After ESPN host Jemele Hill was suspended from the network for a period of two weeks following her second social media violation, leftist social media users who happily ignore everything the host had done that wasn’t in compliance with the rules have come forward accusing the network of racism.
Hill, who felt as if she was the victim in the scenario, took it to Twitter this Monday urging all of her followers to boycott advertisers for the Dallas Cowboys because head coach Jerry Jones told his players to stand for the National Anthem. Her first violation which was deemed inappropriate but not enough to get her in trouble with the network was when she called President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” over his harsh take on the kneeling NFL players, and now, her fast tongue appears to have gotten her in an even bigger mess.
And there is nothing more the leftist anti-Trump Social Media users love more than getting together and ranting against President Trump, his supporters and networks which don’t tolerate rude and insulting comments, which is why shortly after her suspension was announced, some people took it to Twitter to accuse ESPN of racism, making it seem as if the network suspended Jemele Hill because she was black, and from what can be seen below, these people didn’t hold back on harsh words:
So ESPN suspends Jemele Hill. Now if you don't think theres a war on African Americans in this country. You're living under a rock.
— Tim McTyer (@timmctyer) October 9, 2017
So 45 advocates NFL protests and it’s cool, but when Jemele Hill does it, it’s a suspendible issue. I see what’s going on here.
— Brick By Brick (@CoryTownes) October 9, 2017
YOU HAVE TO BE F&*!@#$G KIDDING ME!! THEY SUSPENDED @jemelehill?? Sis…we are with you.
— Symone D. Sanders (@SymoneDSanders) October 9, 2017
Jerry Jones not getting suspended for threatening free speech and @jemelehill suspended for speaking freely is what kneeling is all about.
— Jeff Eisenband (@JeffEisenband) October 9, 2017
— Christopher Rosario (@reprosario128) October 9, 2017
— Joanna Gasiorowska (@JoGasiorowska) October 9, 2017
— Robert Littal (@BSO) October 9, 2017
ESPN thought it was a good idea￼ to suspend @jemelehill on a day we celebrate the genocide of the natives of this land for combating racism
— Xilla Valentine (@BlogXilla) October 9, 2017
This Jemele Hill suspension is one of several recent attempts to silence and intimidate Black people who dare resist. Pay attention folks.
— Derrick Clifton (@DerrickClifton) October 9, 2017