September 03, 2018

ESPN hits Tiger Woods with “unbelievable” race-baiting over apolitical Trump remarks

Ben DaviesRebel Host | Rebel Reel Reviews

Unless you’re living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the “controversial” comments Tiger Woods made at a press conference in answer to a loaded question about his relationship with President Trump.


After playing 72 holes, an exhausted Woods calmly answered a politicized question, designed to get a specific response, in a very apolitical way, causing Max Kellerman and Stephen A. Smith of ESPN’s “First Take” to completely lose their minds.

Kellerman was “angered” and left sputtering incoherently over the response from Woods that we should simply respect the Office of the Presidency and Smith immediately pulled the race card noting that Woods is “Cablinasian”, not Black.

Unbelievable. Injecting race and identity politics into sports is so counterproductive to the goal of bringing people together and what ESPN is doing only divides us.

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commented 2018-09-04 19:27:48 -0400
They badgered him until they got an answer & then when he didn’t give the answer they wanted they went into full meltdown mode. Viewers are leaving outlets like ESPN & CNN because they’ve become too worthless to watch anymore.
commented 2018-09-04 01:37:22 -0400
george zvanitajs they are insulting and dishonoring the flag and the military , they are scumbags. We will have to agree to disagree then. I despise Justin and what Canada is becoming doe snot mean i would kneel for the anthem.
commented 2018-09-03 22:18:09 -0400
New name,same troll nonsense .
commented 2018-09-03 22:08:35 -0400
Amy is back…..In drag.
commented 2018-09-03 21:57:27 -0400
Alberta Maga,the points you make about players being at work and protesting has little to do with the issue but I can understand why some spectators would rather not see these type of activities at what should be a non-political, fun event. I guess we will have to agree to disagree;; however, when the President of the United States calls fellow Americans sons of bitches for practicing their rights, it is hard to take his position seriously. I am sure he could have made the same point in a much less offensive manner.
commented 2018-09-03 18:14:26 -0400
George Zvanitajs you are absolutely WRONG! The players are infantile and they can protest on their own time. They are at work , people do not pay to see their BS! Trump has tweeted appropriately.
commented 2018-09-03 16:07:23 -0400
Alberta Maga, you are absolutely right. The players are participating in a legal, if somewhat controversial protest, which is their right. Trump is the one that has politicized the issue through his outrageous comments and infantile tweets.
commented 2018-09-03 15:24:51 -0400
Great answer and let the ignorant leftists froth all they want.
commented 2018-09-03 15:19:32 -0400
George Zvanitajs WRONG!That is what the players are doing, Trump is simply responding to it.
commented 2018-09-03 13:12:38 -0400
“Injecting race and identity politics into sports is so counterproductive to the goal of bringing people together”. This is exactly what Donald Trump is doing with his attack on mostly black NFL players for their kneeling during the anthem protest.
commented 2018-09-03 12:20:54 -0400
The perfect answer to an idiotic question. Only opinion I want to hear from Tiger is about what he is good at, Golf. Celebrities should STFU about every thing they are not famous for. I place zero value on their opinions regarding politics, science and economics.
commented 2018-09-03 12:15:40 -0400
Tiger Woods should stick to playing with his little balls.
commented 2018-09-03 12:13:19 -0400
So in their minds Hillary- good. Trump- vermin, and what he has accomplished for American’s is worse than despicable.. ..so triggered it has addled their brains.

The race baiting was sickening. The black announcer saying Tiger wasn’t really black is a disgusting racist.

Kudos to Tiger, he handled it like a normal. Normal’s everywhere stand up and be counted!
commented 2018-09-03 11:48:57 -0400
During his career, Wayne Gretzky always deflected leading questions like this by saying something like “Aw, shucks, I’m ‘just’ a hockey player…”
I used to think he did this because he was a simpleton, but maybe it’s really because he was a genius.
commented 2018-09-03 11:33:50 -0400
Make that liberals ruin everything, much better.
commented 2018-09-03 11:27:42 -0400
Obama deported 3 million people. That is 3 with six zeros after it. EPSN kept pretty quiet. Whistling in the wind?

What about all the children that Obama’s administration separated from their parents, this including bussing children to different parts of the US where most disappeared into the population, or worse.

Then again, maybe we should consider that Max Kellerman may have had one shot too many to his cranium when he forgot his football helmet for “the big game”.

Stick to sports. That is what ESPN is about. Jock talk. Don’t get into perspicacious thought. One might confuse his golf score with his IQ.

Here is a loaded question: Max Kellerman, what is your opinion about beating your wife? Ya, he would be offended by the question, and we might be offended by his answer no matter how he responds. And the question puts him is a really bad light.
commented 2018-09-03 11:20:15 -0400
What, they didn’t call Tiger an “Uncle Tom”? They clearly restrained themselves. Liberals run everything.
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