First She Called Trump a ‘White Supremacist,’ Now ESPN Host Calls for Boycott of Dallas Cowboys

ESPN’s Jemele Hill is the host who labeled President Trump a ‘white supremacist’ and a ‘bigot.’

She was not disciplined in any fashion – even though others at the network have been fired for much less – due to both her minority and liberal privileges.

Yesterday, Vice President Mike Pence walked out of the Indianapolis Colts-San Francisco 49ers football game after witnessing several players kneel during the national anthem first hand. This didn’t sit well with 49ers safety Eric Reid, who claimed Pence was engaging in ‘systemic oppression.’

After learning of what Pence did, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that if any of his players knelt from here on out they’d be benched.

This didn’t sit well with Hill. She now says the Cowboys should be boycotted…

Here’s more on Hill’s antics from earlier, per Fox News:

ESPN denied a report that the network tried to replace Jemele Hill with another African-American host for a show Wednesday on the heels of Press Secretary Sarah Sanders calling the “SC6” anchor’s anti-Trump tweets a “fireable offense.”

Citing “two sources familiar with the situation,” Think Progress reported on Thursday that ESPN executives wanted to sideline Hill and reached out to other black hosts to fill her seat next to co-host Michael Smith. According to the website, Smith refused to do the show without her — and two African-American ESPN hosts declined to fill in.

“We never asked any other anchors to do last night’s show. Period,” an ESPN spokesperson told Fox News.

ESPN fired Curt Schilling for posting a meme about a transgender, while Mike Ditka was demoted from the network’s top football show for saying Obama sucked – but by all means, keep letting Jemele slide! SMH.

“Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists,” Hill, the face of ESPN’s “SC6,” a relatively new version of SportsCenter with an urban feel, tweeted.

H/T: Twitchy