ESPN has shown its true political bias over the last year.
The worldwide leader in sports is truly in the liberal hypocrisy hemisphere.
And now one former ESPN analyst just proved how anti-American the network has always been.
ESPN has been in big trouble ever since they began infusing sports with their liberal progressive opinions.
ESPN had to lay off hundreds of on-air personalities after their subscriptions and ratings experienced a rapid decline because viewers don’t want politics inserted into every single sports story.
But nearly all of ESPN’s analysts have always hated Trump’s America.
In fact, in response to the tragic school shooting in Florida last week, former ESPN analyst J.A. Adande – who regularly appeared on the popular Around the Horn until August 2017 – tweeted that he feels more safe covering the Winter Olympics only a few miles away from communist North Korea than in the United States.
“The tragic school shooting in Florida on Wednesday, brought forth a wave of emotion and opinion. Some of it very constructive and helpful, some of it not.
Take for example, this tweet from former ESPN personality and current Professor of Sports Journalism at Northwestern University, J.A. Adande.
After hearing news of the shooting while covering the Winter Olympics in South Korea, Adande said he feels safer standing in a country that is still technically at war with its nuclear-armed northern neighbor, than he would standing in an American school:
South Korea is still technically at war with the nuclear-armed neighboring country just a few miles from where I am now, yet I feel safer than if I were in an American school. I feel so sad for the parents who lost their kids today, and those who fear their kids are next.
— J.A. Adande (@jadande) February 15, 2018
Of course, the only reason why Adande feels a sense of security standing in South Korea despite the ominous threat from the communists, is because Adande is standing behind tens of thousands of men with guns.
In fact, the only reason why there’s a South Korea for Adande to stand in at all, is because the great-grandfathers of those men with guns used their guns, to drive the invaders out.
A fact which should suggest to any objective mind that guns, while sometimes used for evil, can also provide a tremendously good service and ensure the freedom and liberty of millions.
So maybe, other factors, such as revolutionizing school security and finally addressing the problem of mental illness in our country, should be looked at instead.
In fairness, Adande did not call for gun confiscation or Western European-style gun laws in this tweet.
Though, the sentiment expressed in this tweet will be used by some to do just that. Plus, just on general principle, the farther away you are from North Korea, the better.”
And just because Adande is no longer working for ESPN, you can be sure his former colleagues agree with his point of view.
Every other talking-head on ESPN on shows like First Take, Pardon the Interruption and SportsNation has echoed similar his sentiment before.