ESPN's Jemele Hill Tells Sharpton Trump Uses ‘Racial Porn’ to Rile Up His Base

"He has been able to hijack the entire conversation and to make this about patriotism."

ESPN’s Jemele Hill appeared on MSNBC with long-time professional race-baiter Al Sharpton Sunday morning prior to the Super Bowl and claimed that President Trump was pumping up his base with racist "dog whistles" in the recent State of the Union address, according to Mediaite.

You may recall that Hill had previously courted controversy by claiming that Trump is a white supremacist, an outrageous lie for which she was not disciplined by ESPN. She later urged fans to boycott the Dallas Cowboys because owner Jerry Jones opposed players protesting the national anthem.

In his address, Trump briefly referenced the anthem controversy, and on Politics Nation with Al Sharpton, Hill sycophant Sharpton queried her for her thoughts. Predictably, Hill dismissed the President's inspirational speech as a racist dog whistle, which is the left's tactic of smearing an opponent as racist without any evidence:

“I think this is going to be probably a constant thing for the President, because it’s a very easy dog whistle. It’s low-hanging fruit, it’s what I like to call ‘racial pornography,’ because it’s a way to stoke his base and––look, in a weird way, I think it’s kind of weirdly brilliant, because he has been able to hijack the entire conversation and to make this about patriotism and really, if anybody knew even the smallest bit of American history, they would understand that what the players have chosen to do is the most patriotic thing that you could."

If the race-obsessed Hill knew even the smallest bit of American history, she would be forced to acknowledge that refusing to respect the national anthem is not exactly the most patriotic thing anyone can do. Instead, it's based on a race-mongering lie that is driving a deeper wedge in race relations in the United States.

Hill said that critics are just “latch[ing] onto ceremony as opposed to understanding what this cause is really about.”

What the "cause" is really about is accusing America of being a white supremacist nation that oppresses "people of color" and targets black males in police shootings, all of which is demonstrably false. But media propagandists like Sharpton and Hill aren't interested in the truth.

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