Breitbart's Curt Schilling: ESPN's “Jemele Hill has always been a racist”

Schilling: Disney and ESPN “support liberal racism”

From the September 13 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Like you, I'm outraged over the comments. And when I think of all the different firings that have happened over at ESPN over the years, including yours, and I'm thinking “OK, why didn't she get fired?”

CURT SCHILLING: Let's be very clear about something. Jemele Hill has always been a racist -- the things that she says, the things that she does -- I don't have a problem with the fact that Jemele Hill is racist, that Bomani Jones is racist, and Colin Kaepernick knelt for a lie, and that Disney and ESPN, who they own, support liberal racism. I have a problem with them lying about it, and acting as if it's not true.


HANNITY: I'm not advocating for her to get fired, I just -- I'm advocating not to have a double standard.

SCHILLING: No, we don't care -- here's the thing, Sean. The left -- let me ask you a question, Sean. You remember the Rep. Scalise being shot at the Republican softball practice?

HANNITY: Of course.

SCHILLING: What was -- what was the first three words you heard about the brave officer that shot the shooter? Black, female, lesbian, none of those three things had anything to do with anything that happened.


Sean, the left is the party of identity politics, everything they do and say is based on your race, your religion, your sexual -- hey, let's be very clear about something. I was fired because I compared Islamic extremists to Nazis, which factually is true. I was fired because I said that men should use the men's room to go to the bathroom, something I was taught when I grew up. I don't need the government to tell me those things.


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