Ex-Washington State Coach Plans to Sue For Non-Vaccination Firing
We’ve heard about firings and threats of firings for people across the country declining vaccinations. Now come the lawsuits, notably the impending legal action of Nick Rolovich, fired Monday as head football coach at Washington State University. The ex-coach plans to sue the university, and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) could potentially come into play and in Rolovich’s favor…
Derek Carr: Expose Everyone's Emails To Prevent Mean Words
In the fallout of Jon Gruden’s firing due to a series of “offensive” emails he sent from 2011-2018, Las Vegas Raiders quarterback offered a …
Kyrie Irving Stands Against Vax Mandates, Gets Suspended Indefinitely
Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving can sometimes be an odd and controversial person, as his past has clearly shown. However, he has recently taken a firm stand against the NBA’s vaccine mandates, which has caused him to be removed from team activities.
ESPN Lectures LeBron James That Vaccination Is 'Social Justice' Issue
ESPN’s blog, The Undefeated, jumped down LeBron James’ throat for not calling on all NBA players to submit to COVID-19 vaccinations. The coronavirus pandemic is actually an act of social justice and a fight for equality rivaling opposition to police brutality, says The Undefeated’s senior writer David Dennis Jr.
RACIST MSNBC Host Cross Calls ESPNer a 'Stepin Fetchit Minstrel Show'
Saturday morning on her show The Cross Connection, MSNBC host Tiffany Cross tore into Black sportscaster and suspended ESPN host Sage Steele as a betrayal to her race. With Steele suspended for questioning vaccine mandates, and Barack Obama's selection of "black" on his census data, Cross called Steele's remarks "half-witted" and "self-hating," and described her as a "modern…
Coaches: Don’t Yell At Black Athletes Or ESPN Will Play Race Card
Caution, football coaches. You’re now being scrutinized by ESPN race cops for the skin color of the players you’re berating. Ask Oregon Coach Mario Cristobal. He chewed out Kris Hutson for celebrating after making a big play, and ESPN’s Rod Gilmore made the player’s race a big issue.
NBA, San Fran Ignore Religious Freedom In Vaccine Dispute With Player
To many of us, the most important element of life is our religion. It influences every decision we make and helps guide our conscience in matters of right and wrong. Our Constitution protects the individual’s right to practice the freedom of religion, one of the many things that make this country so special. Unfortunately, the NBA and the city of San Francisco don’t care about people…
Today’s Big Racism Problem: Not Enough Black Women in Volleyball
This past summer, the U.S. women’s Olympic indoor volleyball team won its first gold medal in the event. But a left media outlet has turned the celebration of this milestone achievement into a race issue.
Claim: ESPN Flips Meaning of Diversity and Inclusion in Hiring
ESPN, more and more, seems like it has flipped the meaning of diversity and inclusion. According to Outkick columnist Bobby Burack, it’s become obvious that ESPN is giving blatant advantages to some over others in its hiring process.
English Soccer Team Gets Booed For Virtue Signaling In Poland
Plenty of athletes over the past year have kneeled to protest “racial injustice.” While this gesture of solidarity has generally been well-received, the English national soccer team was met with a different response on Wednesday night.
NFL: Ready, Set, Get Woke For 2021 Season!
The NFL continues to stubbornly beat its head against the wall and shrink its audience by promoting unpopular social justice messages. Does it care? No. The Associated Press confirmed that social justice will be a predominant theme again when the 2021 season begins Thursday night.
Jaguars Use Vaccine Status As Factor In Roster Cuts
NFL teams recently made their final 53-man roster cuts before the season begins on September 9. Making a team (or not) is usually based on your capabilities as an athlete, but one team partially made their personnel decisions based on the vaccination status of their players.
Chess & Racism; ESPN’s Kellerman Complains White Always Goes First
ESPN’s Max Kellerman is intent on scoring as many bat guano points as possible before he takes his exit from the daily First Take program. On Monday, he suggested that chess is a racist game because the white piece always starts the game first. He made this brilliant deduction while discussing whether or not the San Francisco 49ers should exclusively play their Super…
ESPN Fires Rachel Nichols For Comments Made a Year Ago
For five years, Rachel Nichols has been a regular on ESPN’s NBA coverage. In addition to hosting “The Jump,” Nichols could be seen reporting courtside at countless games interviewing countless players and coaches. She was an incredible asset to ESPN, but now she is out of a job because of a comment she made over a year ago.