Jemele Hill, Racist Ex-ESPN Reporter Does It Again
ESPN used to be a great site, you could turn to the channel, get away from the world, watch sports news and all was fine. Then the Donald came into the scene, ESPN decided to become politically active, brought in Jemele Hill and her outright racist attacks, and soon ESPN was losing their audience in dangerous numbers.
ESPN, due to record loses of viewership, decided they would be best to tone down the political sniping, got rid of Jemele Hill after being told there would be no more politics in sports, she decided the news did not apply to her, attacked Trump supporters for daring to not support Black athletes while they were kneeling for the national anthem, that their lack of support was tantamount to racism.
Turns out the far
In her latest piece, she came out and wrote the article “It’s Time for Black Athletes to Leave White Colleges,” to say this was not the most endearing article she had written was an understatement, many correctly called her out for her racism.
What was more interesting is when some started to research her background, turns out she did not do what she was demanding of others, she was quickly called out for this.
We are once more seeing the typical racist attacks that one would expect from the racist far left. They see anything that has to do with whites as racist, yet Jemele Hill herself went to a “White College”, worked for a business that was owned by a “White Man,” on a site that was watched primarily by white people, yet she is wanting to preach at other to do what she is not doing.
I must say, she fits right in with the other elites, those out in Hollywood that preach anti-gun rhetoric while surrounded by armed guards, talk about global warming while on their private jets or yachts, in the typical m.o. of the far
What is more, the total hypocrisy, working for the Atlantic, a new-site started by a white man, its original founders were all white, was positioned in the deep south with its segregation ideals in the ’40s and ’50s, yet she is working for them.
I ask you Jemele Hill, why didn’t you refuse ESPN when you started and work for BET? Why didn’t you find a black ran news-site to write for or is this another case of telling us what to do, advice you refuse to take yourself?