Accuracy in Media

Jemele Hill, the ESPN personality that stirred controversy by accusing President Donald Trump of being a white supremacist, is now officially back at work after being suspended by her employer.

Hill was suspended due to calling for a boycott of advertisers of NFL games, which would affect her employer. ESPN airs NFL games on its Monday Night Football program.

“I deserved a suspension. … I violated the policy,” she said of the decision. “Going forward, we’ll be in a good, healthy place.”

She added that her comments “put ESPN in a bad spot.”




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Comments

  • mioahu

    She violated a policy, she was not wrong… at least that’s what she says. All these pathetic unamerican leftist agitators should be shipped to some country where there is discrimination. People from those countries look at the minority communities that cry racism and shake their head in disbelief.

  • Tim

    She should look for another job because her unbiased credibility is history and no o ne will ever believe her again