The personnel in ESPN have some serious problems with their racial integrity or they are just extremely furious at President Donald Trump for some unknown reason. Recently we sam that one of their famous hosts called President Trump and labeled his administration as racist and ‘white supremacist’. Of course, this was combined with other insults and speculations to discredit President Trump. ESPN this time quickly reacted and they suspended the host.
However, the liberal stunts pulled by their reporters and hosts still continue. This time in the ESPN show Pardon the Interruption we have a clear proof of that. The co-host Mike Wilbon crossed the line talking about Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and his players. He said that Jerry Jones is acting like a slave owner.
Can you believe this? He is the slave owner because he gives his players millions of dollars every year. That’s real slavery, so please, I want to be a slave, don’t you too?
As Conservative101 reports, his comments were extremely confusing. He said: “The word that comes to my mind, I don’t care who doesn’t like me using it, is ‘plantation’. The players are here to serve me and they will do what I want no matter how much I pay them. They are not equal to me. That’s what this says to me and mine.”
Jerry Jones can sue him for this accusation. This is a metaphor, it’s obvious, but still, this is a clear insult. And Jerry Jones decision is supported by the NFL RULEBOOK which makes it perfectly clear that disrespecting of the flag and the anthem is PUNISHABLE.
What do you think about this scandalous comment? Do you think ESPN needs to consider better who’s appearing in front of the cameras?
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