Sports Teams See Chauvin Verdict as Mandate For MORE Social Justice
Almost to a team, this week’s conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is seen as a mandate to double down on social justice activism. USA Today said the verdict was centuries in the making. Sports Illustrated saw the world breathing a sigh of relief.
NCAA Urged by USA Today to Pull Events From ‘Anti-Trans’ State
USA Today ultra-leftist Nancy Armour swung a big bat Tuesday, verbally bludgeoning hateful, ignorant conservative state lawmakers working to protect women’s sports. She accused them of trying to “otherize” trans athletes and open a new front in the culture war, repeated LGBT talking points and urged the NCAA to hurt conservative states in the pocketbook.
NBA Coach Likens Cancel Culture to Germany Stamping out Nazism
Cancel culture is not the loss of a Major League Baseball all-star game. It’s the erasing of Black lives, says USA Today race and inequality writer Mike Freeman. In the same story, and in the aftermath of Sunday’s police killing of Daunte Wright in Minneapolis, NBA coach Doc Rivers said Germany cleaned up its racism, but the U.S. has yet to do the same.
USA Today FIRES 'Diversity & Inclusion Editor' for Anti-White Tweet
In the aftermath of the deadly mass shooting at a Colorado supermarket, some overheated leftists on Twitter insisted the suspect had to be a white guy. The surprise contestant in this ragefest was the "Diversity and Inclusion Editor" for USA Today Sports, Hemal Jhaveri. She tweeted: “It’s always an angry white man. Always.” We can't be inclusive enough to imagine it's possible it…
USA Today Bludgeons Oral Roberts For ‘Archaic’ Christian Values
Attacking the values of Christian universities is now an annual rite and ritual of March Madness media coverage. With “archaic” rules that are wildly out of touch with modern society, Oral Roberts University (ORU) is called out for banning by USA Today’s For The Win publication.
NAACP Scalds NFL For Refusing To Cancel ‘Racist,’ 'Dangerous' Fox
NAACP today stands for the National Association for the Advancement of Cancellation People. The Association’s President and CEO Derrick Johnson demanded that the NFL cancel its relationship with Fox – calling it a hateful, divisive and racist organization – rather than renewing broadcast rights with the network.
WHERE Is the Scrutiny? Press Lapdogs Protect Pelosi From Riot Scrutiny
The Speaker of the House has the power to appoint Members of the House of her own party to a House committee. Why is this important? When we talk about the Capitol Hill riot, it’s an important detail.
LeBron, BLM Activists Launch New Attack on ‘Voter Suppression’
LeBron James and USA Today are declaring war on election integrity efforts as “voter suppression” by exploiting the NBA’s all-star game weekend. His More Than A Vote video portrays Black Lives Matter thugs as defenders of democracy battling against white supremacists.
NYT 'Updates' Their Fake News on Capitol Police Officer's Death
The New York Times has quietly placed “updates” in their articles about the Capitol Police officer whom they reported had been bludgeoned to death by a violent pro-Trump mob during January 6th’s riot.
Capitol Rioter Exonerates Kaepernick, Says USA Today
Liberal journalists are so desperate in their attempts to exonerate Colin Kaepernick of anti-Americanism that one of them is now using the Jan. 6 Capitol riot to do just that. USA Today Race and Inequality Editor Mike Freeman has a new column out today tying a single Capitol rioter to hypocrites who demonized Colin Kaepernick for disrespecting the flag in 2016.
USA Today Fumes Over NBA’s National Anthem Reversal
On Wednesday, the left-wingers at USA Today were toasting the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks for pulling the plug on the national anthem. Today, they are angry with the league and the team for dropping the ball on wokeness, reversing course and reinstating the Star Spangled Banner league wide.
Newsmax, NY Post Reporters Hammer Psaki on Antifa, Teachers Unions
Friday’s White House briefing sent Press Secretary Jen Psaki into the weekend on another pesky note as she offered a litany of non-answers and snarky comebacks at reporters who asked questions about Antifa, coronavirus relief, immigration, schools, and the administration’s beloved teachers unions. The New York Post’s Steven Nelson was the reporter who got under Psaki’s skin even though…
USA Today Strips the Football, Covers Super Bowl Gentlemen's Clubs
Nothing demonstrates how sports writing has changed over the years like the Super Bowl coverage we’re seeing. There is scant focus on matchups or x’s and o’s, but ample Super Bowl coverage is accorded to the peripheral and the bizarre.
USA Today: NFL, Society Too Tolerant With Domestic Abusers
Year after year, arrest after arrest, the National Football League’s domestic violence plague continues with no end in sight. It’s because the league and society simply do not care. If a player abuses off the field and has the skill or potential to contribute on the field, he’s all too often allowed to keep playing, says USA Today writer Mike Freeman.