Leave it to the pantheon of liberal sports journalists to infuse political jargon into every newsworthy story they come across.
While liberals everywhere who share their viewpoints may respect them, the rest of us see right through that nonsense. These journalists are projecting their desire to have their political affiliation to be widely known and a selfish desire to being respected for “speaking up.”
And this liberal sports journalist caused a ruckus with this insane take on the Jay-Z and NFL partnership.
The prolific superstar rapper Jay-Z shocked everyone recently when it was announced he just entered into a partnership with the NFL – reportedly for social justice causes.
Yes, the NFL. Call it trying to save face or possibly attempting to repair its image; the NFL is doing everything it can to gain back its 2015 popularity.
The popularity of the NFL plummeted in 2016 when disgraced former quarterback Colin Kaepernick first knelt during the National Anthem in San Francisco.
He claimed it was in protest of police brutality against minorities but millions of others were offended he would disrespect the flag and America’s song in such an atrocious, divisive way.
It sparked a wave of other NFL colleagues showing their support by imitating the same anti-American act.
In the last three years, the NFL’s ratings has crumbled, stadium attendance is dreadful and ESPN lost millions of subscribers – with many of the network’s talking heads showing support for his “protest” – and it’s all thanks to Colin Kaepernick.
Many American celebrities showed their support in solidarity with Kaepernick.
That’s why it was shocking that Jay-Z – someone who actually refused the opportunity to perform during 2019’s Super Bowl – wanted to enter into a partnership with the NFL.
Enter liberal former ESPN talking head Jemele Hill who became infamous for calling President Trump a “white supremacist” on Twitter.
When the news broke about the new partnership, Hill chimed in with, “If Colin Kaepernick isn’t part of this, I’m not sure how to feel about this. Very curious about these details.”
If Colin Kaepernick isn’t part of this, I’m not sure how to feel about this. Very curious about these details https://t.co/6Cw4gqOIrH
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) August 13, 2019
Anthem-kneeling Carolina Panthers safety Eric Reid and co-plaintiff in the collusion lawsuit alongside Kaepernick wrote back, “He is not.”
Hill replied, “Welp. That speaks volumes.”
What a joke. Does Kaepernick have a monopoly on social justice reform? Did he file a form with the U.S. Copyright Office to own the rights of “social justice?”
Are we serious right now?
Hill was ripped apart for this insane take. Even those who support Kaepernick were appalled by her remarks.
So you’re saying you’d rather have nothing happen instead of the NFL and Jay-Z doing good for the communities?
Granted, one of the events that Jay-Z’s Roc Nation will oversee is the Super Bowl Halftime Show and you can bet that every year it will make some sort of political statement moving forward.
What a joke to think Hill would rather nothing happen for underprivileged communities if Kaepernick isn’t the leader of this partnership.