On Monday, about six protesters showed-up to ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, only hours after SC6 host Jemele Hill was suspended for telling fans angry at Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones, to boycott his advertisers.
According to MyRecordJournal.com, “Police were called to ESPN about 11:55 p.m. Monday, Lt. Stephen Elliott said. There were about six protesters blocking an ESPN driveway. Police told the protesters that they were on private property, and the protesters left without incident.
“Mike Soltys, a spokesman for ESPN, said the company respects “their right to protest peacefully.
“Our focus was ensuring ESPN’s normal business operations weren’t interrupted.”
On Sunday, Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones told the media that if any of his players disrespected the flag, they would not play. Later that evening, Jemele Hill appeared to be giving advice to Twitter users on how best to fight back against Jones. Advice that included her telling fans to boycott Jones’ advertisers.Read more at Breitbart