The scandal-plagued sports network ESPN is suffering another blow -- the resignation of its left-wing president. John Skipper, described in the Washington Post as a “gangly, Southern hippie,” announced his decision to resign as president of ESPN and co-chairman of Disney Media Networks on Monday, December 18. He cited a “substance addiction” as the main reason for his resignation.



In the liberal media world, it’s fashionable nowadays to say that Donald Trump is a racist. So in the aftermath of the NFL anthem protest, the racism accusations only doubled in length and stupidity.

 



Here’s another entry for the “Just When You Think You’ve Seen It All Department:” Former tennis professional and ESPN broadcaster Doug Adler has filed a lawsuit against the company because he was fired due to confusion regarding his use of the word “guerrilla” while describing an aggressive play by an African-American tennis champion.



ESPN isn’t really a sports channel anymore, according to MRC’s Vice President of Business and Culture Dan Gainor.

ESPN has “shifted from sports to become the Extra Stupid Progressive Network,” Gainor said. He told Intelligence Report anchor Trish Regan that the sports network “does not live in the real world.”

 


ESPN sigue con su costumbre de inyectar políticas de izquierda a su cobertura de eventos en el mundo deportivo. En esta ocasión, la cadena decidió aportar opiniones a su cobertura de la inducción al Salón de la Fama del Beisbol del receptor legendario Iván "Pudge Rodríguez".



ESPN continues its trend of injecting left-wing politics into its coverage of events in the sporting world. This time, the network decided to add its political two cents to its coverage of MLB legend Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez' induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame.



ESPN's determination to dig its own grave continues to move at high speed. On Tuesday, SportsCenter 6 co-host Michael Smith intensely overreacted to the racist actions of a small contingent fans at a Major League Baseball game at Boston's Fenway Park, using what they did to tag every city in America as "racist."



Who needs left-wing advocacy groups when ESPN will do the job for them at no cost? Jeremy Schaap, host of ESPN Radio's The Sporting Life, was once again a reliable ally for the LGBT agenda when he promoted the transgender movement in a recent broadcast about a high school wrestling champion.



It appears as though ESPN is finally taking a stand against anthem/flag protests at football games. Well, at least the Fayetteville, North Carolina ESPN affiliate which carries East Carolina football is taking a stand.



Several Dolphins players took a knee during the National Anthem on Sunday. This did not sit well with model and actress Kate Upton, and she let the Dolphins know about it on Twitter.



Apparently we’ve arrived at the point in social media history, where not sending a congratulatory tweet about the legalization of gay marriage means you are anti-gay.



ESPN’s The Undefeated invited Georgetown Sociology Professor and frequent MSNBC guest Michael Eric Dyson to write an article on Colin Kaepernick. Because, after all, what the heck is the difference between ESPN, Georgetown Professors, and MSNBC anyway?