Bolling: Liberal Boycotts are ‘Economic Terrorism’

Eric Bolling, the third dumbest man on Fox News (Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade are pretty hard to top for utter cluelessness), is furious about calls to boycott businesses associated with Donald Trump because when liberals call for boycotts, that’s “economic terrorism.”

The progressive-hating gang on Fox News’ The Five absolutely lost it when New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the city is now reviewing its contracts with Donald Trump because of his “offensive and disgusting” comments about Mexican immigrants, that “When Mexico Sends Its People … They’re Bringing Drugs. They’re Bringing Crime. They’re Rapists.”

De Blasio’s actions – not Trump’s – left The Five co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle asking, “should government really be in the business of bullying over political correctness?”

Greg Gutfeld continued his over-the-top portrayal of a irascible truth-teller, saying de Blasio “is such an ass, he’s 45 percent crack,” and called the mayor a “barnacle of capitalism” who can only exist thanks to heroic figures like Donald Trump.

That’ when Bolling chimed in, complaining that, “MoveOn.org is petitioning to boycott Donald Trump’s products. They are economic terrorists.”

Hey, remember when Bolling slammed the American Family Association and all the other right-wing groups who call for boycotts on a daily basis against any company they think is too gay, or even not sufficiently pro-Christmas? Yeah, I don’t either.

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  • sabrekgb

    I thought economic terrorists were the ones that shopped at walmart…? Where else are you going to get toupe gel, 3 for $5?

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    Hey, remember when Bolling slammed the American Family Association and all the other right-wing groups who call for boycotts on a daily basis against any company they think is too gay, or even not sufficiently pro-Christmas? Yeah, I don’t either.

    Well, they would have advocated boycotting Trump for being insufficiently Christmas, but with Trump every day is Christmas. That’s how The Donald rolls.

  • llewelly

    Economic Terrorism: Terrorism that is economical, because no one is being killed.

  • dingojack

    Eric will, of course, show how he’s totally unafraid of ‘economic terrorism’ —

    by seeing a Disney movie.

    @@

    Dingo

  • colnago80

    Kimberly Guifoyle is the former wife of former San Francisco mayor and current California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom and was a lawyer before becoming a television personality. A road company Ann Coulter.

  • lorn

    Those are two words I never though to have referencing each other: hero and Donald Trump.

  • caseloweraz

    But… But… Trump renovated a skating rink in New York City! He built half the West Side Highway! How can DiBlasio be so ungrateful to this fine, upstanding, bigoted American?

    On a serious note: I’m older than Trump and I grew up 14 miles from NYC. The West Side Highway was there when I grew up. Trump may have funded some repairs on it, but he didn’t build it.

    It’s also worth noting (again) that the Fox folks support Republicans in Congress who do nothing about America’s decaying infrastructure. Praising Trump for his building projects in the Big Apple looks just a bit hypocritical of them.

  • Gvlgeologist, FCD

    When someone “petitions” for a boycott, exactly what happens? Do they actually collect signatures?

    I always thought that a “boycott” was just a decision by a number of people not to buy something, whether an item or a service, from someone who’s doing or did something that they don’t approve of. Maybe 20 years ago, I stopped buying Toshiba products because they sold US naval secrets to the Russkis. Was that “terrorism”? I’ve not been buying shrimp for the last several years because the fishing practices are environmentally disastrous – huge amounts of bycatch for wild caught, and a lot of the farmed shrimp cause environmental damage as well. I thought I was just standing on my principles.

    I had no idea I was such a dangerous individual. Hope I don’t get sent to Gitmo because of it.

  • busterggi

    Do boycotts even work anymore? It was one thing to physically not go to a business when that was the only way of dealing with one but with the net I don’t think it makes a difference, people shop whatever site is the cheapest.

  • jnorris

    Isn’t Glenn Beck (El Presidente for Life, Independence USA) going to boycott Disney because of a planned film about Chuck Darwin?

  • dan4

    “…he’s 45 percent crack,…” Huh?

  • tfkreference

    dan4 – what does an ass comprise in addition to buns and a hole?

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    tfkreference “dan4 – what does an ass comprise in addition to buns and a hole?”

    I don’t know. [comedy pause] What does an ass comprise in addition to buns and a hole?