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ESPN suspending Jemele Hill was about business, but it will still be political

Jemele Hill tweeted that people objecting to Jerry Jones banning anthem protests from NFL players should boycott his sponsors. Per an ESPN statement, Hill violated the network’s ever-evolving and ad hoc social media guidelines. The network suspended her for two weeks for a repeated offense. Much will be made about the politics, but the truth Read more... The post ESPN suspending Jemele Hill was about business, but it will still be political appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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