I knew this was going to happen, I watched this interview this morning. Another one sacrificed at the alter of “PC” by a media whose made it’s living off the constitutional guarantee “Freedom of Speech” The FOX host trembled in their $900.00 loafers, and looked dumbstruck after the country singer made the not so deducible analogy.
Will Hank Williams Jr. retract his statement? If he does I believe the last bastion of liberty is gone. ( not referring to Hank exclusively) Will the NFL be seen for what it truly is, a money maker for wealthy progressive elites with a liberal agenda? Who will defend Williams freedom to speak the unmitigated truth, FOX? They of all people should.
You heard it here first, at Killing US by Degrees, Hank Williams apologizes and after he does I will tell you why. This is the reason you get you Truth Action News & Entertainment HERE………..
ESPN pulls Hank Williams Jr. after he compares Obama to Hitler By Chris Chase Hank Williams Jr., the singer whose various videos for the hit song “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Monday Night” has served as the intro to “Monday Night Football” for 23 seasons, compared President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler during a Monday morning appearance on “Fox and Friends.” The statement led to ESPN pulling his popular intro segment, best known to fans for its “Are you ready for some football?” ending, for Monday night’s game between the Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. During a discussion on the 2012 presidential race, Williams began discussing Obama’s golf outing with Speaker of the House John Boehner. He said it was a political mistake, on par with “Hitler playing golf with [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu.” Even if using Hitler in an analogy was something that was socially acceptable, the comparison still doesn’t make any sense. If you watched until the two-minute mark of the clip, you’ll notice that Williams doesn’t seem particularly coherent throughout the segment. He stumbles over words and declared Obama and Joe Biden to be “the Three Stooges.” (“That’s only two,” host Steve Doocy dryly noted.) ESPN released a statement expressing disappointment in Williams’ comments. The network said the intro will be pulled for one game and any further decision will be based on how contrite the singer-songwriter is in the immediate future. Stories like this can blow over and burn slowly for a few days. If it’s the former, Williams’ intro could be back for next week’s game between the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions. If it’s the latter, “Monday Night Football” may just have become a little less rowdy.