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11 Octubre 2017, 01:21 | Fidele Alvizo
Jemele Hill's words bad for ESPN's business| Opinion
Hill was responding to Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones' statements about players choose to kneel during the national anthem as part of protest against racial inequality, police brutality or other social issues.
Hill later said, "If you strongly reject what JerryJones said, the key is his advertisers".
Hill, who previously slammed President Donald Trump as a white supremacist, was suspended on Monday by ESPN "for a second violation" of the company's social media guidelines. This clued us into the mindset of Trump, who seems to take a fiendish delight in stomping on his enemies like a scurrying roach.
She took to twitter prior to yesterday's suspension to clarify her comments, tweeting, "Just so we're clear: I'm not advocating a National Football League boycott".
In a statement, ESPN distanced themselves from Hill saying her comments do not represent the position of the network.
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump is suggesting the USA change its tax laws to punish organizations like the NFL if members are "disrespecting" the national anthem or flag.
The latest such example of this weird behavior is with ESPN'sJemele Hill. I agree with Erik Wemple when he says that ESPN "doesn't deserve to retain the services of Jemele Hill, its opinionated "SportsCenter" anchor".
ESPN, already unpopular with conservatives, is now facing the possibility of a boycott from furious liberals over the sports network's suspension of host Jemele Hill.
Hill also said Trump was the "most ignorant, offensive president" and "unqualified and unfit to be president".
Hill's new tweets present a hard problem for ESPN. "Change tax law!", he wrote.
"You see what they've done, they've blackballed the brother from San Francisco [Colin Kaepernick] from playing", Mathis said.
'Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists, ' she wrote in one of the tweets. She called him a bigot and said it was the height of white privilege to ignore his white supremacy because it wasn't a threat.
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