Published On: Fri, Sep 15th, 2017

ESPN Anchor Jemele Hill Benefits From ‘Black Privilege,’ Clay Travis Claims

Jemele Hill is benefiting from a double standard at ESPN, Clay Travis claims

Jemele Hill apparently faced no disciplinary action from ESPN after accusing President Trump of being a white supremacist on Twitter because of the sports network’s embrace of identity politics.

That is the contention of ESPN critic and Fox Sports Radio host Clay Travis, who contrasted the Hill situation with the firing of baseball analyst Curt Schilling last year.

Alongside Michael Smith, Jemele Hill is the co-host of the ratings-challenged 6 p.m. Eastern time edition of SportsCenter (SC6 or The Six) on the self-named Worldwide Leader in Sports, which is based in Bristol, Connecticut.

Apart from dissenters such as Travis and Fox Sports 1 analyst (and former ESPN employee) Jason Whitlock, Jemele Hill has received a tremendous amount support from the sports industry and the social justice cohort on Twitter for her anti-Trump online activity.

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ESPN Anchor Jemele Hill Benefits From ‘Black Privilege,’ Clay Travis Claims