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November 18, 2017
ESPN anchor accuses internet critics of being 'chickens---s'
ESPN Sportscenter anchor Scott Van Pelt thinks anyone who stops watching ESPN because of the political controversies generated by its far-left bias is a "chickens---" and are "so dumb that I can't even pray for you because you're beyond hope." Van Pelt rejects the idea that people have legitimate grievances with the network. Sports Illustrated: This make-believe world where everyone talks [s---] … this [s---]-talking, poke-you-in-the-chest virtual whatever it's just there's nothing more chicken [s---] than that, because it's the easiest thing in the world to do and again, if that's how people really felt, somewhere along the line, I would've intersected with someone that felt that way and came up and said, 'Hey, I think your show sucks. I think ESPN sucks and I think you guys are doomed.' Never. Not once. This is hysterical. A guy who lives and works in one of the most liberal states in the union...(Read Full Post)