” Robertson mused. “It’s so easy to do now. I’m not a conspiracy theorist but it’s so easy to see what’s being done. I think it’s a terrible shame. Fox had better sync up, gird up their loins; people are going after them. Anybody can send a salacious piece of literature.”
— Yashar Ali (@yashar) August 8, 2017
Sources: NY Magazine, The Blaze, and Truthfeed