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Curt Schilling Blasts ESPN: ‘Most Racist People in Sports’

After Jemele Hill started a firestorm last week by calling President Donald Trump a white supremacist, many conservative pundits criticized ESPN for not handling the situation the same way it did when former all-star pitcher Curt Schilling was fired last year for sharing controversial political beliefs.

In response, Schilling told “Fox & Friends” on Thursday that he wasn’t surprised by the discrepancy.

“Disney and ESPN have stopped giving all pretense of objectivity,” he said, adding that the sports giant clearly supports “a very intolerant, exclusive, liberal, progressive agenda.”

“Some of the most racist people in sports are on the station there now, and they have a voice — they have always had a voice,” he added.

Schilling was fired in 2016 by ESPN after sharing an anti-transgender rights image. The photo was posted on his personal Facebook page and showed an overweight individual wearing a wig and women’s clothing. It says: “LET HIM IN! to the restroom with your daughter or else you’re a narrow-minded, judgmental, unloving racist bigot who needs to die.”

The former Boston Red Sox pitcher previously was reprimanded and suspended for a month over a separate image that compared radical Muslims to Nazis.

According to Schilling, what really bothers him about his ousting at ESPN is that the company won’t own up to it. “My only issue with the entire thing is that they try to hide it as something it’s not,” he said.

“Everything around the left does is based on your race, your sex, your sexual preference, your color, your religion, who you worship, or who you don’t. It’s about identity politics.”