ESPN is a compete and total fucking joke!
The libtard ass-hats at ESPN actually removed an announcer named Robert Lee from the University of Virginia home opener football game because his last name happened to be the same as a dead well-known racist slave-owning Democrat Confederate soldier.
These weak-ass ESPN pussies are the same brainless New Nazis trying to erase the racist slave-driving history of the Confederates – otherwise known as the Democrat party. Next, ESPN and the Democrats will make just speaking about their racist past a crime, and will start calling for burning history books.
I wonder how the dumb-asses at ESPN will handle a football game at Duke University? After all the school’s name is also the last name of infamous former KKK member David Duke.
Or how will ESPN handle Robert Ley, who shares the same name as an infamous Nazi official?
My guess is that after the shit that has just hit the fan over at ESPN with their handling of Robert Lee, that Ley will most likely stay on the air.
ESPN – What a bunch of pathetic nutless losers! I’m done with them!
Robert Lee lost something in Virginia — and 152 years later, another Robert Lee did, too.
The living Robert Lee, an ESPN broadcaster, was pulled from calling the University of Virginia home opener against William and Mary on Sept. 2 because he shares a name with the Confederate general at the center of unrest in Charlottesville.
“We collectively made the decision with Robert to switch games as the tragic events in Charlottesville were unfolding, simply because of the coincidence of his name,” Derek Volner, an ESPN spokesman, told The Washington Post in an emailed statement. “In that moment it felt right to all parties. It’s a shame that this is even a topic of conversation and we regret that who calls play by play for a football game has become an issue.”
Volner declined to say if the network made a preemptive decision or responded to outside pressure to pull Lee from the broadcast. Lee, a sportscaster for 20 years, began his career calling games at Syracuse, his alma mater. He is fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese, according to his online resume. He did not respond to a request for comment on Twitter and has not been made available for comment.
As President Trump was about to address a rally, the decision quickly generated mocking Internet memes and derisive jokes, but it wasn’t one that the Asian American Journalists Association felt crossed a line. “Although AAJA understands this was a personnel decision to reassign ESPN announcer Robert Lee to another event, it is unfortunate that someone’s name, particularly a last name that is common among Asian Americans, can be a potential liability,” the organization said Wednesday in an email to The Post. “We do not, however, believe this decision was motivated by race.”
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