Televangelist Pat Robertson said it's possible Fox News host Eric Bolling, who allegedly sent lewd photos to colleagues, is a casualty in a liberal effort to take down Fox News.
Robertson said Monday on his Christian "700 Club" TV show he doesn't "have a lot of first-hand information" on the sexual harassment scandals rocking Fox but they could be the product of a conspiracy to "destroy" the network.
"I'm not a conspiracy theorist," he said, "but it's so easy to see what's being done."
WATCH: Pat Robertson talking about the Bolling story. He makes sure to say "I'm not a conspiracy theorist"/"I don't have first hand info" pic.twitter.com/56ytaTSQ11— Yashar Ali (@yashar) August 8, 2017
Robertson said he was familiar with Bolling and considered him to be "a straight arrow" and "a dedicated Catholic."
Bolling was suspended by Fox last week after it was reported that some current and former colleagues claimed he had sent them text message photos of male genitalia, believed to be his own.
In the course of the last year, star anchor Bill O'Reilly and the late Roger Ailes, the network's founding CEO, were also terminated following allegations of inappropriate sexual behavior.
Bolling, O'Reilly, and Ailes all denied the allegations.