Former Fox News anchor Eric Bolling suffered every parent’s worst nightmare when his 19-year-old son, Eric Chase Bolling, mysteriously died this week.
Police are investigating the cause of death. Eric Jr., who was a student at the University of Colorado at Boulder, was found dead in his bed at his apartment on September 8. The shocking news came just hours after Bolling was fired by Fox News amid sexual harassment allegations.
Initial reports claimed the teen committed suicide from a possible drug overdose, but Bolling said the cause of death is still unknown. Eric Jr. was said to be extremely upset over his dad’s firing.
“There is no sign of self harm at this point,” Bolling tweeted. “Autopsy will be next week. Please respect our grieving period.”
While Bolling’s legion of loyal fans and friends expressed condolences over the loss of his only child, soulless liberals gleefully celebrated the tragedy.
Before the body of young Eric Jr. has turned cold, evil leftists gloated that his grieving father “deserved” this. What kind of vile human being thinks such things — let alone says them out loud?
“Your son deserved death,” one person tweeted, with a sick smiley face.
Oh now YOU want some respect? Huh, you sure didn't give any to people you didn't like. Your son deserved death. 🙂
— Rusty Shackleford (@DaleGrib1) September 10, 2017
Another blithely quipped: “He got what he deserved. He lost his job and his son is dead!”
His constant support of a sex offender president! Either way I am not sorry he got was he deserved he lost his job and his son is dead!
— Nate_dawg (@Natedaw78) September 9, 2017
Still others claimed Bolling had it coming, saying this was karmic payback for his conservative political views. Wtf??
@ericbolling Karma, …. It is all the hate you spewed… it is tragic,.. but it IS Karma!!
— Dennis B (@CHCmobile) September 10, 2017
Another heartless thug said: “F*ck him and his worm-food son.”
— Mr. Marjani (@MrMarjani) September 9, 2017
— spencer (@SpencerH8sTwitr) September 9, 2017
Fuck his son
— ✌HyphyHendrix✌ (@JuanHendrix666) September 9, 2017
It sucks his son died but he’s still a disgusting woman-harrassing shiatbag. That won’t change, snowflakes 😉 “Eric bolling son dies”
— Aunt Teefah (@AunteeFahh) September 9, 2017
Much of the vitriol against Bolling stems from recent allegations that he had texted a photo of male genitalia to several female co-workers at Fox News several years ago.
Bolling denied the accusations, and filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit against Yashar Ali, a freelance writer for the Huffington Post and New York magazine who broke the story. It’s unknown if there are any recent allegations against Bolling, or why his accusers decided to come forward now instead of years ago, when the incident supposedly occurred.
As BizPac Review previously reported, former Fox News contributor Michelle Fields vouched for Bolling amid false reports that she was one of his accusers. “Eric Bolling was nothing but professional when I worked w/him,” she tweeted.
Eric Bolling was known to be a loving and devoted father. Over the years, he spoke proudly of his only child on Twitter and Facebook.
Happy Birthday Eric Chase!! http://t.co/QUGZfh32
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) August 1, 2012
Eric Chase, Adrienne & I are blessed to to serve Thanksgiving dinner to the needy at Las Vegas Rescue Mission (1of2) pic.twitter.com/PyD0WkiTJj
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) November 27, 2014
So proud of him. Eric Chase working hard and really getting involved. pic.twitter.com/QkO2gQA2wI
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) November 27, 2015
Filled in for Eric Chase's Senior League coach. Happy to say we put in a 5-2 win in 90 minutes.
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) May 6, 2012
Rest in peace, Eric Chase Bolling (1998-2017).
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