Just before kickoff for Sunday’s NFL games, the news exploded across the internet that the Cleveland Browns brain trust were on the brink of making a move that would make the culture warriors even more happy than if the team signed Colin Kaepernick.
With a screaming scoop, ESPN broke the story that former Bush administration National Security Advisor and Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice was in consideration for their open head coaching job. The Browns recently fired the incompetent Hue Jackson and his 3-36-1 record and saw immediate improvement.
But the Browns will be the Browns and would it really be a shock if a woman with no head coaching experience was brought in as largely a public relations gimmick?
Browns interested in interviewing Condoleezza Rice for head coaching job, source tells ESPN.https://t.co/cgxCUgbF8j
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 18, 2018
Browns general manager John Dorsey said last week that he was open to hiring a woman as Cleveland’s next head coach, and one prominent name is on the team’s wish list to interview.
The Browns would like to interview former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for the job, a league source told ESPN.
If the Browns follow through on it, Rice would become the first woman to interview for an NFL head-coaching job.
The Browns however quickly moved to throw cold water on the rumor and issued a statement that rebutted the ESPN report:
Statement from GM John Dorsey: pic.twitter.com/aQExOzX0ge
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) November 18, 2018
The damage has been done now and the SJW swarm on Twitter will soon move on past Kaepernick and onto Condi as their newest cause.
Hiring Rice would thrill the Twitter ditzes but likely destroy a talent-laden, young up and coming team.