After roughly a year-and-a-half, former Fox News personality Eric Bolling will make his return to television with a new show called “America.”
The show will air later this summer on CRTV, a network already featuring a powerful lineup of conservative personalities such as Mark Levin, Michelle Malkin, Phil Robertson, Deneen Borelli and Steven Crowder.
The television personality promised he’d pull no punches on his new CRTV show.
“I promise it will be bold, brash, and all Bolling,” he announced.
Good morning! pic.twitter.com/FjwtVvX0qf
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) May 3, 2018
Bolling left Fox in 2017 shortly after he and his family endured the tragic loss of their son, Chase, to an accidental opioid overdose.
CRTV reminded viewers in a press release that Bolling is “a personal friend of President Trump and one of his earliest and most vocal supporters.”
“His new show, America, will showcase his hyperconnected network of contacts and provide unparalleled access to the Trump administration,” the statement reads, also vowing he’ll present “no-holds-barred commentary” as only a supporter of the President can provide.
There’s an old proverb that translates thusly:
“In prosperity our friends know us, in adversity we know our friends”
I am blessed ? with the greatest group of friends here. Thank you for the support. https://t.co/1YL4UK5Em1
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) May 4, 2018
Gaston Mooney, CRTV President, couldn’t suppress his excitement at the notion of adding Bolling to the lineup.
“Eric is not only one of the most talented conservative media figures, but one of the most authentic individuals I have met,” Mooney said. “CRTV is excited to have him as a host in our fast-growing network.”
RETWEET – IF YOU SUPPORT Eric Bolling pic.twitter.com/bqONIUDK85
— MAGAPatriot??Steve (@RealMAGASteve) May 4, 2018
Aside from the no-nonsense commentary, Bolling tells relatable stories about real life issues in America.
Nowhere is that more evident than in a video released by the White House in which he opens up about his son’s tragic death, something he says “we never saw coming.”
During today’s Opioid Summit at the White House, Eric Bolling shared the story of his son who died from an accidental overdose. pic.twitter.com/P0bq6El6nj
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) March 1, 2018
Bolling described the video as “the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do,” but felt it necessary when he realized so many other people have been affected by the opioid crisis.
Now, Bolling has a new platform to fight that fight, as well as other battles occurring during the Trump era.
“For more than a decade, I have sparred with the liberal media, defending America as we know it,” he said. “That fight got bigger and more intense with the rise of the anti-Trump crowd.”
“I consider it more important than ever to be a voice for the millions who want to rid the country of career politicians and Make America Great Again.”
And we consider his contribution to that fight just as important.
Welcome back, Mr. Bolling!
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