(Article by Shane Trejo republished from BigLeaguePolitics.com)
James was holding “The Autobiography of Malcolm X,” a book about the Islamic black separatist leader when reporter Taylor Rooks asked him about “his biggest takeaway” from the book.
This is when James looked like a deer in the headlines and exposed himself as a phony and an ignoramus.
“Um…I kind of just started a couple days ago,” James said. “Um…But um…I’ve read a lot of notes over the years. This is my first time actually reading this from start to finish.”
James responded as if he was just called out by his school teacher to give a report in front of class on a book he clearly has never read.
“It’s just a very, um, a very smart man,” the inarticulate ball-thrower said. “A very very very smart man, and basically, um, his words in the 60s, and, uh, what’s going on. What’s actually going on today still.”
James struggled to put together a coherent thought when put on the spot without a script to read from his Chinese masters.
“Things is going to be thrown at us where they try to weaken us, um, they try to make us feel like we’re not kings and queens,” he said. “And it’s going to come from different races and different such shapes and sizes and things of that nature.”
James’ half-literate rant can be seen here:
Even some LeBron fans were ribbing him for his lackluster response in the comments:
Big League Politics has reported on the failure of Wokeball, which has resulted in the NBA and other major sporting leagues suffering low ratings:
Major leagues such as the National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball have struggled to attract their traditional audiences since beginning their seasons, with many speculating that an onslaught of social justice leftism presented to viewers has turned off sports fans from following.
Most NBA players have continued the ritual of kneeling for the National Anthem, raising questions as to why it’s even played before games when most in the arenas clearly don’t identify with it.
Even Major League Baseball, which leftists have been keen to castigate for insufficient allegiance to racial justice orthodoxy, bowed before the expectations of elite cultural liberals for American public life. The entire rosters of the Washington Nationals and New York Yankees kneeled before the anthem on opening day, a surprise to some, considering the playing of anthems before the game began as a tradition of baseball.
Many had assumed the viewing audiences of the major sports would swell in size, considering many Americans have little to no options for entertainment outside of a television or computer screen as the coronavirus pandemic continues. However, fans appear to be tuning out.
James is killing Americans’ love for professional sports by flaunting his leftist black power ideology.
Read more at: BigLeaguePolitics.com