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ESPN Publishes Racist Tribute To Cop Killer on FBI Most Wanted List

The failing sports television network ESPN, which is quickly losing its audience thanks to its overtly liberal pandering on live TV, has now published a black supremacist poetry tribute to a black convicted cop killer who’s on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list.

Just a day before the network laid off 100 employees, including most of its on-air talent, it published five poems about feminism and black supremacist resistance on its website’s section aimed at women and black people. The poems were first noticed by The Federalist.

The opening poem is called “Revolution” and was dedicated to Black Supremacist Asatta Shakur, an inspiration for Black Lives Matter and black power groups who is on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list with a $1 million bounty on her head.

She was convicted in the U.S. of killing a New Jersey state trooper, assault and battery of a police officer. After she escaped from prison in 1979, Cuban dictator Fidel Castro granted her asylum in the country in 1984, where she resides to this day.

The poem was written by DaMaris B. Hil, an black supremacist and African American studies professor at the University of Kentucky. Here’s an excerpt from the poem:

Revolution ain’t a date in a history book

It’s an ivy that thorns

A lily that pricks. It stings

Like the splash of a copper colored girl

running in a skinned knee

ruining her Easter dress

 

Revolution is the taste of honey

and the revenge of the hive,

there is never enough time to watch

the swarms die. Revolution ain’t got sh–

to do with facts. It is all faith!

Revolution is not a sweet-tooth craving;

It is a long fight clouded in fear; it is

hundreds of hornets

and family hunting you

The 38-year-old sports channel has seen much better days. Most reports claim it is losing more than 10,000 subscribers a month, and has had more than 12 million subscriptions cancel their subscriptions in the last five years.

Very little of this subscription decline is attributed to so-called “cord-cutting”, as TV viewers no longer pay for expensive cable TV packages and instead opt out for a trimmed-down option that doesn’t include the pricey sport network. Most of this subscription decline is attributed to ESPN’s blatant support of a politically liberal agenda and their liberal announcers preaching hate and support for all things oppressive and fascist, including support for globalist Hillary Clinton.

Lukas Mikelionis contributed to this story

 


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