SJ - August 27, 2020
Max Kellerman went on ESPN's "First Take" this morning and took a dump out of his mouth. That's not all that unusual for him to do, but calling the entire fan base of a College Football conference stupid is a new wrinkle.
Kellerman thought it would be a good idea to trash SEC fans by saying they were "susceptible to very low quality information and easy to propagandize and almost immune to facts." The same SEC that his employer spent a shitload of money on and will help to keep ESPN afloat for years to come.
Here's what Kellerman had to say:
"You made the argument a couple weeks ago, you thought if SEC football wasn’t played that could swing the general election because people in Trump’s base would be very upset that they didn’t have football, which is practically a religion down there. I disagreed because he would simply shift blame because the pandemic is raging. They seem to be susceptible to very low quality information and easy to propagandize and almost immune to facts."
Imagine taking shots at anyone with a haircut like the one Kellerman sports. It's incredible. I feel sorry for Stephen A. for having to listen to him on a daily basis. It's truly why he gets paid the insane amount of money he does.