Skip to comments.Parker Keeps Digging: Insists 'Cornball Brother' Comments About RG3 Taken 'Out of Context'
Posted on 01/07/2013 10:29:47 PM PST by chessplayer
"[J]ust when we were finally starting to forget about those asinine comments [Rob] Parker made about Robert Griffin III on ESPN First Take about a month agoand just as Parker was about to finish up his 30-day suspension from the Worldwide Leaderhe's come out and, in a way, tried to defend what he said once again," Chris Yuscavage of Complex.com reported today.
"During an interview on a program called Flashpoint on Channel 4 in Detroit over the weekend, Parker talked about the backlash he received after calling RGIII a 'cornball brother' and didn't seem all that contrite about what he'd say about the Redskins quarterback," Yuscavage noted. You can read his full story here.
Can’i fix stupid, just cover it up for a while.
He was in trouble a few years ago for fabricating a story regarding Kirk Cousins when Cousins was at Michigan State. The fact that this guy still has a job/gets hired...says much about the pathetic state of journalism.
Affirmative action at work.
I’m not black...I’m a person.
Yep, if it was a white guy he’d be in the unemployment line already.
Just asking... does anyone know what “cornball” even means? This is the first time I’ve heard of this term. Thank you, Parker, for educating me on another racist term. /s
Just a guess here, but I'm assuming the no talent, race-baiting a$$ clown's attempt at disparaging RGIII by calling him a "cornball brother" is a reference to his growing up in the South; Texas actually. Parker is another in a long line of racists whose spittle-laced insanity toward anyone they do not designate as "black enough for the community" is reaching monumentally psychotic proportions, and it seems to be getting worse with each passing day.
The fact that he still has a job demonstrates how destructive and dangerous the perverted left's endless political correctness campaign has been on the country; in days past, someone would just deck the moron, now the racist can espouse his/her vile crap with impunity, while people simply shake their heads and walk away afraid to address the idiot. Hard to tell why scumbags like Parker feel the need to denigrate a young man who from all outward appearances seems to be a decent and upstanding individual. He's a liberal POS... that's what they do.
I agree, Common Sense and thanks for the definition. For the life of me, I didn’t know what it meant and asked my son (thinking it was a “new, young insult of sorts).
I see it as jealousy.. plain and simply. A “real” black person has to grow up in the “projects” in an urban area. They can make it to the NFL but they still need to dress like a hood, talk like a hood and act like a hood. How sad is that?! Seems to me that today... black people like Parker attempt to “chain” up blacks they don’t agree with. It isn’t the white people who do it but idiots like Parker. Thanks, CS101!
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