Jamele Hill rants that President Trump is a 'white supremacist' et al; keeps her job at ESPN

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Published by: Herman Cain on Wednesday September 13th, 2017

Of course.

ESPN anchor Jemele Hill is the latest example of the media saying something over and over, and often enough that others will pick it up in the media and the public as fact, when it's a blatant lie.

I know, because it happened to me when I ran for president.

I was repeatedly accused of sexual harassment while the media had no proof, and no corroboration of the accusers' stories whatsoever!

Now, the biased illiterates in the media are doing it to President Trump, and Jemele Hill is picking up the "white supremacist and racist" label based on nothing but what she has heard repeatedly in the anti-Trump media. 

Jemele Hill has probably never met President Trump, just as none of the media vultures knew me, nor did they bother to get the truth. They don't care about the truth. They only care about their agenda of trying to destroy someone they do not agree with. I was a threat to the establishment, and so is Trump.

Some people can simply look past this vulgar and false non-journalism, but I can't! The future of this country is at stake, and it can't be based on lies sprinkled throughout the media world. I thought sports reported on sports, but obviously that's changing 

ESPN issued a half-assed disclaimer of her statement, but she keeps her job. In at least two instances of ESPN personalities expressing conservative views, the personalities were fired! This tells you something about the executive culture at ESPN, and the ownership of that well-known brand ... Disney!

I have never even seen her show, and now I never will. But look at the media attention she gets by making an insulting and false statement about the president of the United States of America. 

I know that one viewer who chooses to not watch ESPN will not make a difference in the big scheme of the media entertainment world, but I will be watching a lot less of ESPN. 

I can live without ESPN, and I will. Just as I'm living without ABC, CBS, NBC and CNN so-called news. The business channels are so refreshing!

The liberal lies and the ignorant mud ain't sticking here!

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