The Dubsism Breakdown of the Colin Cowherd Firing

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Dubsism’s killer take on the Colin Cowherd firing

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At last, our long national nightmare is over. The glorified windbag known as Colin Cowherd is finally off the American airwaves.  This past Friday, ESPN announced Cowherd’s days at the World Wide Bottom Feeder were over after he finally crossed the “bigot” line with his exceptionally obtuse comments about Dominicans he made on Thursday.

This story evolved over two days, which explains why at first, the boys in Bristol started by slow-playing this on Friday.

“Some of Colin’s comments yesterday referencing the Dominican Republic were inappropriate and do not reflect ESPN’s values of respect for all communities. Colin’s on air response today addressed the importance of making sure his opinions are fact based and responsible for all people.”

That was a nice try, but the explosion which happened on social media told us all this was headed for an altogether different place. The “on air response”  ESPN referred to was…

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