Mark Levin and Stephen A. Smith had a friendly and fun conversation last night about DeSean Jackson’s anti-Semitic posts that happened over the weekend:
Smith called into Levin’s show to challenge him on his reaction that the Eagles should fire Jackson over his posts, not that the posts were terrible in the first place.
I didn’t post on it here, but here’s what Jackson posted:
Jackson posted a passage to his Instagram Story that claimed to quote Hitler in saying that Black people were “the real Children of Israel,” and that White Americans would be terrified to know that they have been “mistreating and discriminating and lynching” them, screenshots published by the Philadelphia Inquirer and other publications show.
Jackson later wrote that his original post had been misinterpreted, according to screenshots taken by various news organizations. However, in a different post, he shared a specific paragraph referencing a Jewish plan to “extort America” and achieve “world domination.”
Smith and Levin discuss this and Kaepernick’s kneeling, as well as some other stuff. As I said, it was fun and friendly conversation that I think you will enjoy.
Feel free to use this as an open thread:
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