The most liberal sports network is at it again.
This time, they’re going to force President Obama down the throats of Americans with a brand new special, memorializing the president’s fascination of sports.
Just in case you had forgotten how obscenely biased and liberal ESPN is, well, they’ve reminded us yet again.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the sports network that had vowed to become less overtly-liberal will feature a tribute to the “sports fandom,” of President Barack Obama. According to a press release, the program will feature, “segments saluting the “First Fan” only a few days before he leaves the presidency, ending his historic eight years as the first African-American to hold the office. Michael Eaves will anchor the program.”
The segments showcased will include, “The World Series champion Chicago Cubs will visit the White House on MLK Day, with the ceremony airing live on ESPN’s Outside the Lines at 1 p.m. Highlights of the event and other championship team visits during Obama’s presidency will air during SportsCenter.
“Obama’s love of basketball will be highlighted in a feature that includes his participation with ESPN’s Andy Katz in selecting brackets for the NCAA men’s and women’s college basketball tournaments during his presidency.
“ESPN’s Michael Wilbon, co-host of Pardon the Interruption, discusses the significance and legacy of Obama’s presidency.”
Expect ESPN’s viewership and subscriber-base to tank after this — just like the last time they aired a special glorifying Obama.
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