In September, ESPN anchor Jemele Hill tweeted that President Trump is a “white supremacist.” An avalanche of criticism followed: The White House demanded her firing; conservatives and even some liberals condemned her as hyperbolic. ESPN issued a statement that her tweets “crossed the line” and Hill was forced to apologize. On Thursday, Trump proved once […]
When your Momma sees you touching stuff after she told you not to touch anything pic.twitter.com/qdls30YnBq — Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) January 10, 2018 Hilarious Coach Ewing Memes Hall of Fame superstar-turned-Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing is winning Twitter with his hilarious
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith has a little advice for his on-air colleague, Jemele Hill. It isn’t quite “stick to sports” when it comes to wading into political and social issues; it’s more a matter of not straying from one’s lane. Hill, who co-hosts “SportsCenter,” drew a rebuke from President Trump in the fall after labeling […]
Stephen A. Smith didn't exactly have Jemele Hill's back when it comes to criticizing the president.
Smith’s comments to the Sporting News were not particularly supportive of Jemele Hill’s actions last year.
Do you remember Jemele Hill? The ESPN host who called Trump a “white supremacist” in a tweet and received a lot of well-deserved flak for it? Well apparently she’s not
It’s been an interesting month of media interviews for ESPN’s Jemele Hill, who addressed her suspension over tweets about boycotting NFL sponsors on Jim Miller’s Origins podcast and made some news with commentary on Nick Saban and the Alabama election in a New York magazine profile. Show More Summary
The new ESPN policy to try and get company talent to avoid public political discussion isn’t even two months old, and we’re already seeing some major issues with it that demonstrate just how hard it is to tell people to stick to sports in the current political climate. Show More Summary
“There are times when certain things are happening in this world and I truly couldn’t care less about Jerry Jones’s fight with Roger Goodell.”
ESPN EMBRACES RACIAL-SLUR RAPPER FOR HALFTIME SHOW: On ESPN, Jemele Hill, co-host of “SC6,” grew excited. Her previous noteworthy excitements were tweets condemning President Trump as a “white supremacist” who contributes to the oppression of blacks, the second of which led to a brief suspension for defying ESPN’s instructions to cut it out. Tuesday, Hill was […]
hill After accusing the president of being a white supremacist on Twitter back in September, ESPN anchor Jemele Hill is doubling down on her insult. “I don’t take it back,” she said when the subject was brought up on former NFL star Arian Foster’s podcast “Now What?”...
“I didn’t think I was saying anything that was shocking,” Hill said.
Back in September, Jemele Hill set off a wave of controversy when she took to social media and called President Donald Trump a White Supremacists in a series of tweets. ESPN addressed the situation, the White House Secretary said she should be fired, but ESPN decided not to suspend her, but rather warn her to watch […]
Sports commentator Jemele Hill reiterated her stance on President Donald Trump in a podcast interview with former Houston Texans’ running back Arian Foster, saying that the president is a white supremacist who intentionally bullies journalists of color. “You were a target,” said...
"I never intended for it to create the firestorm that it did."
“I never intended for it to create the firestorm that it did.”
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
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