Desperate times mean desperate measures for ESPN and no one speaks desperation more than sports commentator Stephen A. Smith.
In his latest attempt to gaslight for ratings, Stephen A. Smith is claiming that the hue of Jason Garrett’s skin is what’s keeping him employed as the head football coach of the Dallas Cowboys.
The NFL in the past has addressed its lack of opportunity for minorities with legislation.
Smith is right that Garrett is not getting the job done in Dallas. The Cowboys are just 11-11 since their 13-3 season in 2016 and their young players, especially quarterback Dak Prescott, have regressed.
So, Smith is right that Garrett should be out of a job for the way his team has underachieved. The Cowboys decision to bring Garrett back after missing the playoffs a year ago never made much sense, but that doesn’t mean that it has anything to do with his race.
Garrett’s continued employment in Dallas is entirely due to his status as a yes-man to Jerry Jones. Everybody knows that Jones runs the show down there and simply desires a coach that doesn’t object to his zealousness.
Smith alluded to this point, but ultimately decided that crying bigotry would be more effective for him. He sure never misses an opportunity to enflame a sensitive situation.
That has to be the most moronic nonsense I have heard since #ChristineFord's testimony!
White privilege is a myth perpetuated by people so racist, Grand Dragons of the KKK are green with envy. pic.twitter.com/IM5SZD09OI
— overpasses4America (@o4america) October 9, 2018
Speaking of the mythical white privilege, recently, a leader of the terrorist organization, Klan With A Tan, otherwise known as Black Lives (Don’t) Matter came up with a list of things white people should give to brown folks.
Chanelle Helm, a Louisville Kentucky leader of race supremacist terror organization, Black Lives Matter has a list of things she thinks crackers should do to alleviate their guilt because they were born white, reports LEO Weekly.
I suspect it will be a cold day in Hell before her demands are met, as it should be.
Nevertheless, she feels entitled to things she didn’t earn, and thinks that you should feel obliged to give black Americans things they never earned.
1. White people, if you don’t have any descendants, will your property to a black or brown family. Preferably one that lives in generational poverty.
2. White people, if you’re inheriting property you intend to sell upon acceptance, give it to a black or brown family. You’re bound to make that money in some other white privileged way.
3. If you are a developer or realty owner of multi-family housing, build a sustainable complex in a black or brown blighted neighborhood and let black and brown people live in it for free.
4. White people, if you can afford to downsize, give up the home you own to a black or brown family. Preferably a family from generational poverty.
5. White people, if any of the people you intend to leave your property to are racists assholes, change the will, and will your property to a black or brown family. Preferably a family from generational poverty.
6. White people, re-budget your monthly so you can donate to black funds for land purchasing.
7. White people, especially white women (because this is yaw specialty — Nosey Jenny and Meddling Kathy), get a racist fired. Yaw know what the fuck they be saying. You are complicit when you ignore them. Get your boss fired cause they racist too.
8. Backing up No. 7, this should be easy but all those sheetless Klan, Nazi’s and Other lil’ dick-white men will all be returning to work. Get they ass fired. Call the police even: they look suspicious.
9. OK, backing up No. 8, if any white person at your work, or as you enter in spaces and you overhear a white person praising the actions from yesterday, first, get a pic. Get their name and more info. Hell, find out where they work — Get Them Fired. But certainly address them, and, if you need to, you got hands: use them.
10. Commit to two things: Fighting white supremacy where and how you can (this doesn’t mean taking up knitting, unless you’re making scarves for black and brown kids in need), and funding black and brown people and their work.
James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
October 9th, 2018