The Sacramento Kings, an NBA team in the Western conference, fired announcer Grant Napear and replaced him with far-left ESPN sportscaster Mark Jones, OutKick reported.
By contrast, Mark Jones, who earns about $2 million a year, called the police racist and told them to go away.
“Police never saved me. Never helped me,” Jones tweeted. “Never protected me. Never taken a bullet for me. (They’ve pulled guns on me) Never kept me safe in a protest. Never stopped the racist from taking my Black Lives Matter flag off my house. I could do without em. fr.”
He repeated false and dangerous sentiments that cause black Americans to fear the police.
“Saturday at my football game I’ll tell the police officer on duty to ‘protect’ me he can just take the day off,” he added. “[For real] I’d rather not have the officer shoot me because he feared for his life because of my black skin or other dumb ish. I’m not signing my own death certificate.”
But Jones has accepted help from police officers when they benefited him.
I’m not going to lie. I love our police escorts to the stadium. Saves us a good 40 min to 1 hour of not waiting in traffic.
— MarkJonesESPN (@MarkJonesESPN) October 8, 2011
Traffic never looked so good in ATL on I75/I85. You must have a police escort. Lol. https://t.co/4fyc0deXfD
— MarkJonesESPN (@MarkJonesESPN) April 7, 2016
S/o to the Syracuse Police Dept who helped me secure the 💼 today. I appreciate y’all. Keep up the great work. Real professionals👏🏾👏🏾🙏🏾 pic.twitter.com/RytChETJ6E
— MarkJonesESPN (@MarkJonesESPN) September 15, 2018
Jones liked the police when they afforded him privileges unavailable to ordinary citizens.
But now his featured image on Twitter has a Black Lives Matter slogan and a raised black power fist, two images that show hatred for the police.
Far-left political ideology has turned Jones into an all-around nasty person.
He has “liked” posts that celebrated the the Nick Bosa’s torn ACL, which could end his career, because the player supports President Donald Trump.