Comment – Opinion:
ESPN has finally went over to the dark side of leftist bigotry. You might remember ESPN fired Curt Schilling for his comments on transgender bathrooms. However, they’ve given a pass to Jemeil Hill who called President Trump a white supremacist. Hill was given a talking to but not let go – apparently ESPN found nothing wrong with her racist bigotry.
Disney along with Hearst Corporation own 20% of ESPN. Bob Iger CEO of Disney a blatant leftist elite, has no problem with ESPN’bigotry.
Thankfully I don’t subscribe to their sports channels. I would offer that anyone who does and does not have a problem with their bigotry against the President are part of the problem. I would also offer that ESPN has lost all credibility as a sports broadcast network.
Breitbart reported that ESPN is losing 10,000 subscribers a day since their turn to the dark side. 
Sports have been one of the few venues, until that spoiled child Kaepernick disrespected our anthem and flag before a Denver Broncos game., where everyone can share their enthusiasm for the game. ESPN is another part of the deep state insurgency threatening our country.
ESPN should be ashamed and anyone subscribing to their so-called ‘sports’ channel should be ashamed….WFM
ESPN responds to Jemele Hill calling Trump ‘a white supremacist’
ESPN has taken to Twitter to comment on host Jemele Hill calling President Trump “a white supremacist.”
“The comments on Twitter from Jemele Hill regarding the President do not represent the position of ESPN,” the network stated on Tuesday. “We have addressed this with Jemele and she recognizes her actions were inappropriate.”
The co-host of the 6 p.m. “SportsCenter” broadcast posted a series of tweets Monday night about the president. In her rant, she called Trump a white supremacist “who has largely surrounded himself [with] other white supremacists.” and called him “ignorant” and “offensive.”
During her rant she also slammed Twitter users who replied to her and defended the president.
Hill has been on ESPN since 2013. She took on the 6 p.m. time slot in February.