Disney’s ESPN sports network continues to go political at the risk of alienating conservatives in their audience by acting like Obama’s house organ for leftist propaganda.
From ESPN hosts Mike Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser golfing with Obama, America’s first Marxist wannabe dictator and then comparing freedom-loving Americans in the pro-Constitution Tea Party movement to Islamic terrorists — specifically ISIS — to the punishment of legendary former major league baseball pitcher Curt Schilling for tweeting a politically incorrect meme, “coincidentally” against ISIS, ESPN has become the defacto propaganda arm for the Obama Regime.
Disney’s ESPN has done it again, tweeting praise for the former brutal dictator of communist Cuba Fidel Castro on Sunday, the day that “coincidentally” Obama arrived to visit the anti-freedom communist country.
A tweet from SportsCenter, one of the programs on the “sports” network, called Fidel Castro a “Savior and scourge,” and “many things to many people,” while complimenting the dictator for his love of sports.
As you might imagine, ESPN came under virtual fire for the tweet, causing the Obama mouthpiece to cower and immediately remove the tweet.
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) March 20, 2016
. @SportsCenter That Hitler, say what you will, but he sure loved pie.
— Ben White (@morningmoneyben) March 20, 2016
So the replies to that @SportsCenter tweet are… EPIC.
God, I love my fellow Americans.
— A.J. Delgado (@AJDelgado13) March 20, 2016
@SportsCenter “Harsh Communist Dictator…But, he loved his sports! What a guy! Give him an ESPY for courage!” – ESPN
— Bonda (@BenOndaTop) March 20, 2016
@SportsCenter if Hitler loved sports would you guys run a piece on him?
— John Cameron Hall (@JohnCameronHall) March 20, 2016
— JUPITER 1776 (@JUPITER1776) March 21, 2016
— BKI®~Ar4thstar© (@HEHF1) March 20, 2016
ESPN is ruining its already crashing reputation by mixing politics and sports. When people tune into sports, they are looking to be entertained and to perhaps escape politics — not be indoctrinated with cultural Marxism.
h/t: The Blaze