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Mar 16 2021

Apparent Hate Hoax in the NBA

At this point, politically correct ideologues control every institution, from schools to entertainment to the news media to major corporations to the federal government to the military to sports. To belong to one of their favored identity groups is to win life’s lottery. One means of implementing the privilege bestowed is to engage in hate hoaxes.

Here’s a likely one from what you might call the throne of black privilege, LeBron James’s NBA:

On Feb. 24, former [Utah] Jazz player Elijah Millsap tweeted that then-GM [now president of basketball operations Dennis] Lindsey had told him “if u say one more word, I’ll cut your Black a** and send you back to Louisiana” during an end-of-season exit interview in 2015. Millsap’s allegation then triggered a league investigation.

In a sane country, Millsap’s implausible allegation would have been dismissed with eyerolls. Under moonbat rule, Lindsey was subjected to the elaborate investigation, which unsurprisingly found nothing.

Whether he keeps his job depends on whether the “oppressed” want to force the issue. At the very least, he has been issued a warning to behave with maximum obsequiousness in the future.

According to a statement by the Jazz:

”For more than 25 years, Dennis Lindsey has been a respected basketball executive around the NBA and a leading voice on social justice within our organization and community.”

Let that be a lesson. Be a “leading voice on social justice” and you may survive an allegation. Show a lack of enthusiasm for cultural Marxism and you probably won’t.

Apparently, Millsap was angry about not getting a contract extension and felt the Jazz had spoken poorly of him after he left the team.

On a tip from Bluto.


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