Want to see white liberal guilt libtardation syndrome in full bloom? Just watch this clip of ESPN radio host Paul Finebaum apologizing for saying, what is inherently true, that America does not oppress black people.
During and interview with Marcus Spears and Joey Galloway, the discussion turned towards the controversy stirred by 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Finebaum’s comments apparently triggered man of his ESPN colleagues and cocktail party compandres
“The genesis of this flag goes back to the War of 1812. I just really don't understand, and I don't want to look at the country back then but ... this country has issues but this country is not oppressing black people.”
In the midst of the backlash, Finebaum appeared on “SportsCenter” on Thursday to issue the following apology:
“I could spend the rest of my life trying to talk my way out of it, but I can’t. I blew it. I simply did not have a good grasp of the situation. I know better. I've lived in this country, I see what is going on all across the country from North to South to East to West and I have no excuse. I can't explain why I articulated the words the way they did, but I did and there is a public record of it and there's a natural reaction and I respect that. All I can say is that I made a terrible mistake in trying to express a feeling that I probably - not probably - I had no right to express.
I don't know whether this will mean anything to anyone but I feel compelled to answer your question that way - that it was a terrible mistake on my part and my eyes wider-open today that they have ever been as a result.”
So if you are questioning how the NFL can ban football players from commemorating fallen police officers with a police decal on their helmet but seem perfectly fine with a petulant little brat who has hatred in his heart of the officers of the law, just look at the liberal madness that has overcome ESPN. Apparently that madness is very contagious.