ESPN Host: Tiger Woods is “Not a black man”

Once again, ESPN and their liberal empire could not help themselves from forcing political propaganda down their viewers’ throats. The latest display of agenda pushing was during the recent episode of First Take, where Tiger Woods would be their undisputed target.

During Mondays airing of ESPN’s debate show First Take, host Steven A. Smith and co-host Max Kellerman went absolutely ballistic over Tiger Woods’s comments about respecting the office of the president.

Both “professionals” can be seen extremely triggered, providing the audience with a politically charged ten minute rant about how “upset” and “angry” they are with Tiger Woods’s actions on Sunday.

Max Kellerman described Woods’s thoughts on respecting the presidency of ANY president as a “thoughtless statement dressed up as a thoughtful statement.”

Steven A. Smith followed with claims that Tiger Woods is “not a black man” because he identifies himself as a different race (Tai and Black).

The liberal ESPN duo were immediately triggered after hearing Tiger’s media session following his final round at the Northern Trust on Sunday. Woods was asked a luring, racially charged question about his relationship with the president. Woods simply answered:

“Well, he’s the President of the United States and you have to respect the office. And no matter who’s in the office, you may like, dislike the personality or the politics, but we all must respect the office.”

This simple, non-confrontational rebuttal was the spark that ignited Smith and Kellerman’s liberal hysteria.

“It really bothers me. I’m angry at what Tiger Woods said. It is a thoughtless statement dressed up as a thoughtful statement. And it either holds in contempt the intelligence of people who hear it or else it’s just a stupid thing to say. … To say you must have respect for the office — Tiger, be clear. Are you saying that the office, therefore, confers respect on to its present temporary occupant? No. Having respect for the office means principally, in my view, is the office holder should have respect for the office.” Kellerman said.

He continued, “We are held to a standard of behavior, we at our jobs, right, people in their daily lives. The president, if anything, is held to a higher standard of behavior. It is not such that we have such great respect for the office that no matter what the behavior of its occupant, we must respect the occupant because of the office. No. Tiger Woods … is being slick. We must respect the office therefore that confers respect to the occupant. Tiger, is that is what you are saying? If that is what you are saying, that is a stupid comment.”

Steven A. Smith followed Kellerman with “Well, first of all, we don’t know what Tiger Woods believes. He’s Cablinasian. He’s not black,” responded Smith. “When he got arrested, he was black. He was listed black on the report.” Smith believes this has resulted in the black community not supporting him anymore, ultimately explaining Woods’s open support for the president of the United States.

Tiger Woods and Donald Trump have known each other for a number of years, partnering up on the golf course together on numerous occasions. Woods has even kept in touch since Trump took over the Oval Office in 2017.

Well, I’ve known Donald for a number of years,” Woods said. “We’ve played golf together. We’ve had dinner together. I’ve known him pre-presidency and obviously during his presidency.”