Max Kellerman Blames ‘Right-Wing Agitators’ for Riots

After a few-week break of determining who is “susceptible to low-quality information and propaganda” and who is smart, Max Kellerman returned to form. While discussing Colby Covington dunking on LeBron James, Kellerman spread some low-quality information and propaganda.

Per Kellerman, the facts have it all wrong. The real group responsible for the nationwide riots is the damn “extremist right-wing agitators.”

Listen, learn, and don’t question:

“Right-wing agitators posing as protesters.” Quite the conspiracy for a daily sports show.

“Mostly peaceful,” Kellerman says. Two words made famous by CNN as its reporters report live in front of burning cities:

To make sure we are all caught up with the School of Kellerman:

  • Nearly all protests that don’t include right-wing agitators are peaceful.
  • The New York Times and Washington Post are high-quality.
  • Americans who live in middle America —SEC country — are “almost immune to facts.” Thus, these dummies vote for Trump.

You are probably wondering why I didn’t include any evidence when quoting Kellerman. He has yet to provide any.

Look on the bright side, America: there are still those who read the Times, live in New York, get their facts from CNN, will vote for Joe Biden, and aren’t fooled by crazy right-wing agitators.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.


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  1. What else would you expect from the self-loathing vermin at the four-letter network? Lies, lies, and more lies. And all military are closeted homosexuals, all the infanticides are REALLY from girls from conservative Christian families, and all the gun-related deaths result from that evil gun show sales loophole. This is nothing more than Goebbels 101 — attack the enemy with your own greatest weakness.

  2. Hey Bobby,
    I guess we all know Max is a “stats guy”…a “data-driven” juggernaut. Yo…Max…chew on this:

    There are 62 counties in New York State. Trump won 46 of them. Clinton won 16.

    Clinton won the popular vote by approx. 1.5 million votes. In the 5 counties that encompass NYC, (Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Richmond & Queens) Clinton received well over 2 million more votes than Trump. (Clinton only won 4 of these counties, Trump won Richmond) Therefore these 5 counties alone, more than accounted for Clinton winning the popular vote of the entire country.

    These 5 counties comprise 319 square miles. The United States is comprised of 3, 797,000 square miles. When you have a country that encompasses almost 4 million square miles of territory, it would be ludicrous to even suggest that the vote of those that encompass a mere 319 square miles should dictate the outcome of a national election.

    • That is some impressive research. When you look at the voting map, I always notice the specs of blue mixed in with the red pallet. But when you break it out that way, it’s really incredible.
      Max is the worst. He has no facts to back up anything he says. Even though I rarely agreed with SAS, at least he based his arguments around facts, even though he got emotional too.
      I gave up on MSESPN a long time ago. I guess they figured out that what’s left of their audience likes that kind of crap spewed on a sports debate show. Let him own the 10am-noon demographic that is at home and not working.

      • For sure, Sean…and the thing I always remember as an analogy for ridiculous statements by liberals that we should laugh at on it’s face goes back to 1964 when a Supreme Court justice was asked what he defined as an “obscenity”. His reply was that he couldn’t define an obscenity, but he knew it when he saw it.
        Same with Maxi-pad…the shit he says is laughable and our response should be that he’s an ignorant asshole of the first order, and Screamin’ A Smith at least pushed back on Max’s shit.

  3. Max is looking out for his next multi-million dollar contract…..MSESPN, the NBA, and liberals in general will never speak the truth. Their gaslighting is endless……….I love that pic of the CNN reporter standing in front of burning buildings. For as long as I live I’ll never forget democratic politicians and liberal media describing riots as “mostly peaceful” and scenes of chaos as a “summer of love”….but now Max is telling us it’s our fault. What a joke……..Everyday, more and more, I look forward to the day when OutKick crushes MSESPN

  4. I actually respect Kellerman’s insight into boxing. Funny, The SJW Kellerman didn’t seem to exist until he got to ESPN. I think Kellerman is the poster child for the white liberal, Malcolm X was talking about when he made his prophetic warning to black folks about white liberals more than 55 years ago now.

  5. The repugnant Kelkerman is a disgrace to all Jewish men. He forgets Nazis killing his brothers and sisters. This what black lives matters are today in different clothing…Nazis. Please Max, your ratings are dropping like a rock. Enjoy your contract while it lasts!

  6. I feel for Max, he is a nice guy; however, like the vast majority of ESPNer’s, they got indoctrinated into the left wing wacko model at a young age. He has already earned his Marxist badge of honor and no matter how much double talk he offers he is the male version of Nancy Pelosi.

    • So do I. Not only is Kellerman and the frauds at ESP!N full of it, they make the same mistake that Hollywood and other famous people make – that we give a sh!t what they think and/or that their fame somehow makes them smarter.

      That channel used to be a necessary outlet to see sports but that’s not true anymore and I only watch if my favorite college team is on. Plenty of other options available.

  7. In what universe is Max Kellerman living ? Maybe he should have a disclaimer that says his opinions are “mostly accurate”. Not this time. How can people this obtuse be in positions that help shape people’s opinions? Why do people listen to these guys? Where is the responsible, thoughtful journalist?
    I stopped watching ESPN opinion shows soon after Jamelle Hill started there a few years ago. It has been down hill since then and I do not see an end in sight. Who is advising this company?

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