That’s right, Sage. Shut it down.
ESPN reporter Sage Steele shut down leftist lunatic and Canadian singer Win Butler from dissing America on our health care system after the Celebrity Basketball Game in Toronto.
Well done, Sage.
The New YOrk Post reported:
Win Butler wants the United States to Wake Up, but ESPN wasn’t about to allow him the platform for his alarm.
The frontman of Arcade Fire, a band that hails from Canada, was named the Celebrity Game MVP in Toronto on Friday night, racking up 15 points and 14 rebounds for team Drake in a game some people actually watched. But Butler tried to keep eyes and ears on him after the performance, pivoting an interview with ESPN’s Sage Steele into a plea for health-care reform in the United States.
It was short-lived; Steele, acting for the network that preaches “Stick to Sports,” promptly cut off his appeal.
“I just wanted to say, it’s an election year in the U.S., the U.S. has a lot it can learn from Canada, health care, taking caring of people,” said Butler, who was born in California before moving north.
“We’re talking about celebrity stuff, not politics,” interjected Steele. “Congratulations on your MVP.”
What a jacka$$.
Do Canadian liberals really thing US voters want to hear their opinion on our elections? Especially after they just elected a looney tune Socialist as prime minister?