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. As far as I can tell, I am the only reporter who has taken note, as I did here on August 7, of some interesting and overlooked, and possibly relevant, aspects of Ali’s background before he became an investigative journalist.
Just how did he hear about this before everyone else?
One sign of surveillance/intelligence is people knowing things they shouldn’t know. There are a lot of intel ops out there, and increasingly I think there are a lot of private sector ones rolling beneath the radar, perhaps fueled by Obama intelligence agency hires leaving for the private sector, and taking their training into the well funded leftist resistance, and funded by well-heeled leftist billionaires poised to profit from the Empire’s collapse into anarchy.
Bolling’s take down, where anonymous rumors were used to substantiate the character assassination which then produced his removal at FOX, was eerily similar to the attack launched on, and repelled by Sean Hannity, which was itself a clone of what took down Bill O’Reilly. That type of takedown is a modus operandi of intelligence types, and the repetitive nature of the attacks all in one place makes it look like no individual one was a coincidence. Now one of the people involved seems to know things about Bolling before they are made public.
It makes me wonder if there is a very sophisticated Democrat operation out there targeting guys like Bolling and Hannity with smear operations, and monitoring them very closely in their search for weak points. When you are someone like Soros, and you want to be a player, buying facebook ads and forming think tanks is weak tea (and less satisfying) compared to deploying the private eyes and ex-spooks, and destroying your enemies entirely.
Bolling has a ten million dollar lawsuit against Mr Ali over the allegations of sexting, which Bolling maintains are bullshit, unless I am mistaken. Perhaps all of Mr Ali’s communications and financial arrangements would make an interesting avenue of discovery, to see if they can pin down exactly how he found out about Bolling’s son before everyone else.