ESPN’s Jemele Hill has made plenty of public comments since this fall’s controversies over her tweets calling President Trump a white supremacist (which didn’t get her suspended) and saying that Dallas Cowboys’ fans who disagreed with Jerry Jones’ anti-protest comments should boycott team sponsors (which did get her suspended). Show More Summary
Once suspended ESPN anchor tells Al Sharpton that Trump pushes “racial porn” ESPN’s Jemele Hill, who was suspended for two weeks months ago for calling President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” on her personal Twitter account, appeared on Rev. Al Sharpton’s show “Politics Nation” and accused...
ESPN may not have faced a more explosive controversy this year than the one(s) surrounding SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill’s tweets. Quick recap: In September, Hill tweeted that President Trump was a white supremacist, sparking full-throated outrage from conservatives. Show More Summary
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
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 […]
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
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Jemele Hill has defended ESPN for suspending her, saying that she deserved it for violating the company’s social media policy, TMZ reports. Hill, a sports journalist, was suspended after one of her tweets seemed to encourage her followers to boycott NFL advertisers. Show More Summary
Lindsay Czarniak joined ESPN in 2011, working primarily as a SportsCenter anchor for six years until her most recent contract expired in August. Czarniak had hosted the 6 P.M. edition of SportsCenter prior to ESPN reformatting the timeslot as a showcase for Michael Smith and Jemele Hill, and Czarniak’s role with ESPN was unclear. Show More Summary
When ESPN suspended Jemele Hill for two weeks after she explored the idea of boycotting Dallas Cowboys sponsors, the network made clear that there’s a line its on-air personalities cannot cross when it comes to politics and social issues on social media. Show More Summary
ESPN host Jemele Hill won’t be in the office for the next two weeks after she was suspended for what the sports network considered inappropriate tweets. The post Social Kinda Wants to Shush ESPN’s Jemele Hill appeared first on The Good Men Project.
ESPN suspends Jemele Hill for two weeks after suggesting fans boycott Cowboys’ sponsors – October 9th Jemele Hill was suspended two weeks (with pay) after tweeting fans should boycott the Dallas Cowboys’ sponsors after Jerry Jones said players who are “disrespecting the flag” won’t play. Show More Summary
Jemele Hill was suspended by ESPN after violating the company’s social media policy. (AP) ESPN has announced that it has suspended Jemele Hill, currently co-host of the 6 p.m. weekday “SportsCenter”, affectionately called “The Six,” for two weeks after a second violation of the company’s social media policy. Show More Summary
ESPN suspended Jemele Hill on Monday after what the network described as her “second violation of our social media guidelines.” Hill will be sidelined for two weeks after a series of tweets in which she suggested fans boycott DallasShow More Summary
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. Show More Summary
Uh-oh. Better get the check books out. Al Sharpton is knocking on your door, ESPN. Al Sharpton threatened to boycott the far left sports channel ESPN for suspending Jemele Hill for calling on sports fans to boycott the Dallas Cowboys. Show More Summary
ESPN has hit one of its high-profile on-air personalities with a two-week suspension, sending home “SportsCenter” host and commentator Jemele Hill over a series of tweets she sent out Sunday night, SI.com reports. Hill’s tweets called for an advertiser boycott...
Rev. Al Sharpton and his National Action Network has called for ESPN to reinstate Jemele Hill on Tuesday, a day after ESPN suspended her.
The Rev. Al Sharpton also called for a meeting between civil rights leaders and ESPN after the network suspended sportscaster Jemele Hill.
Instead of tending to escalating tensions with North Korea, working with Congress on passing sensible gun control legislation in the wake of the Las Vegas mass shooting, or dealing with his failing Cabinet, Donald Trump is doing something much more important in his eyes: tweeting about NFL protests and the sportscasters who support them. Show More Summary