Jemele Hill Documentary Promotes ‘Concern of a Black Quarterback’




Jemele HillJemele Hill makes some huge cash taking part in the race card, and her newest hustle is a documentary referred to as “Concern of a Black Quarterback.” It can air on Vice Versa TV June 24. Quotes by Hill and her visitors are downright laughable, if not determined makes an attempt to manufacture circumstances of racial discrimination the place there are none.

The present’s one-minute trailer tells all of it:

Hill: “There are those that hate the truth that you exist, simply since you had the audacity to be nice at a place. That’s loads to cope with.”

Dr. Todd Boyd, the Katherine and Frank Worth Endowed Chair for the Research of Race & Common Tradition and Professor of Cinema and Media Research within the USC Faculty of Cinematic Arts: “Black athletes have typically been considered athletic, and you’ll actually take this again to slavery.”

Former NFL quarterbacks Donovan McNabb and Shaun King, each black, seem within the documentary as properly. McNabb, who performed for Philadelphia, moaned about white quarterbacks to be given time to develop. However blacks have to be “nice on a regular basis.”

Hill’s newest grievance piece additionally trots out Marlin Briscoe to make the case for racism. He was a cornerback for the Denver Broncos who, due to an harm to the group’s beginning QB, grew to become the primary black man ever to begin at quarterback in an NFL recreation. This was in 1968. Nothing like dredging up historical historical past from half a century in the past to make a case for racism in 2021!

Who knew it was so bitterly terrible on the market for black quarterbacks within the NFL in right this moment’s occasions?

Does Dak Prescott know this? He’s the second-highest-paid quarterback in NFL historical past.

Deshaun Watson? He’s the third-highest paid quarterback in NFL historical past.

How bout Russell Wilson, fourth-highest paid QB.

Patrick Mahomes guided Kansas Metropolis to the final two Tremendous Bowls.

They’re all established starters within the NFL. All-stars. And so they’re all black!

Black quarterbacks drafted within the first spherical embrace Kyler Murray, Jameis Winston, Jamarcus Russell, Cam Newton and Michael Vick. Lots of people certain “hated them for his or her existence.”

It’s so darn straightforward to see via the smoke Jemele Hill is blowing, and OutKick’s Clay Travis mentioned the quarterback race subject is “no less than two generations previous”.:

“As a result of media personalities are rewarded for yelling ‘that’s racist,’ there are days they need to both manufacture tales on racism or, as is the case right here, faux an issue from many years in the past nonetheless exists to maintain the grift alive.

“Within the NFL, the most effective gamers take advantage of cash. The most effective participant at every place begins. Oddly, that’s not ok.”

Hill is a one-trick pony who has created a sordid path of race-baiting. At ESPN, she referred to as Donald Trump and his supporters “white supremacists.” She took her hole race recreation to The Undefeated weblog, to The Atlantic and to quite a few different venues, akin to LeBron James’ “Shut Up and Dribble” documentary.

If you maintain crying “the sky is falling,” eventually folks will ignore you.