Not content to ‘break’ the gossip of Eric Bolling’s sexual harassment, Yashar stayed on the story, and ‘just happened’ to be the first to report the death of Bolling’s son at college
Very sad news, Eric Bolling's son, who was only 19, died last night. By all accounts, Eric was incredibly devoted to his son. Heartbreaking.
— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) September 9, 2017
So, let’s get this straight: Not content to ruin the life of Eric Bolling, an erstwhile rising star of Fox News, over accusations that no doubt have Gloria All-Red salivating, but which Bolling vehemently denies, Yashar Ali, a ‘reporter’ for New York Magazine and the HuffPost, stayed on the case of Bolling and his family, somehow managing to be the first to report the tragic death of beloved son Eric Chase Bolling at University of Colorado Boulder. Whilst Eric Bolling notes that there’s no sign of “Self harm,” there’s something fishy about Ali being the first to report the ‘news,’ and a very hollow ring to his ‘sympathy’ over the loss. A lot of the twitterverse was unhappy with Ali, too.
Authorities have informed us there is no sign of self harm at this point. Autopsy will be next week. Please respect our grieving period.
— Eric Bolling🇺🇸 (@ericbolling) September 9, 2017
This from American Thinker, underscores the fishiness of Ali being the first to report the unfortunate event:
A strange anomaly in this story is that Yashar Ali, the HuffPost freelancer who wrote the August 4 article alleging that Eric Bolling was guilty of inappropriate behavior years earlier, claims to have been the first one to break the news of Chase Bolling’s death. For example, in a HuffPost article on September 9 time stamped 2:31 P.M. E.T., Hayley Miller writes “Yashar Ali, the HuffPost freelancer behind the [August 4] story, first reported news of the younger Bolling’s death on Saturday.”
TMZ thinks it’s a suicide, but they aren’t exposing their sources.