ESPN is eating crow -- Jim Crow -- and enduring the humiliation of its fellow race-baiting rivals, many of them crowing about its racial insensitivity. The Worldwide Leader in Sports is apologizing for a segment in a 28-hour marathon in which an auctioneer "sold" NFL players. The headshot photos of black and white players were attached to popsicle sticks, and drew criticism on social media that the auctions were too similar to the slave auctions of olden times.
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ESPN issued an apology and explanation Tuesday after airing a live version of a fantasy football auction that some people felt was racist. “Auction drafts are a common part of fantasy football, and ESPN’s segments replicated an auct...
RACISM STRAIGHT UP: MSNBC apologizes (again) for drunken Cinco de Mayo segment. Follow the link above for earlier racially-based insults from the NBC/Comcast-owned network that’s been dubbed Jim Crow TV.
I think America has lost her ever-freaking mind. ESPN, who is not even worth watching these days, held a fantasy football auction using the images of NFL players on sticks