Fox Host Rails Against The WikiLeaks Conspiracy That DNC Staffer Was Murdered Because He Was A Source

While Fox Host Eric Bolling Claims “I Like Hearing Conspiracy Theories ... I Buy Into Some Of Them” 

From the August 26 edition of Fox News' The Five

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GREG GUTFELD (CO-HOST): Do you know what [Julian Assange] did? He doesn't traffic in stories. He traffics in conspiracies. He's using the murder of Seth Rich, implying that somehow Seth is one of his contacts though he offers no evidence. 


And he has implied that this guy somehow has some connection to WikiLeaks as a leaker. He's pedaling this unsubstantiated stuff but he's backed off on it. But there's a family! There's actually a family of this victim who has to listen to this piffle and you've got to respect the family. You don't make up conspiracies about somebody who just died without any facts and he's only doing it to promote himself. He's a disgusting guy. Here's October surprise is that he's actually Glenn Close in her best role ever. 

JUAN WILLIAMS (CO-HOST): Eric's not happy. 

ERIC BOLLING (CO-HOST): No no, because I like hearing conspiracy theories sometimes. I buy into some of them. 


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