Dogshit ESPN suspends Jemele Hill for being real about dogshit Jerry Jones

  • Dogshit ESPN suspends Jemele Hill for being real about dogshit Jerry Jones

Dogshit ESPN suspends Jemele Hill for being real about dogshit Jerry Jones

News rapidly spread across the 'Net regarding the two-week suspension of ESPN host Jemele Hill over a second violation of social media guidelines reportedly aligning with the sports network.

Hill's latest Tweets concerned Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones' remarks that any player that didn't stand respectfully for the anthem wouldn't play.

ESPN referred to those comments as "inappropriate, " but accepted Hill's sentiments.

After sports personality Jemele Hill called Donald Trump a "White Supremacist" on Twitter Monday, her employer ESPN has sent out a statement Tuesday saying her views didn't reflect those of the network.

"She previously acknowledged letting her colleagues and company down with an impulsive tweet, " the statement read.

Hill is the co-host of the 3 p.m. PDT "SportsCenter" with Michael Smith. "Period." The Dallas Morning News reported that two Cowboys players had raised their fists toward the end of the anthem before the Green Bay game.

James Miller, an author who wrote the a book on ESPN's history, "Those Guys Have All The Fun, " tweeted Monday that Jones did not ask for Hill to be suspended. "If there's anything that is disrespectful to the flag, then we will not play", said Jones on Sunday after his team sustained a hard loss to the Green Bay Packers. And then, she suggested fans could boycott companies which advertise with the Dallas Cowboys as a way to change such a policy.

The protests have taken on a decidedly different tone in recent weeks after President Trump accused the players of being anti-American and calling for owners across the league to "fire" any player who protests.

ESPN, however, stood by Hill and decided not to punish her.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called Hill's comments a fireable offense. My regret is that my comments and the public way I made them painted ESPN in an unfair light. Period. He is unqualified and unfit to be president. First is that ESPN has a miserable habit of relying on suspensions, a tactic that helps no one - not the organization, not the supposedly misbehaving party, not the business model.