Whitlock: Kaepernick’s a ‘Bad Role Model for Kids,’ ‘Attention Whore’

In Thursday’s “Offended America” podcast, Fox Sports 1 personality Jason Whitlock slammed Colin Kaepernick and his “ineffective protest,” calling the free agent quarterback an “attention whore” and a “bad role model for kids.” [Interview begins around the 7:40 mark] “First

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Jason Whitlock: The Far Left Wants to ‘Overthrow Everything’

Friday, Fox Sports 1 personality Jason Whitlock reacted on Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Company” to ESPN “First Take” co-host Max Kellerman’s “preposterous argument” that the NFL is “injecting politics” by playing the national anthem at their games. According to

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Whitlock: LeBron James Doesn’t Deal With Real Racism

Thursday, Fox Sports 1’s “Jason Whitlock” discussed the alleged racial vandalism at Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James’ Los Angeles home. James responded publicly to the vandalism, saying, “No matter how much money you have, no matter how famous you are, no matter

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Jason Whitlock: ESPN ‘Lost the Culture War’ to Left-Wing Deadspin

The fall of ESPN is still a hot topic in sports media, but former ESPN commentator Jason Whitlock has a unique point to add to the litany of reasons for the famed cable sports network’s troubles. Whitlock says that left-wing sports blog Deadspin caused ESPN to veer left, and that was the seed that caused the network’s downfall.

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FS1’s Whitlock Can See Kaepernick Being Completely Out of NFL Soon

Friday, Fox Sports 1 “Speak for Yourself” co-host Jason Whitlock weighed in on San Francisco 49ers outspoken quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s future, saying he can see him being out of the league soon. With rumors saying Kaepernick will opt out of

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FS1’s Jason Whitlock: Sports Culture ‘Patriotic’ Not ‘Safe Zone’

Fox Sports 1 analyst Jason Whitlock called ESPN, “EPCN,” citing the Bristol-based sports giant’s slavish catering to political correctness. Whitlock believes political correctness is costing, “ESPN viewers and providing an opening for FS1 to reach red-state viewers mostly ignored by national networks.”

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