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Ex-ESPN reporter Britt McHenry must have been having a moment.

Watching Colin Kaepernick’s 4th of July video, which recaps highlights of his trip to Ghana, must have made her have a total meltdown.


Karpernick captioned his video, “How can we truly celebrate independence on a day that intentionally robbed our ancestors of theirs? To find my independence I went home.”

McHenry wrote on her blog, “My admiration will always go towards the men and women who have walked away from their loved ones, through fields of IEDs, and into the dangerous unknown. It will never go to the athlete who takes a knee after losing his starting job.” 

She then went after Colin for not voting in the last presidential election.

“While you focus on your philanthropic efforts, which are admirable, perhaps you can also employ that same effort to go into a voting booth,” she wrote. “If you’re going to continually complain about the perceived slights and rights you don’t have, perhaps take the right you do have and back it up.”

Girl have several seats….

So Twitter decided they had enough of McHenry’s antics.

Britt, you did get fired by ESPN right? Then you need to change your Bio and start looking for a job instead of trying to stay relevant.

I’ll file you under “Dismissed,” in my file.



One thought on “Sports Break: Britt McHenry “When ex-Reporters Attack”

  1. I’ve got a few pieces about Britt McHenry on my own blog that are quite….informative. The piece about her using a fake alter ego Twitter account to tweet compliments to herself about how “beautiful and perfect” she is and bully anyone who ever mentioned her on Twitter in a negative light is pretty damning. When you have to create a fake Twitter account to disguise yourself so you can viciously attack anyone who disagrees with you and tweet compliments to yourself praising yourself for being so beautiful, wealthy, and perfect, then you KNOW you’ve got some major insecurity issues.


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