ESPN Totally Fine With Host’s Unhinged Anti-Trump Rant

An ESPN host recently lost it on twitter and called President Trump a white supremacist.  Jemele Hill, the host of ESPN’s “The Six” on Sports Center, went on a twitter tirade on 9/11 against the President.

ESPN is no stranger to political controversy on their show.  In fact the network has encouraged their hosts to be political as a part of their commentary and to create the certain persona that creates a fan base.

By at what point has ESPN gone too far in allowing their hosts to do and say whatever they want?  Even when they are calling the President of the United States a white supremacist on the anniversary of 9/11.

ESPN has also caved to a lot of the liberal media’s bias and demands, like when they removed the college football play by play announcer, Robert Lee, because he shares his name with the Confederate general.

Take a look at what Hill’s little left-wing tantrum produced:

If you want to see the rest of her ridiculous rant, I would suggest just go to her profile.

Twitter commentators were quick to battle her stupidity though:

ESPN has recently had to fire 100 employees due to sinking ratings attributed to the disgusting politics shown from their personalities. I think I know who should be fired next to help their ratings. But as it turns out, ESPN is totally fine with this sort of unhinged bogotry:

That’s it, no discipline. Just a slap on the wrist.

If someone at ESPN said something as ludicrous as this about President Obama, they’d be fired and blacklisted from every television outlet in the country. The double standard is absolutely sickening but not surprising. Shame on ESPN.