Whitlock: Those In Media Attack Trump on Social Media For Retweets

Sports journalist Jason Whitlock nailed the fact how those in the media seek the attention of their followers by making outlandish accusations against President Trump.

They are going after Trump to be seen, heard, retweeted and praised online and I agree with Whitlock’s assessment 100 percent.

I firmly believe anyone who defends Jemele Hill’s actions is as racist as any other identifiable racist! She crossed the red line and what’s worse is she knew it before she finished her statement. You can dislike or detest anyone, but her comments were very personal, unfounded, character assassinating, racist, and wrong!

We voted for President Trump because of this kind of nonsense. Real simple she’s angry unhappy and a racist who made an ignorant statement. She should be fired. If she was white and said this, no question shed be fired. Get over yourself you’re so replaceable.

Most don’t realize every show Jemele Hill has hosted at ESPN has failed they have just moved it and renamed it. She was one of the people ESPN should have fired when they cleaned house earlier this year. They probably didn’t do it because she would have screamed racism.

ESPN, you just gave me another reason to stop watching your network. I concluded that you have limited ability to communicate sports trivia effectively.When you go head to head with any cohost, you’re often left looking outclassed and stupid.Now you’ve stuck your foot in your mouth on a topic that you even know less on. Stay out of politics until you can adequately handle your day job.

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Wayne Dupree

Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of He was named to the 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF between 1987-1995. He saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield and is the father of three. He is the host of the Wayne Dupree Show.

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