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DUMB AS A BRICK=> Jemele Hill Takes Another Pot Shot at Cowboys After Being Suspended!

As previously reported, ESPN pundit, Jemele Hill was so upset that Jerry Jones warned Cowboys players to stand for the Anthem that she called for people to boycott his advertisers. Liberals aren’t the sharpest tools in the shed. ESPN...Show More Summary

Dan Patrick on Jemele Hill: “when you’re inside of ESPN, you’re representing ESPN”

NBC Sports host Dan Patrick is one of the few notable people who have had a lengthy, successful run outside ESPN that could match their run inside Bristol. While Patrick became a household name working SportsCenter with Keith Olbermann,...Show More Summary

ESPN Expected to Have Massive Layoffs After Thanksgiving – Is Jemele Hill on the Chopping Block?

It turns out that being social justice warriors crying about racism while reporting on black athletes who make millions a year for throwing a ball around isn’t good for business. ESPN is expected to announce a massive layoff after Thanksgiving after losing thousands of customers a day for an extended period of time. Show More Summary

ESPN’s new social media policy says reporters shouldn’t break news on Twitter, should avoid social issues

In the wake of high-profile controversies such as Jemele Hill’s tweets about President Donald Trump as a white supremacist (which drew ire from the White House and Trump himself) and tweets about a boycott of NFL sponsors (which actually...Show More Summary

10 targets for Donald Trump’s next sports media feud

Sports media feuds have become a central component of Donald Trump’s strategy. He’s been dabbling in ESPN ratings trolling and calling for Jemele Hill to be fired. He has spent much of the fall igniting an NFL controversy over the national anthem. Show More Summary

Jemele Hill Returns To ESPN After Controversial Suspension

4 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

The "SportsCenter" host has been off the air for two weeks.

Jemele Hill returns from suspension, thanks Michael Smith for “holding this down while I was gone”

Jemele Hill returned to ESPN on Monday night after a two-week suspension, hosting SC6 alongside Michael Smith, as usual. In the show’s open, Hill called SC6, “the best 60 minutes of your day, whether I’m here or not.” “Speaking of that,” she continued, “glad to be back, everybody. Show More Summary

ESPN’s Jemele Hill Back at Work after Suspension

Jemele Hill, the ESPN personality that stirred controversy by accusing President Donald Trump of being a white supremacist, is now officially back at work after being suspended by her employer. Hill was suspended due to calling for a boycott of advertisers of NFL games, which would affect her employer. ESPN airs NFL games on its Monday Night […]

After ESPN Suspension, Jemele Hill Assures Everyone, “I’ll Never Take Back What I Said” – Nor Should She

last monthHumor / odd : Geekosystem

After a two-week suspension, Jemele Hill returns to ESPN on Monday. And while she's sorry for putting her colleagues "in a bad spot," she's also sure of one thing: "I'll never take back what I said."

Jemele Hill Says She Deserved ESPN Suspension "After My Donald Trump Tweets"

ESPN host Jemele Hill, who stirred controversy after tweeting that President Donald Trump is a “white supremacist” unfit to serve in the White House, told TMZ she “deserved” her two-week suspension from the network for violating social media policy.

Jemele Hill Returns To ESPN After Two-Week Suspension Over Twitter Firestorm — Report

After a two-week suspension after a battle of words with Donald Trump, sports anchor Jemele Hill is set to return to ESPN. According to CNN, Hill will return on Monday the sports network after a brief suspension. The events leading to...Show More Summary

Jemele Hill Says That She Deserved EPSN Suspension, But She’ll Never Take Back What She Said [Video]

Jemele Hill Isn’t Surprised That ESPN Suspended Her   ESPN host Jemele Hill stirred controversy after tweeting what everyone already knows about Donald Trump–that he is a white supremacist unfit to serve in the White House. ESPN gave Hill a

Jemele Hill Says She Deserved Her Suspension From ESPN; Doesn’t Regret Calling Trump A White Supremacist (VIDEO)

Last month, ESPN’s Jemele Hill drew a line in the sand when she called President Donald Trump a White supremacist in a series of controversial tweets. She escaped punishment from her employer, but was being heavily watched to make sure ti didn’t happen again. It happened again. Hill then took to social media following Jerry […]

Jemele Hill admits she deserved suspension but will “never take back what I said” and vows to return to Twitter as “usual self”

After a two-week suspension for suggesting fans should boycott Cowboys sponsors, Jemele Hill is coming back to ESPN on Monday. She will be back to team up with Michael Smith to host SC6 but before Hill is back at Bristol, TMZ caught up with Hill at the airport to talk to her about her suspension and comments. Show More Summary

Jemele Hill: ‘After my Donald Trump tweets I deserved that suspension’

"I put ESPN in a bad spot..." The post Jemele Hill: ‘After my Donald Trump tweets I deserved that suspension’ appeared first on Hot Air.

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