Liberals and conservatives come together in solidarity to offer condolences to Eric Bolling

Liberals and conservatives come together in solidarity to offer condolences to Eric Bolling
Colleagues of Eric Bolling, both liberal and conservative, come together in solidarity to mourn with him and offer their condolences over the death of his only child. (Image via Facebook/Fox News)

It a rare scene of solidarity, media members from both political spectrums took time Saturday to offer their condolences to Eric Bolling after news broke of a terrible tragedy in his family.

It was revealed Saturday afternoon that Bolling’s only child, 19-year-old Eric Chase Bolling Jr., had died Friday night. Details surrounding the death are still unclear.

Bolling was a devoted family man. And prior to a sexual harassment scandal that led to his dismissal from Fox News on Friday, Bolling was an all-around popular political pundit. The devastating news led to droves of his colleagues to offer their condolences to his family on Saturday.

Fox News host Sean Hannity:

CNN anchor Don Lemon:

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway. President Donald Trump also retweeted this tweet from his personal Twitter account:

NBC News anchor Megyn Kelly:

Donald Trump Jr., son of the president:

Liberal Fox News political commentator:

CNN reporter Andrew Kaczynski:

Cenk Uygur, host of the Young Turks, the largest progressive online platform:

Fox News host Kat Timpf:

Former Hillary Clinton campaign staffer Peter Daou:

Liberal political commentator Bob Beckel:

Huffington Post/New York Magazine writer Yashar Ali:
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Actor James Woods:

Commentator Montel Williams:

“The View” co-host Jedediah Bila:

Former Fox and MSNBC host Greta Van Susteren:

These are just a few of what must be tens of thousands. A simple search on Twitter of “Eric Bolling” will produce a steady stream of condolences.

Bolling confirmed via Twitter Saturday afternoon the death of his son. He asked for prayers and said that despite media reports, there was no evidence that his son committed suicide. Bolling said an autopsy would be performed this week.

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