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ESPN Drops Colin Cowherd Over Comments On Dominicans In Baseball

ESPN's Colin Cowherd becomes second Paula Deen this weekend

ESPN’s Colin Cowherd becomes second Paula Deen this weekend

By Hunter Wallace

Consumed with the 2015 League of the South National Conference, I haven’t even had the time yet to properly digest the news of what happened to Hulk Hogan, and now this:

“ESPN dropped the radio host Colin Cowherd on Friday, hours after he had clumsily tried to explain comments he made on his show Thursday that seemed to denigrate the intelligence of Dominicans in baseball.

The abrupt end to Cowherd’s career at ESPN came as he was preparing to leave for a television job at Fox Sports 1. He was negotiating to leave on July 31 under a deal that would have given him an early release from a contract that expires on Dec. 31 and would have absolved ESPN from paying him any further, two people briefed on the talks said. He is expected to begin at Fox by the start of the N.F.L. season…”

Cowherd, too?

The WWE’s purge of Hulk Hogan was a topic that was heavily discussed around the water cooler at the League conference this weekend. It comes two years after The Food Network memorably fired Paula Deen during the 2013 national conference.

There is certainly an element of truth to the enemy’s charge that we are a “hate group.” I can honestly say that I despise SJWs and craven corporations that cater to their every ridiculous whim and Twitter witch hunt. I really and truly do hate our oversensitive culture and America’s spoiled brats and PC social justice point scoring crybabies who are perpetually offended by everything.


Note: BTW, Caitlyn Jenner’s New Kardashian reality television show “I am Cait!” debuts on the E! Network tonight at 7:00 PM. In 2014 and 2015, Michael Sam and Caitlyn Jenner won ESPN’s Espy award for courage. In addition to trashing Donald Trump, who is surging in the polls for having the backbone to stand up to these people, that’s something to chew on when college football resumes in the fall.