All week we’ve been documenting how Fox News is split on the issue of Pamela Geller. Megyn Kelly and Sean Hannity are firmly in her camp, while several of their colleagues (Bill O’Reilly, Greta Van Susteren, Geraldo Rivera, Juan Williams, and Martha MacCallum) aren’t quite on board with her tactics.
Well, Eric Bolling made his position on the matter quite clear today when he said everyone needs to stop freaking out about potentially “offending Muslims.”
He ended today’s Cashin’ In by pushing back against anyone saying Geller goes “too far,” because “free speech is protected no matter how inciting it may be.”
And Bolling was pretty damn serious about not giving a crap what anyone else thinks:
“We need to stop worrying how the rest of the world feels about us. We should make the rest of the world worry how we feel about them, and that includes radical Islam. And just in case they don’t get the free speech argument, may I suggest they not test our resolve lest they find themselves at the business end of an American’s Second Amendment right.”
Watch the video below, via Fox News:
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