Curt Schilling Hammers ‘Dumb A**es’ At ESPN

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Baseball legend Curt Schilling continued his trend of bashing his former employer ESPN during a Reddit “Ask Me Anything.”

One user asked him about whether he viewed being cut out of the “Four Days in October” documentary as censorship.

He replied, “No, I just look at that as another dumb ass move by dumb asses.” (RELATED: Curt Schilling Shuts Down Gun Control Supporters With This Simple Message After The Orlando Terrorist Attack)

“The only danger is if you HAVE To work for someone you don’t respect and that doesn’t respect the 1st Amendment. This ‘represents our company’ bullshit is laughable. Why on earth would anyone care what people they don’t know, think?” he added.

Schilling also claimed that he feels ESPN has an outright anti-conservative agenda. (RELATED: Curt Schilling: Let Our Soldiers Do Their Job)

He was fired by ESPN after sharing a meme about transgender people on Facebook, and had previously been suspended for being outspoken on politics in the past.

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