Tim Tebow just scored a job liberals really won’t like


There is nobody in sports more hated by the left than Tim Tebow.

He isn’t ashamed of his love of Jesus Christ.

And Tim Tebow just scored a job liberals really won’t like.

For years, the left has tried to cancel Tim Tebow.

But instead, he has thrived, playing in the NFL and MLB, along with producing movies and hosting broadcast television shows.

And since announcing his retirement from baseball, his most recent career move, there has been much speculation about his future.

We finally got answers in recent days when ESPN announced that Tebow would join the network’s First Take show, where he will go head-to-head with left-wing host Stephen A. Smith.

Tebow will be replacing former co-host Max Kellerman, appearing on the show every Friday.

Smith is about as “woke” as you can get.

He is constantly looking for reasons to be outraged.

In one famous rant, he claimed that Chess is “racist” because the black pieces never move first, and instead go second after the white pieces.

In one of his latest rants, he claimed that unvaccinated athletes should be kicked out of professional sports.

“They’re lucky I ain’t running the NFL,” Smith declared. “Best Interest of the League Clause. You wouldn’t play.”

And perhaps most awkward in this situation is that Smith has been a major critic of Tebow.

Earlier this year, he called Tebow’s NFL comeback in recent years as proof of “white privilege.”

“I’m happy for him, meaning Tim Tebow specifically, but when you look at the totality of the situation, If I’m gonna bring up white privilege when I brought up Steve Nash getting the job in Brooklyn, is this not an example of white privilege?” Smith said. “What brother you know is getting this opportunity?”

It is sure to get heated on Friday’s when Smith goes head-to-head with Tebow.

But it won’t be shocking if Tebow doesn’t last long.

Afterall, the left doesn’t like to be challenged on their views.

If he calls out Smith for his insanity too much, he will likely be kicked off air very quickly.

But it will likely make great television for ESPN, for as long as it is able to last at least.

Culture Watch News will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.