Pat Robertson has ominous warning about Fox and Eric Bolling [Video]

The treatment of  Eric Bolling by FOX News and the drive-by media have televangelist Pat Robertson re-evaluating his belief in conspiracy theories. Mr. Robertson goes over the attacks on Bill O’Reilly and Roger Allies and sheds some light on the attacks on Mr. Bolling. Who does he think is behind this latest attack? I was surprised. What do you think?



As Written By Sarah Taylor for The Blaze:

Pat Robertson — longtime televangelist who founded the Christian Broadcasting Network and former presidential candidate — weighed in Monday night on the recent allegations of sexual harassment levied against Fox News Network’s Eric Bolling.

Defending Bolling, Robertson suggested that a liberal conspiracy was at the heart of those bringing such allegations against those at Fox News.

Robertson bolstered his defense of Bolling and Fox News with comments that he’s “not a conspiracy theorist,” and noted that there is a way to destroy a company in a clandestine way.

“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 lineup of all the Fox hosts. Easy to do? Absolutely. Is it being done? Probably………..


Pat Robertson has ominous warning about Fox, Eric Bolling — and who he thinks is behind a conspiracy – TheBlaze

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