Thousands responded to Hill's comments and the conversation eventually pivoted to the White House and Trump.
The African-American anchor tweeted on Monday that he was the "most ignorant, offensive president of my lifetime". She didn't just call him a white supremacist. Instead they're pushing them away, saying they're white supremacists - you're not welcome here. He is not a leader. "And if he were not white, he never would have been elected", she ranted.
In the latest manifestation of the sad phenomenon, SportsCenter co-host Jemele Hill called President Trump and his supporters white supremacists.
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It would have been nice to see ESPN support Hill for her very reasonable comments, but again, they are a business and it's not that unusual for them to take a more neutral stance here. "Well, it's a threat to me", she added.
Jemele Hill is unapologetic in her beliefs.
Beyond the statement, it was not clear Tuesday if Hill would face discipline for her Monday night Twitter activity.
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Hill, a Michigan State alum and former Detroit Free Press sportswriter, now is a co-anchor on the 6 p.m. "SportsCenter", along with Michael Smith.
Amid subscriber losses, ESPN has increasingly been accused of pushing a "liberal" political agenda, accusations Hill has often been at the center of.
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As a result, this limp biscuit of a statement was put out yesterday when the social media fires were too hot to ignore. "I think people are looking for bias, and opinion, and information that in some way involves some hidden signal or indication that there's a political bias in one direction or another". Marginalized communities, we're always asked to be polite, we're always asked to compromise, we're always asked not to say certain things - while other individuals are allowed to say whatever they want.
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