Writer and podcast host Jemele Hill has recently said that everyone who votes for President Donald Trump is a racist and that they have no wiggle room. This led many people to remind her that her own mother voted for Trump in 2016. Yikes.
Hill’s tweet had a perfectly clear message that, regardless of race or reason, if you vote for Trump, you’re a racist. Many people responded, a large portion being people of color, saying that they are voting for Trump no matter how much the left screams.
Now let us remind you of an actual quote from the opposing presidential candidate Joe Biden who she fully supports and endorses. “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” And that’s NOT racist?
Also, accusing people of being racist just because they disagree with you actually makes YOU the racist. But hey, that’s every Liberal, right?
Her tweet appeared after watching Fox News’ Chris Wallace interview the President, as she had just written a few minutes earlier, “Fox News truly doesn’t deserve Chris Wallace.”
Hill also defines her ideal definition of racism through Boston University professor and Atlantic writer Ibram X. Kendo’s definition of it. “Racist: One who is supporting a racist policy through their actions or inaction or expressing a racist idea.”
She has also tweeted that her mother was her total opposite when it came to politics. “Yes, my mother voted for Trump. She’s been voting Republican since post Bill Clinton,” Hill tweeted.
Hill’s history with Donald Trump and his supporters has been a profoundly clear message, though it has jeopardized many of the companies she worked for. While she was still working for ESPN, she called the President a “white supremacist” leading the network to publicly chastise her for violating the network’s social media policy.
She was suspended for two weeks when she committed a second violation in suggesting fans boycott the Cowboys’ advertisers who didn’t like that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Stones’ stance was against kneeling during the national anthem. President Trump even attacked ESPN for Hill’s outrageous comments and demanded an apology. “ESPN is paying a really big price for its politics (and bad programming). People are dumping it in RECORD numbers. Apologize for untruth,” Trump tweeted.
Hill has since left ESPN and now writes for Atlantic, where her political views are welcomed and unfiltered. She signed to work on an ESPN project and will be a producer for the upcoming documentary series about former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Safe to say that Jemele Hill is ignorant and unhinged. Her words are hate filled nonsense and desperate when fighting for the liberal spotlight. But hey, if people want to vote for a party who recently kneeled in the clothes of African Slave traders, then go right ahead. The left have started using the word “racist” as a synonym for “Republican” anyway.