When will ESPN stop with the liberal bias?
The worldwide leader in sports just can’t stop complaining about Trump.
And after Trump’s decision to rescind DACA, ESPN’s lead “analyst” clamored over former President Barack Obama’s critical message for the decision.
Obama violated the constitution when he implemented his executive order to protect illegal immigrants with DACA.
He didn’t care that it was unconstitutional.
Actor James Woods called out DACA for what it was in a short tweet.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) September 4, 2017
And it’s true. They can vote.
After Jeff Sessions announced they would rescind the unconstitutional law, Obama criticized the Trump administration’s decision to end his DREAMers program.
To target hopeful young strivers who grew up here is wrong, because they’ve done nothing wrong. My statement: https://t.co/TCxZdld7L4
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) September 5, 2017
No, what’s cruel is the idea of not taking care of born-and-bred American citizens first.
DREAMers’ parents victimized their children.
They’re the cruel ones.
So ESPN chimed in with their liberal narrative.
Stephen A. Smith is ESPN’s golden child and supposedly one of the highest-paid analysts on the network.
No.44 @BarackObama statement on DACA' decision very profound! Touching! Real! A must-read for us all. Especially now! I'm so sad.
— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) September 5, 2017
Except these people forget that the United States is a nation of laws.
And those laws were broken, pure and simple.
Stephen A. Smith’s co-host on ESPN’s First Take has also been hypercritical of President Trump and his supporters.
He once suggested that Trump supporters were, “susceptible to low-quality information.”
In reality, it is ESPN that has become the model of misinformation and “low-quality” information—at best.
This is a guy who preaches the importance of the first amendment, but then grows irate and weary when that free speech doesn’t fall in line with his personal views.
ESPN is a joke.