Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Racist Seahawks Pre-Schooler Richard Sherman Goes Out of His Way to Insult White Reporter (Video)

By Nicholas Stix

Who was the black Houston Texans player who pulled a similar stunt with white scribes last summer? Arian Foster? He had missed two practices hurt, and when he returned to practice, they asked him how he was. He just repeated, robotically, “I’m just trying to be the best teammate I can be,” to every question from the white writers.

In this case, the white writer was merely following up on statements that Sherman has made, asserting that he’s the league’s best cornerback.

I suppose there’s an element of poetic justice here, since almost all white sports “reporters” are white Uncle Toms and Aunt Jemimas, who would never demand respect from such racist black scum, and who go out of their way to rationalize and suppress the never-ending bad news these guys are.

Last year, When Sherman went on his notorious preschool rant after beating the 49ers in the NFC championship game, some white imbecile at Forbes “informed” his readers that Sherman was smarter than they were.

And a day or two ago, some white sports guy on TV responded to Sherman’s charge against the NFL of a “double-standard” regarding the Patriots, “I just love this guy! He only speaks the truth.”

No matter what mess Sherman makes, his white servants stand ready to change his diapers, or endure his tantrums. but if they started ignoring him, he'd be the first to scream racism, and to demand their heads.

Shaun Hackett • Boulder, Colorado

I love how bad journalists lump themselves with all media. There is such a huge range of journalists between the good and the bad. The bad ones look for their money shot question that will stir up the most controversy just in an attempt to win the lotto (closer to paparazzi). The good ones actually ask the questions that fans want to hear about and will hopefully add some decent insight into a players mentality. Most of us don't want to hear the dur-dur questions. These questions make it sound like Sherman and Revis will be covering each other in the game. We hopefully all want to see these two teams playing at the best level they possibly can for the Super Bowl, and not have to worry about the media asking distracting questions.

Do we see Russell or Brady having to say who is the better QB? Do we see Lynch (thank you very much) or Blount having to say who is the better back? Be consistent.

[Garbage; they don't start such brain-dead controversies. The writers are consistently responding to players' statements.]

You shouldn't go to school for journalism for only selfish reasons. We don't need that kind of people in society, at all.
I responded,
What possible question could one ask Richard Sherman, and get an intelligent answer? If ego and self-esteem were IQ points, he'd be more brilliant than Einstein.

Richard Sherman: I don't answer preschool questions
By Marc Sessler
Around the NFL Writer
Published: Jan. 25, 2015 at 06:33 p.m.
Updated: Jan. 26, 2015 at 09:55 a.m.

PHOENIX -- It didn't take long for Richard Sherman to make one point very clear in the lead-up to Super Bowl XLIX: He doesn't want to answer the cornerback question.

Seattle's All-Pro cover man systematically shot down repeated inquiries on Sunday about where he ranks with his foil from New England, Pro Bowl Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis.

"I don't measure my game to anybody's, so I don't have a great answer for that question," Sherman told one reporter at Seattle's introductory press conference on Sunday. "I think my game measures up pretty well to myself."

Unhappy with Sherman's reply, the intrepid scribe doubled down, asking: "Do you still think you're the best corner in the league? You've said that before."

Sherman paused, before launching a verbal fireball, telling the man: "I don't really answer preschool questions, so you improve your line of questioning, and we'll talk."

He'll be here all week, folks. And so will we.


Fisk Ellington Rutledge III said...

At first I wondered why the sportswriters were so insanely hostile and jumping to wild conclusions about DeflateGate. They were acting as if DeflateGate was the equivalent to mass murder.

Then it occurred to me that after an entire season of Blacks Behaving Very Badly in the NFL, that the writers were relieved to be able to dump on two high-achieving White men like Brady and Belichick.

I'm sure someone has noticed this too, but I have yet to read about it.

Stan D Mute said...

The thing to keep in mind is that every white man who watches football or basketball is himself personally putting money into the pockets of negro criminals and their white apologists/cheerleaders.

The "but I like football" crap is bogus. I like cocaine, but I know how harmful the substance is not only to myself but to our society overall. Just quit it. Spend the time reading. Spend the time watching old westerns. Spend the time with your kids. Spend the time scratching yourself if you prefer. Just STOP supporting negro thug millionaires and the media. Starve them out. If you don't, then stop the hypocrisy and become a full fledged negro fanboy cheering for illiterates who make more in a year than you'll make in a lifetime.

Trust me, quitting is easy. It's harder convincing friends and family to quit with you, but the conversation needs to occur. Turn off your TV next Sunday and discuss negro crime for four hours instead.