ESPN’s Foxworth Beats Up On Flag-waving, Canine-Loving Conservative Buffalo Payments Followers

Although few believe it, ESPN swears it is not a political network. Many of his personalities simply hate conservatives. Keith Olbermann and former SportsCenter co-host Jemele Hill are legendary among them. A few days ago, ESPN’s Domonique Foxworth beat up Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen and his fans who love the American flag and the dog.

Foxworth appeared on Bomani Jones’s ESPN radio show “The Right Time” and told his far left host:

“I am fully aware that I have prejudices. And my prejudices are not based on Josh Allen. It’s based on the people defending Josh Allen. I would be 100 percent lying if I said that if Josh does something stupid, a small part of me won’t be happy. And not because I don’t want Josh to succeed.

“It’s because the people who tell me Josh is coming the second time and Josh is better than everyone else are people with American flags and dogs and skulls. … If you just take a look at their tweet history, it’s all about retweets and likes. … It’s not about Josh. “

Foxworth, a former NFL player and former president of the NFL Players Association who now hosts the “I Don’t Give A Damn” video series on ESPN’s The Undefeated blog, said he was generally a pro player. However, Allen and his fans are “the ground on which we fight”.

These flag-waving, dog-loving fans really are a radical bunch. Allen’s Twitter account includes many donations from Bills fans of $ 700,000 to the Oishei Children’s Hospital in Buffalo. These dog-loving flag-throwers poured out all this generosity in honor of Allen’s late grandmother.

Allen was a big sponsor of the children’s hospital, and Touchdown Wire reported in November: “The #Billsmafia and the team’s fans have grown again this week. And Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen just took the fundraiser to a huge plateau. “

After Foxworth killed Allen and his fans, they went up again. The ESPN criticism sparked a fundraiser for the National Diaper Bank Network to help families struggling to provide their children with essentials.

Allen has a really good year for the AFC East Division-leading Bills throwing 28 touchdowns and 3,600 yards. So what about the stupid things Foxworth is referring to?

Jones and Foxworth both mocked Allen’s up and down performance in last year’s playoff game against Houston. There were TD passes, fiddling, sacks, and interceptions that put everyone in good company with any other NFL quarterback who was both good and bad at times. For Foxworth, these ups and downs have to be qualified by the quarterback’s sometimes conservative fan base.

Allen was put to shame by the media before he was ever drafted by the Buffalo Bills. Bottom-fed Twitter diggers tried to cancel him for stupid tweets he posted in 2012 and 2013. Allen was a teenager at the time.

A Youtube site called Blacksite Live, published by a Bills fan, accused Foxworth of racism and said he should be fired.

When ESPN goes political, conservative politicians usually pull the big yellow flags. And now fans are not even spared condemnation by the television and radio lefts of ESPN.

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