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:
ESPN's Max Kellerman says without any evidence that "extremist right-wing agitators" are responsible for the riots around America.
This is insanity. pic.twitter.com/woOvFtwIvr
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) September 22, 2020
“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:
CNN chyron: pic.twitter.com/dfP3N8OnsQ
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) August 27, 2020
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.