Last week, Eric Bolling asked when a person crosses a racial line or not? When is something racist or not? Eric addressed the inconvenient truth about Rep. Rashida Tlaib and Rep. Ilhan Omar and their claim that Israel banned them from entering.
Eric asserted that wearing a blackface and using the N-word is racist for sure, but some things are not so cut and dry.
"Is it racist to wear a sombrero on Cinco de Mayo?" Eric asked. "Is it racist for Elizabeth Warren to claim she is Cherokee Indian?"
According to Eric, neither wearing a sombrero on Cinco de Mayo nor Elizabeth Warren claiming to be Cherokee Indian are examples of racism. However, some believe the opposite to be accurate, so Eric will not be wearing a sombrero on May 5.
Eric explained that for some, a racial gray line does exist; however, not so gray is the line of what is and is not anti-Semitism when it comes to two Democratic congresswomen.
"Rep. Rashida Tlaib and Rep. Ilhan Omar have "pole-vaulted over the gray line of anti-Semitism," Eric said.
He explained that Tlaib and Omar were invited to join other Democratic members of Congress on a "fact-finding mission" in Israel one week before claims of Israel denying entry made headlines.
Eric explained how the two congresswomen sought travel to Israel in support a terrorist group on a mission to "ultimately tank Israel's economy."
"You had to see the mess of fiction over fact. It was a sight to be seen," Eric said. He went on to call the two congresswomen "fame hustlers" for jumping to defend Palestine over our only ally in the Middle East, Israel.
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