‘Because I’m White, You Think I’m Racist? That’s BS.’ Eric Bolling Slams Debate Opponent During BBC Discussion On Georgia Election Integrity

‘Because I’m White, You Think I’m Racist? That’s BS.’ Eric Bolling Slams Debate Opponent During BBC Discussion On Georgia Election Integrity


Eric Bolling decided to walk away from a controversial debate on BBC News on Wednesday after another guest described his comments as “disrespectful,” and that it was “really rich” for “a white man” to “run around and claim they care about the economic condition of black communities and black businesses.”

BBC News anchor Emily Maitlis was moderating a discussion between the former Fox News host and political commentator Aisha Mills on the subject of Georgia’s election integrity bill, and the corporations who have pulled their businesses out of the state in response.

As a controversial new voting law in the US state of Georgia is passed, companies are under pressure. But should corporations take a stand when it comes to social and political issues?

Political commentators @AishaMoodMills and @ericbolling debate ⬇️ #Newsnight pic.twitter.com/LoH3MNdPnh

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— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) April 7, 2021

“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

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