ESPN has lost its objectivity and its fanbase, as the Disney controlled sports giant has morphed into a liberal left political opinion network, firing employees for conservative viewpoints and pushing an anti-Trump agenda.
SHTF Plan reports that in a fiery interview with Sports Illustrated, one of the networks poster boys, Scott Van Pelt, has responded to his conservative critics by attacking them for even having the gall to question ESPN’s political bias in the first place.
Van Pelt attempted to act like a tough guy, calling out said critics for being cowards who he believes only speak out against ESPN on the internet but would never do so in real life.
“This make believe world where everyone talks shit, this shit talking, poke you in the chest virtual whatever it’s just there’s nothing more chicken shit than that, because it’s the easiest thing in the world to do,” Van Pelt laughably said before targeting those who have boycotted his network in the past.
Van Pelt described the “deplorables” that have boycotted ESPN as so dumb that they don’t even deserve to be prayed for.
If you truly wanna boycott the NFL and you wanna boycott ESPN, the notion that some guy sitting out there, or gal, and they decide, ‘you know what, I’m gonna cut my entire cable package because ESPN gave an award on a made-up show in July because there’s no sports, to a woman who used to be a man.
So I’m now not gonna have any cable TV at all and I’m gonna sit around at night and read books by candlelight like olden times because of that,’ that’s not happening.
And if you did that, than you’re so dumb that I can’t even pray for you because you’re beyond hope.
Via SHTF Plan…
Yep, that is apparently what the networks most visible personality (and thus presumably the network as a whole) thinks about conservatives.
From Hollywood to the media, and now apparently the sports world, anyone with conservative viewpoints are being openly attacked and labeled racist as a means to silence all dissenting thought against the liberal world establishment.
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