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ESPN Off The Rails: POTUS is Racist for Preferring Jordan to LeBron?

Donald Trump has been the main target of the entire media circus for the better part of 3 years now; first as a long shot, unorthodox politician, and now as a popular, populist President.

His meteoric rise to power was a stressful one for the nation.  The left was being forced to support one of the most crooked, establishment candidates of all time, simply because she rigged her own primary to get there, while the right was coming to grips with the fact the Trump had just run roughshod over the entire RNC and the rest of the primary hopefuls.  During this time, one of the most ridiculous staples of the media opposition to Donald Trump was born: That he is racist, particularly against immigrants.

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So, after the President and NBA star LeBron James got into it over Twitter, liberal-leaning “sports” network ESPN has declared the President a racist once again for disagreeing with James.

“First Take” moderator Molly Qerim posed the question if it is “fair” to say race has something to do with Trump’s remarks.

“Yes, it is [fair]. It would be unfair to say that race does not play a part,” Kellerman replied.

He continued, “Of course race plays a part. Look, what’s really going on here [is] LeBron James says the president is using sport to divide us. No, not to divide us — to distract us. Every time Robert Mueller gets closer in his investigation and the circle tightens around the president, he distracts us. National Anthem or whatever else it is, or else why didn’t he bring up LeBron James?”

The insanity of this thought process is highlighted by the fact that the President then endorsed the idea that Michael Jordan may have been a better basketball player later in the same tweet.

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