A host on the Fox Business network—criticized last month for suggesting President Obama was "chugging 40's" during his trip to Europe—is facing allegations of racism after referring to the White House as the "Hizzouse," "Hizzy" and "The Big Crib," and guests of the administration as "hoods."
Eric Bolling, who hosts Fox Business' "Follow the Money," criticized Obama for inviting Gabon's president Ali Bongo at the White House this week, a month after the Fox News-fueled controversy over Common's invitation to perform at First Lady Michelle Obama's poetry event. Bolling's broadcast late last week came on the heels of another racially tinged controversy, courtesy of Bolling's Fox Business colleague John Stossel, who drew flak for bringing an Obama impersonator on air to stage a mock debate with a 2012 GOP presidential hopeful.
You can watch the mock debate below.
"So what's with all the hoods in the Hizzy?" Bolling asked on his show on Friday. "A month after the White House hosted the rapper Common, who glorifies violence on cops, the president opened his doors to one of Africa's most evil dictators."Read More »from Fox Business host’s Obama White ‘Hizzouse’ commentary sparks more racism charges