Take That, Jemele Hill and Colin Kaepernick! Darryl Strawberry Wants No Part Of Race-Baiting, Sticks Up for President Trump

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Former Major League Baseball superstar-turned-preacher Darryl Strawberry isn’t buying into the race-baiting and other perpetual agreement of MSESPN (formerly “ESPN”) darlings Jemele Hill (who works for the network) and Colin Kaepernick (who has been unable to land work with any NFL team LOL). (VIDEOS BELOW)

On FOX Business earlier today, Strawberry responded to Hill, a Sports Center anchor who tweeted yesterday that President Trump “is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists.” (VIDEOS BELOW)

Strawberry told FOX Business’ Stuart Varney of Varney & Co.: I think no one should call anyone anything. President Trump, he’s a great man to me. He was always gracious to me. I really love him [and] his family. I was on his show [Celebrity Apprentice] and he’s always been kind to me.” 


According to Strawberry: “A lot of people say things because they have their own issues and they are hurting inside. When you point the fingers at someone else, you are pointing back at you. I never want to sit and point fingers at someone like the President of the United States.”
ESPN, owned by Disney, “punished” Hill by giving her a half-hearted slap on the wrists, saying that Hill’s comments “do not represent the position of ESPN” and that “[w]e have addressed this with Jemele and she recognizes her actions were inappropriate.”
Yesterday, Strawberry showed no love for unemployed quarterback Colin Kaepernick as well as current NFL players who choose to sit during the National Anthem. Strawberry, talking with Dagen McDowell on Mornings with Maria, said: “The National Anthem stands for what America is all about regardless of what’s happening.” (VIDEO BELOW)


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