Monday, July 13, 2020

Show-Me Senator Hawley Focused On NBA & China Connections Not Newsie Flamewar

The Missouri senator attempts a crossover refocus as a corporate broadcasting giant would rather bench one of their own than look at SYSTEMIC American sports issues. Read more:

Sen. Josh Hawley against ESPN suspending Adrian Wojnarowski

Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) may have been the one to out ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski for sending him a profane email, but he apparently didn't want the NBA insider to get suspended over it. "@espn don't suspend a reporter, ask tough question of @NBA about their pro-#China, anti-America bias.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

He should be fired, they’d hang a trump supporter.

Anonymous said...

Hah too late Senator Karen already looks like a huge bitch for by sending the email to Woj's manager.

Anonymous said...

Gets Hawley a headline, and saves him having to waster his time looking for something that would benefit the State of Missouri.

Anonymous said...

The NBA is OK with players criticizing the US but criticizing China is off limits. Free speech is always supported as long as one agrees with it or it doesn't risk loss of profit.

Anonymous said...

Damn, China is living rent free in the head of Joshie. Seems like a trade deficit to me.

Anonymous said...

They should make a Hawley movie...
"Mr. Smurf Goes To Washington"!

Anonymous said...

I gotta think Joshie was the nerdy kid at Rockhurst who thought he was smarter than everyone else.

Anonymous said...

Judging by the ESPN reporter's primal response with a seemingly limited grasp of the English language, I'm surprised he writes anything worth reading.

Anonymous said...

This ESPN guy is a major suck-up to all the NBA players. He wanted to show how tough he is on anyone questioning the do-anything-for-money league. Anything for the all-mighty dollar. The players would sell their grandmothers to the Chinese labor camps if they thought they would make a buck.

Anonymous said...

The players would sell their fathers to Chinese labor camps, if they knew who they were.

Anonymous said...

NBA players don't mind bending over and taking it up the wazoo from their despicable Chinese overlords for money. Way to take the high road, guys!

Anonymous said...

"Fucking NBA pandering to China" - me and every other TKC poster as we type on our Chinese built cell phones and have our inexpensive everyday Chinese made products littering our house.

We're so fucking woke with our anti China tho.

Anonymous said...

We're all waiting for Apple to get "woke" and put their money where their mouth is and build an iPhone plant in South Chicago. Those people need jobs more than about anything to get them out of their crappy lives. It's not cops destroying them day after day. Maybe those rich NBA players can start something in those areas with their millions.

Anonymous said...

All of Corporate America needs to start building manufacturing plants in the hardest-hit U.S. minority neighborhoods. This is the single biggest thing they can do to help minorities. Everything else is just putting lipstick on a pig. We don't want to hear how you've named a new Diversity & Inclusion Officer at your company. Do something of substance, like bringing hundreds of jobs to the inner cities of America.