ESPN may have finally been able to rid itself of the vitriolic Trump hating racist Jemele Hill but they have a pretty deep bench when it comes to SJW hosts.
Following a massively successful and entertaining football season – especially college football – the network could have gotten back on track by sticking to reporting on sports but it looks as though the situation is unsalvagable no matter what new management intends in an effort to bolster ratings and minimize cord cutting.
President Trump set off a cavalcade of exploding heads when he hosted the NCAA champion Clemson Tigers at the White House on Monday and with the kitchen staff having been furloughed thanks to Chuck and Nancy, he had the fare delivered by several of the nation’s biggest fast food chains.
You know, the stuff that college kids like to eat.
It was only a matter of time before the race card would be out and flying around and it was just played by ESPN’s Molly Qerim who is one of the hosts of “First Take” and shows that the left is addicted to race baiting as if it was crack cocaine.
ESPN host argues Donald Trump giving fast food to Clemson players was racist because the team is majority black. Really. Fast food is racist, y’all. https://t.co/7vjuaFCYwb
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 16, 2019
Via The Washington Free Beacon, “ESPN Host Suggests Trump Was Racist for Serving Clemson Players Fast Food”:
‘It’s a predominately black sport and fast food, my thought went a very different place’
An ESPN host suggested Wednesday it was racist for President Donald Trump to serve fast food to the Clemson football team at the White House, saying such food being given to players of a “predominately black sport” gave her pause.
Paid for by Trump, the White House offered a spread of Wendy’s, McDonald’s, Burger King and Domino’s pizza to the Clemson players on Monday when they visited to celebrate their national championship win. While the players appeared to enjoy the food, some political and sports observers took Trump to task for what they considered a low-class gesture.
On the daily ESPN debate show “First Take,” panelists Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman discussed the matter, with Smith saying it was a “classless” and “disgraceful” move by Trump.
“It was wrong to do,” Smith said. “It’s unfortunate … that he would choose to conduct himself this way. But are we surprised? Absolutely not.”
Here’s more from ESPN where twit Max Kellerman is promoting Russian conspiracy theories on his segment.
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) January 16, 2019
In an interesting sidenote, Disney (which owns ESPN) is blocking the videos of Qerim and her friends on YouTube because the suits just have to know that they have another public relations dumpster fire on their hands thanks to the SJW whack jobs who work at the “sports” network.
Just imagine the squealing if Trump would have had the event catered by Popeye’s instead.