Baseball legend Curt Schilling thinks his former ESPN co-worker Stephen A. Smith is racist.
Schilling and Smith have been trading barbs back and forth, but the former Red Sox pitchers finally went nuclear and dropped a bomb about Smith’s perceived racism. (SLIDESHOW: These Barely Clothed Women Love Baseball)
Schilling said the following according to NESN.com:
What am I going to debate about? I have no interest. I’m forty-nine years old. I have had cancer, I’ve had a heart attack, I’m losing my hair. I’m not going to waste my time with people I don’t respect.
I don’t respect him. I think he’s a racist, I think he’s a bigot. There’s nothing to debate, Number One, and Number Two, there’s not a chance in hell that I would do anything that would bring that station another viewer, ever.
ESPN and the outspoken conservative former pitcher parted ways after Schilling shared a meme on Facebook that ESPN felt was anti-transgender. (RELATED: ESPN Fires Curt Schilling For Conservative Views)
However, it doesn’t appear that Schilling is wallowing in pity. He continues to make regular media appearances and remains outspoken on social media. (RELATED: Curt Schilling Just DESTROYED Hillary Clinton With This Post)