September 2, 2016

As I've repeatedly said, I've heard from my sources that Fox News' Eric Bolling is a really nice guy on and off the air, but that doesn't excuse his performance on the network at all.

Bolling comes up with some of the most batsh*t crazy analogies and ideas of all Fox News talkers put together.

And yesterday was no different.

As the co-hosts of "The Five" were discussing Trump's white nationalistic immigration speech on Thursday, Bolling came up with his own idea on how his candidate should handle the insane Mexican deportation task force he wants to create within ICE.

Greg Gutfeld chimed in and said, "I can't see after that speech, Hispanics going 'hey, you know what? Now I like him.' I just don't see that. I'm wondering, is there enough white people left that he can get so that he can write off everybody else?"

Co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle believes all her Hispanic and African American Republican friends, who already support Trump believe differently. She said, "I think you're underestimating what he's been able to accomplish and prepare yourself."

Gutfeld countered with, "The polls don't show that," but she would not be denied. "All I'm saying is give it a moment to breath and see what happens."

Kimberly doesn't seem to count the Hispanic leaders that were actually part of Trump's team, who quit after hearing his immigration speech, but who needs pesky details, right?

Juan Williams started to discuss the deportation task force and said, " are they going to go door-to-door to in Mexico hunting down Latinos?"

Gutfeld then turned to the polling data and said that voters by an overwhelming margin, prefer a system that allows a path to legalization instead of deportation.

This inspired Bolling to address the issue and he said, "When you're in a foreign country and you go to the U.S. Embassy in a foreign country, you're on U.S. land. You're not on foreign country land anymore. You're in U.S. territory, right?

So, if you set up -- let's call them Mexican deportation stations within the United States, and an illegal who's here with a family says, you know what, I've been here for five years, I'm paying my taxes, I just want to be a United States citizen, they go to this island within the United States. You're technically on Mexican land again, right? You've been deported, and you go back into society. I mean, that's a way, and why is that so bad? That's a very friendly way and nice way to do it, no?

Juan Williams then replied, "I love it when you make these things up. I don't hear this from the candidate."

Bolling wants to turn over U.S. land inside our borders to Mexico? And turn them into safe Mexican zones that will count as being deported?



Isn't he proposing something that would make the Aztlan and Reconquista people very happy?

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