When the real sportswriters talk about Trump, they are just saying what they want to hear

The sports media is having its day.

It’s no longer a safe space.

A number of major sports leagues, including the NFL, are moving to embrace the alt-right.

But it’s a bit like a little boy telling his mom, “Mommy’s going to get me some candy bars.”

And it doesn’t work.

Sports journalists are just using words to say what they think the public wants to hear.

The media has an obligation to the public, especially young people, and it has an interest in keeping them informed about issues important to them.

And if the media can’t do that, then it has failed.

But that doesn’t mean it can’t provide news and analysis that is fair and objective.

In fact, that is what the alt, or the alt right, has done well.

Alt-right media outlets and websites have been successful.

They have been embraced by mainstream media, which is why sports reporters and their advertisers want them.

So, what has the alt done to help the mainstream media’s understanding of alt-righters?

One of the most important things the alt has done is provide a platform for the alt to be heard.

Alt right sports media has used social media and YouTube to share news and information.

They even have podcasts and podcasts.

They are not just doing this to be a mouthpiece for the movement.

They actually are doing it because they want it.

Alt Right sports media outlets have also worked to build relationships with journalists who have not taken the alt’s side on issues.

In 2015, a podcast called “Pundits on the Border” was founded by Matt Drudge, a former editor at The Drudge Report.

In the podcast, Drudge and his guests discussed how the alt is pushing the narrative that the U.S. is losing its identity and that its problems are being blamed on illegal immigrants and the Islamic State (ISIS).

The podcast also included guests who were members of the alt alt-rights movement, including Mike Cernovich, who is now a top Trump adviser.

The podcast has gained traction on both alt-left and alt-Right podcasts and Twitter feeds.

The alt-Righters are using podcasts and social media to push the same narrative, but their success is in part due to the mainstream press’s inability to recognize the alt.

That’s why Alt Right Sports Media, a publication founded in 2013, has been successful in gaining credibility with the mainstream.

Alt Left and Alt Right are different.

The Alt Left is a more progressive media organization that has a wide range of views.

Alt Righters are a more right-wing, white supremacist movement that has focused on the alt media.

In other words, the alt Right has a larger audience, which makes it more difficult for the mainstream to identify the alt and its leaders.

But because they’re both left-wing organizations, the media has also struggled to recognize their message.

This is especially true for ESPN, the parent of the NFL.

ESPN is one of the main media outlets that have a relationship with the alt rights movement.

In February, ESPN published an article that argued that the alt was a minority group in America, which was incorrect.

ESPN also cited a study from the University of Maryland, which found that the Alt Right is the most diverse and influential group in the United States.

The article also criticized ESPN for failing to cover the alt left in the wake of the election of Donald Trump.

ESPN has since retracted its article, which sparked a major backlash against the network.

ESPN’s coverage of the Alt-Right has been criticized by many in the alt movement.

ESPN was quick to distance itself from the article, saying that it was an error.

ESPN declined to comment for this article.

But the fact that the network failed to mention the alt at all and instead criticized the media for failing for a year, despite the fact the media had the power to cover it, has left many concerned.

“ESPN is really failing to make the news about the alt,” said Brandon Smith, who heads the alt activist group Anti-Defamation League’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism.

The network has been able to continue to be an advocate for the Alt Left.

ESPN hosts several alt-lite sports programming.

The sports network also produces a show called “SportsCenter,” which features guests like former Breitbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos, who was kicked off the platform last year for his controversial views on race and culture.

The show is regularly featured on Breitbart.

The platform has also used the Alt right to spread misinformation about athletes and other athletes who are involved in the Alt left.

“We don’t like it when we see the media misrepresent the alt on purpose,” said one Alt Right activist.

“The alt is not a fringe group that’s not doing well in mainstream media.”

But the mainstream has been trying to do something about the Alt.

In January, the sports world announced a boycott of ESPN after the network declined to air a segment about the