Wednesday night’s ESPY award broadcast was filled with about as much race-baiting, left-wing politics as the Democrats convention in Philly will have two weeks from now. And ESPN, the Disney-owned network that created and produces the awards broadcast on their parent network ABC, went out of their way to feature and celebrate the divisive Black Lives Matter grandstanding.
The politics didn’t end after that opening. Later in the evening, the Arthur Asche Courage Award went to a high school football player named Zaevion Dobson who died while shielding three girls from a spray of bullets while they were caught in the crossfire of gang activity in Knoxville, TN.
The award was introduced by President Barack Obama via a pre-taped, video message.
Naturally, his mother’s acceptance speech became a call for ending “gun violence” in America. Words that have become code for 2nd amendment infringements.