On "Cashin' In" today, Eric Bolling slammed the "torture report" that details the CIA's enhanced interrogation methods following 9/11.

Bolling disagreed with the report's conclusion that the CIA's practices constituted torture.

He said that real torture is what thousands and thousands of Americans went through during the 9/11 attacks, losing loved ones.

Bolling asserted that waterboarding, sleep deprivation and loud music, on the other hand, are not torture.

"All not torture when you compare it to what these animals did to innocent Americans and our families," Bolling said. "I have zero sympathy for the terrorists. Let me repeat - zero sympathy."

He said people on both sides of the aisle need to stop apologizing for keeping America safe, especially since the CIA's procedures were "legal and effective."

Bolling said that Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and all her colleagues were aware of the CIA's enhanced interrogations, but now they want to call out the agency.

He said that those like Feinstein are weak in their response to terror, which does nothing to make terrorists hate us less.

"It does, however, make America less safe when politicians like you cry foul for political gain."

Watch the clip above.