ESPN anchor Jemele Hill called President Trump “a white supremacist” on social media, adding that his supporters are ‘largely other white supremacists.’
She was just getting warmed up. Hill is probably best known for her stint on the failed and incredibly grating show “His and Hers.” She currently hosts the 6 p.m. broadcast of SportsCenter.
The anchor decided that the anniversary of 9/11 would be the best day to go on a tirade against the President of the United States by falsely accusing him of being a white supremacist.
The height of white privilege is being able to ignore his white supremacy, because it’s of no threat to you. Well, it’s a threat to me. Trump is the most ignorant, offensive president of my lifetime. His rise is a direct result of white supremacy. Period.
Hill, not satisfied with labeling the president a racist, also said his supporters are “largely” made up of white supremacists. She may as well have just called them all a ‘basket of deplorables.’
He has surrounded himself with white supremacists — no they are not “alt right” — and you want me to believe he isn’t a white supremacist? He is unqualified and unfit to be president. He is not a leader. And if he were not white, he never would have been elected!
The other candidate in this past election, Hillary Clinton, was apparently not white.
If I’m not mistaken, Republicans ran black candidates for president during the two previous election cycles in Ben Carson and Herman Cain. Both were denigrated by liberals as being racists.
Hill continued, insulting President Trump one last time:
I hate a lot of things but not enough to jeopardize my fellow citizens with an unfit, bigoted, incompetent moron. But hey, that’s just me.
If ESPN needs further proof of how their leftward lurch into politics has led to a plunge in ratings and the need to fire over 100 employees, they need only look at Hill’s Twitter feed.
Between this ‘white supremacist’ rant, the reassignment of announcer Robert Lee, along with the Black Lives Matter protests at the ESPY awards, and giving Caitlyn Jenner a ‘courage’ award, the network will be lucky to survive much longer.