Fox's Bolling Echoes Limbaugh, Says A Contested Convention Would Threaten The “Credibility” Of The GOP

Eric Bolling: If Trump Or Cruz Aren't The Nominee, Then “All Hell Will Break Loose, And There's No Credibility Left In The GOP”

From the March 7 edition of Fox News' The Five:

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KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE (CO-HOST): Conservative commentator -- roll it, baby -- commentator Rush Limbaugh made a dire prediction on what might happen if the GOP tries to snatch away the party nomination from Trump. 


RUSH LIMBAUGH: I predict, that if they can't stop Trump in the primary process, they will make an effort to stop him at the convention. Governor Romney has pretty much telegraphed that. 

CHRIS WALLACE: And what would happen if that were to pass?

LIMBAUGH: If that happens, there's a walkout. If that happens, then you've got utter chaos.



ERIC BOLLING (CO-HOST): I will go and just agree with Rush and add in Ted Cruz to that. Because Ted Cruz and Donald Trump right now are getting 70 percent of the GOP vote. If one of those two aren't the nominee that comes out of a contested convention, all hell will break loose, and there's no credibility left in the GOP.  


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