By saying adios to two of the most woke players in the National Football League the Seattle Seahawks just got quieter and the New York Daily News just got louder. Daily News race-baiter Carron J. Phillips wants his readers to believe that by unloading Michael Bennett and Richard Sherman the Seahawks are the latest example of America's fear of woke athletes.

Carron J. Phillips is as inventive as any race-baiter who ever came down the pike. The overly sensitive New York Daily News sports columnist only has one card in his deck and it's a giant-sized race card. With a hairpin trigger finger, he's ready to play it at the drop of a hat. Or, in this case, a hat turned slightly to the side of one baseball player's head. You won't believe how he turned a molehill into Mt. Everest.

On Sunday's Fox & Friends, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes assessed that committee's Democratic minority memo issued Saturday in response to the Republican memo published in early February as "scary." He also had harsh words for the establishment press, which has dishonestly pretended that the Dems' memo refutes the GOP's effort: "The media in this country is dead."

In the immediate aftermath of Wednesday’s school shooting at a Parkland, Florida high school, the liberal media sprinted to push gun control while vigorously waving a ridiculous school shooting statistic put out by the anti-gun lobbyist group, Everytown for Gun Safety. According to their numbers, there had been 18 school shootings since the start of 2018. The only problem? It was bogus. So much so, even the liberal Washington Post found the need to call out them and the rest of the media.

The Winter Olympics were a mess from the get-go, and the blame rests with Vice President Mike Pence. He politicized the Games by hijacking the NFL players' protests when he remained seated during the introduction of the Unified Korean team during the opening ceremonies. Pence's high visibility at the Winter Games in South Korea is making him the prime target of many in the media, including Carron J. Phillips, sports writer for the New York Daily News.

Sunday's Super Bowl is far more than a battle of AFC and NFC champs. Evan Grossman, of The New York Daily News, calls it a matchup between two franchises from polar opposite ends of the political spectrum, a clash between one of the most socially conscious teams in the NFL — and President Trump’s favorite football franchise. Grossman's characterization of Team Woke and Team Trump is based on flimsy "evidence."

The Department of Justice announced Friday that Rene Boucher, the person who attacked and seriously injured Kentucky GOP Senator Rand Paul 2-1/2 months ago, has been charged with a federal felony and admitted to the attack. Several press accounts are crowing that the DOJ's announcement proves that the attack was not politically motivated. It does no such thing.

To New York Daily News sports writer and racial conspiracy theorist Carron J. Phillips, the white helicopters are on the way and they're coming after black quarterbacks in college and pro football. White people who offer any criticism about black quarterback prospects are really nothing more than racists.

It's so easy to be a liberal sports writer or broadcaster. If you want to go political, you can either spout Democratic Party talking points, or you can allow leftist sports figures like the nitwit Charles Barkley to do it for you. You just accept leftist narratives as gospel, no questions asked. Barkley did that Christmas night during a TNT broadcast of an NBA game when he ripped on Republicans and the tax cut.

On the same day that net neutrality was repealed, a net neutrality obsessed reporter for the New York Daily News was arrested for going on a drunken rampage at a hospital. The New York Post published the details of sad saga yesterday in Daily News reporter arrested after drunken melee at hospital:

The beating Alabama took from Auburn in college football this fall pales in comparison to the thrashing Crimson Tide Coach Nick Saban took today from the New York Daily News. On-again/off-again sports writer Chuck Modiano excoriated Saban for not speaking out against Roy Moore, the Republican loser in Tuesday's special U.S. Senate election.

Which do you prefer to see: badly injured football players lying motionless on stretchers or angry football players taking a knee during the national anthem? This Hobson's Choice is provided courtesy of NFL protest apologist Evan Grossman of the New York Daily News' sports desk.