Last week, Jemele Hill returned to co-hosting ESPN's SportsCenter after the network suspended her for two weeks over a second violation of its social media guidelines.
This week, the Worldwide Leader In Sports introduced its new social media guidelines and people can't help but think that the new rules were made in direct response to Hill, who was suspended after tweeting and calling President Trump a "white supremacist" in September and tweeting about boycotting Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones earlier this month.
Why is that? Well, check out the guideline on posting about politics.
“Communication with producers and editors must take place prior to commentary on any political or social issues to manage volume and ensure a fair and effective presentation,” ESPN's updated guidelines read.
And people have plenty to say about that. Check out some of these reactions.
Talk that talk. It's clear as day.
Don't hold your breath for that to ever happen.
She's a class act all the way.
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