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    Sen. Josh Hawley cursed out by ESPN insider after calling out NBA China hypocrisy (UPDATE)

    Sen. Josh Hawley cursed out by ESPN insider after calling out NBA China hypocrisy (UPDATE)

    In response, ESPN said they’d deal with Wajnarowski. Because that’s the problem here?
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    Friday, Sen. Hawley’s office sent a press release blasting the NBA for their support of China and lack of support for law enforcement and our armed services.

    ESPN insider Adrian Wajnarowski responded to the mass email with the f-bomb.

    Whether it was Hawley himself or the staffer running his account, the email was screen grabbed, and tweeted. And thus the drama began.

    In response, ESPN said they’d deal with Wajnarowski. Because that’s the problem here?

    Wajnarowski apologized, but again, it’s completely missing the actual point here:



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    JimWoo | July 10, 2020 at 9:20 pm

    I think the pro sports world is in for a rude awakening. They went political and on the wrong side.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | July 10, 2020 at 9:27 pm

    Pro sports? Is that the world’s oldest profession??????

    GatorGuy | July 11, 2020 at 12:11 pm

    Unless, unless . . . The ESPN commentator’s concise response to the senator was an intended, maybe coordinated expletive with, on first or second thought, the network’s blessing. See how this quite reasonably possible and oft-repeated, proved (some say, conspiracy; CCP-NBA-ESPN/Anybody else interested says, necessary and strategic) theory runs?

    Let ESPN insider Adrian Wajnarowski speak indirectly for any and all CCP-sponsored, $$$-making cronies — including, this theory runs, for ESPN and its vital ad-watching and consumer-product-consuming, basketball-loving public.

    Moreover, let all see what ESPN wants its viewers to feel: 1) we don’t do Republicans’ windows; 2) with your generally indifferent but particularly reliable support of an NBA steeped in a strong liquor of CCP influence, we’re inarticulate and not inclined to cogently defend, as would be civil, our pro-CCP, we’re-the-world sort of de facto citizenship; and you should all vote with your sympathies, accordingly, come November.

    We may never know the truth therein (and the depths to which our latent, now fully-fledged enemy is going to win the world in its very own, criminally ruthless, satanic way). What is that mythical, worldly lord’s favorite sin? Ah, yes, vanity: ours.

    What was Lenin/Stalin/Marx et als’ favorite irony generally, in one version or another? Capitalism will process the hemp and make the rope we’ll noose and use to hang it. Cynicism is this new game runs rampant.

    The CCP is certainly and fondly capitalistic, but it isn’t, by any stretch of the imagination, also free and brave, like we Trumpian-Americans want to remain. In the end, the CCP hates us, I reckon, because of that real distinction. They’re altogether ersatz, while we who still fight and resist their entire deviance are wholly and demonstrably the real deal.

    The CCP is intent on changing how the main, underlying game is played in the world arena and they’re finding plenty of willing, usefully idiotic, financial-quarter-obsessed fools around the world to participate.

    The bloodily costly, net-successful assaults on Normandy and Iwo Jima used to mean something to Americans. In our collective mind, their place in history kept us free and brave.

    Not so much anymore, not so much. Our very expensive vanity is increasingly over the top, and we’re paying our dues while we destroy our long-cherished, free and brave existence.

    The satanic, cynical and sadistic CCP is watching us self-destruct, and we’re too dismayed, maybe too indifferent to stop it, maybe.

    Or, maybe not. Four months to go.

    CapeBuffalo | July 11, 2020 at 1:36 pm

    As a somewhat athlete myself I have always enjoyed watching the power and physical grace of great athletes BUT once they attach political signs to their jerseys, expound on political ideas, attack politicians and people’ who don’t think like them then they have left the sports arena.
    I think that this time there will be financial repercussions for football, basketball and probably, baseball. Bluntly put, sports fans, who are mostly White, don’t like to be lectured on race and political ideology by millionaire Marxist’s and racial justice warriors.
    I, for one, have opted out.

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