Race-baiting in the liberal mainstream media is commonplace nowadays and they will never stop working towards that agenda.
Since disgraced former quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeled for the pregame National Anthem a little over three years ago, sports journalists are amongst some of the worst culprits of race-baiting.
And this ESPN writer race-baited with an absurd accusation that occurred right after the LSU-Alabama game.
ESPN significantly calmed down its liberal propaganda rhetoric ever since Jimmy Pitaro took over as president of the network just a couple years ago but it still happens sporadically.
That’s why the company hired conservative Will Cain to be one of the network’s leading voices. He at least gives balance to the cavalcade of liberal voices constantly coming at you 24 hours a day. Cain is the balance the network needed.
Recently, the entire team of Deadspin was given ultimatums to “stick to sports,” which ultimately led to a mass exodus at the company. Some people just refuse to only report on the subject they were hired to do.
Journalists with by-lines, who aren’t necessarily on-air talking head personalities, have a little more leeway because there isn’t as much oversight of the content they write.
That’s why it wasn’t all that surprising when The Undefeated – a subsidiary of ESPN that’s owned and operated by the self-proclaimed worldwide leader in sports – published an article by David Dennis Jr. that was a total race baiting bunch of absolute nonsense.
LSU took on Alabama last weekend and came away with a win.
After the game, LSU running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire who clinched the game with a phenomenal tackle-breaking touchdown run in the fourth quarter, went to the stands to embrace his father.
Cameras were full focused on the emotional exchange between the father and son but then a “white woman,” an LSU fan, tried to grab his attention to likely get a selfie or an autograph.
She tapped on his shoulder and screamed his number “22! 22!” throughout the father son moment.
Here’s the moment:
What a moment for Clyde Edwards-Helaire pic.twitter.com/0SyA4Qyx7j
— Cody Worsham (@CodyWorsham) November 10, 2019
Dennis Jr. remarks in the article, “I doubt the woman thought much about what she was doing. I doubt she realized that she was trying to separate a black man from his son in a moment of raw emotion that so much of the media likes to pretend doesn’t exist. That she felt her needs were more important than two black men bonding over a once-in-a-lifetime accomplishment.”
And what does race have anything to do with it. Obviously the writer is calling her tone-deaf because they are black. Or, you know, it’s quite possible that she’s just an enormous fan and it didn’t even cross her mind that this was a special moment between two black family members who are bonding over a “once-in-a-lifetime” moment.
How is she supposed to know?
Then the writer had the audacity to tell an introspective story about one time when he was in Atlanta and a favorite song of his played. He and another black man rapped the song “word-for-word” and played off each other “laughing along at parts we messed up,” when “Suddenly, a white woman walked over to us.”
They stopped, feeling the situation was awkward and she said “No! Keep going!”
Then Dennis Jr. writes, “That woman didn’t see two black men as simply having fun. She saw us as there for her entertainment. Even in a moment of joy and fun, we were there to serve her. Our bodies represented something that was owed to her.”
Imagine being a person with these kind of self-righteous assumptions. Maybe she was just having fun and race played nothing into it. Consider that for a second. It wasn’t for some “amusement” like they were zoo animals. She just enjoyed hearing it and was quite possibly trying to make friends.
Dennis Jr. is obviously the racist in this situation.