So in case you missed the Espy’s last night, let me give you the quick recap of what I witnessed: ESPN LOVES basketball. So much so that the Warriors won basically every category for best team in every sport. There was also a ton of dramatic shit and Peyton Manning cracked a few jokes. That’s about it from the actual show’s perspective. Fantastic analysis, I know.

But that’s not the reason for my blog today. Hannah Storm and ESPN’s failing politically correct culture they’re trying to shove down our throats, is.

Before I move on to the clip, I wanna make something clear. I’m being completely unbiased here. And if you don’t believe me, you can read my blog from a month ago where I basically said P.K. Subban’s an idiot and called him out for telling bad jokes. So I think it’s fair it says something for someone like me to get more taken back by Hannah Storm’s ABSURD 9 second lecture than it was for P.K. Subban’s innocent little joke (that kind of stunk, tbh) that prompted it.

Roll the clip:

Such a great role model? Such a strong woman? GET THE FUCK OUTTA HERE WITH THAT BULLSHIT, HANNAH! If this is the world we live in where you can’t make an innocent PG joke complimenting a woman’s appearance without getting reprimanded by the P.C. police, then I don’t wanna live in it. But thankfully, the rest of the world (meaning other sports media outlets) isn’t entirely like ESPN. That’s why companies like Barstool Sports are thriving, while ESPN is tanking. And if you don’t believe me, read about it here and here. Perhaps ESPN should stick to something they’re good at like, you know, sports, instead of trying to censor their content in an attempt to mold everyone’s political views for chrissakes.

P.S. – That Lindsey Vonn. Great role model, huh Hannah?

P.P.S. – Fact: Lindsey Vonn looked 🔥🔥🔥.