RACIST! Stephen A. Smith, Ryan Clark Claim White Reporters Can’t Comment on Black Players’ Behavior

ESPN’s finest social justice warriors Stephen A. Smith and Ryan Clark were at it with their race-baiting antics last Friday.

They were discussing the brawl that brokeout at last Thursday’s joint practice between Los Angeles Rams (Cincinnati Bengals) and Cincinnati Bengals. These two teams squared off in last year’s Super Bowl, with the Rams winning 23-20, so it’s not surprising a fight did break out.

Aaron Donald, Rams defensive lineman, was seen striking two Bengals helmets at people during practice. Donald had to be stopped and restrained. 

This type of behaviour should be punished. Fights happen in practice all the time, but Donald’s actions were simply unjustifiable and he could have seriously injured numerous people.

Numerous sports reporters called for Donald to be suspended, including Geoff Schwartz who called the actions “out of control and dangerous.”

Are you able to see any racism in the way he viewed this event? Don’t feel bad if you don’t, because there isn’t a shred of racism to be found.

Unless, of course, you’re Smith and Clark.

The men claimed both that Donald was being criticized by white journalists for acting like an idiot.

“That puts these players in a position where you’re making them, or you’re putting them in a category with people that rob, with people that steal, with people that assault, with people that commit domestic violence. And we have to be very careful when we start to toe that line,” Clark said.

Clarks confused and flawed logic was further augmented by Smith.

“When you got white analysts talking that way and using that language about black dudes, that’s another level,” Smith said. “I’m not accusing any analyst of racism or anything like that. I’m just telling them how we take it … Whoever sent that tweet out and whoever thinks like that, now I want to see if you say that about the white dude that does it. Because if I don’t hear the same verbiage, if I don’t hear the same language if something like that happens with somebody white, now I’m looking at you with a raised eyebrow and saying, ‘what the hell you trying to say?’”

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This attitude is so vile and distorted that it basically says that black people don’t have the right to make comments about how they live their lives. In doing so, we ignore the truth in statements like the one Schwartz tweeted (calling Donald’s action dangerous) and protect and justify the immature acts of black people because they can do no wrong.

It all makes absolutely no sense. However, we cannot expect any different behavior from ESPN employees at this stage.

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