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Cartoon NAILS ESPN’s hypocrisy over firing Curt Schilling

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Curt Schilling is no stranger to controversy, but it wasn’t until just the other week that his strong conservative views put him out of a job.

Technically speaking, it wasn’t even his own comments that got him into trouble – just sharing an image on Facebook to which the PC Police took offense.

They were far more forgiving eight years ago when one of their anchors went on an anti-Christian tirade, who received a mere week-long suspension. But as one of A.F. Branco’s latest cartoon shows, that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to ESPN’s hypocrisy…

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For anyone curious on the details of the Ray Lewis case, he was indicted on murder and aggregated assault charges for a double-murder in 2000. They were dropped as part of a plea deal, but he did admit to lying to police that he wasn’t at the scene of the murder during questioning.  He also paid a $250,000 fine to the NFL, the highest ever for a non-substance abuse-related charge.

If only Ray Lewis were a Republican, he might have been out of a job.

[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]
People are noticing something VERY ODD about Hillary's recent photos...

People are noticing something VERY ODD about Hillary's recent photos...

BREAKING: HE'S IN

BREAKING: HE'S IN