by TRENT BAKER
Wednesday on Sean Hannity’s nationally syndicated radio show, former Major League Baseball pitcher Curt Schilling weighed in on ESPN “SportsCenter: SC6” co-host Jemele Hill’s tweets accusing President Trump of being a “white supremacist.”
Schilling, who was fired from ESPN for sharing his political beliefs, said Hill “has always been a racist.”
He added that ESPN’s Bomani Jones is also a racist, and ESPN is acting like their support of “liberal racism” is not true.
“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,” Schilling told Hannity. “I have a problem with them lying about it, and acting as if it’s not true.”