Skip to comments.Jemele Hill Wants Fans To Boycott NFL Advertisers
Posted on 10/09/2017 10:12:09 AM PDT by RightGeek
ESPN pundit Jemele Hill wants fans to boycott the sponsors of the Dallas Cowboys following remarks from owner Jerry Jones.
Jones said Sunday that he will bench players who refuse to stand for the national anthem, and apparently that didnt sit too well with Hill.
Change happens when advertisers are impacted. If you feel strongly about JJs statement, boycott his advertisers, she tweeted in part late Sunday night after his comments.
Not sure how happy ESPN management will be with an employee telling NFL fans to boycott NFL related sponsors, given the fact that ESPN needs the NFL to stay alive.
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Her employer will like this.
We're boycotting first!
I assume this woman either flunked or did not take Econ 101.
Proof of EEO hiring failure.
What a dolt!
Affirmative action hire. She stunk as a sports writer for the Orlando Slantinel too.
Her employer will like this.
Black Privilege is a beautiful thing.
LOL!I like this!!
This is sort of like telling someone to take a principled stand by shooting me, isn’t it? LMAO.
“Jemele, due to loss of advertising revenues from fans boycotting NFL advertisers, ESPN needs to cut your salary to $38,000 per year. Is that OK with you?”
She may be but that nasty hair weave on top of her nappy head sure looks flammable.
A little late there, Jemele.
Putting aside how upset it makes me to see a bunch of athletes disrespect our flag in an effort to make a statement that is logically false - police disproportionately kill you men of color, this is probably the worst business decision I have seen in my lifetime. The commish is an idiot for not applying the same standard they have applied in the past to protest, statements, or even uniform variances.
The NFL is going to take a multi-billion dollar hit in the long run for their political correctness and at some point the owners are going to end the idiocy, but one wonders how damaged the brand will be in the long run. The networks are already feeling the pinch. Mixing politics into business is stupid.
The elites don’t get it because they are stuck in a bubble. It is a stark reminder of why Trump won, but they still do not understand it.
You're late. We fans already got there with the complaints and boycotts of NFL's official sponsors weeks, if not months, ago.
Even with only two dots, Joy has a hard time connecting the key points with a straight line.
Joy, it’s like a post route....straight line.
She would be overpaid at 38k per year. She’s nothing More than a minimum wage employee !!
We are boycotting the entire NFL!
How in the hell can ESPN tolerate this?
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