Stephen A. has lost. Smith his damned mind.
For some reason, ESPN talent thinks he might have what it takes to be the leader of the free world, as he recently addressed the possibility of trying to reside in the Oval Office.
“If I think I can win, yes!” Smith told Paul Feinbaum when asked if he would consider running for president.
“But when I see some of the things that have happened, I can honestly tell you that although that answer would still be no…if enough people came to me and said, ‘Steven A. You have a legitimate chance of winning the presidency of the United States of America, “I would seriously consider running.”
“I have no desire to become a politician at all, [to] Ever, but I’m telling you, I’ve lost so much respect from the bullshit I see happening on Capitol Hill, that if someone said to me, “Stephen A. You can win this thing, ‘Yes I’ll run for President of the United States of America,’” Smith stated.
Both men were chuckles after Smith’s ambitious declaration.
I’m here to tell you why this crap isn’t funny. Especially after he doubled the claim during a The last episode of First Take where he repeated his stance. Nothing about this is so fascinating or comical, as if the millions of Americans who are struggling at the moment don’t actually mention why.
Maybe this is a ploy by Smith to get more reviews or some low-level marketing for him New podcast – outside of ESPN – which will allow him to talk about things like entertainment, social issues, criminal justice, business and…politics. However, this is the problem. There’s a huge difference between starting a podcast so you can voice politics because it’s “disappointed” in your day-to-day work, and thinking you have the talent, the intellect, the fortitude of testament, and the undiluted bitterness of believing that you America wants, or needs, but that you have the answers.
Over the years, and on many occasions, Smith has discussed his autobiography, as a reminder to the idiots who think he just appeared on TV screaming about sports one day, rather than realizing he had a long and illustrious career before he ever appeared. on ESPN. But while Smith was a pioneer when it came to television and sports, you’d have to go back to his first few newsroom jobs outside of college to find a time when he wasn’t strictly a sports writer—that is, if he spent time covering news, politics, education, city-wide or local government or state, not to mention the national level. So when you add everything up, it means someone who is not qualified to be a serious candidate that a party must support to run for president. And if you disagree, you’re probably a voter who helped us get back into that situation in 2016.
Despite what some believe the Oval Office has become, given its occupation by a clown who was disguised as the 45th president, it is still the most important job on the planet. We’ve already had an actor in Ronald Reagan play the role, and that led to the first version of Make America Great Again and many more legislation and ideologies that took decades for blacks and browns to get over – the blueprint that Trump was followed by T.
There’s a lot going on right now for someone with a platform like Smith to even joke about running for president while we’re still grappling with the fact that the reality TV star has outlasted 17 professional politicians in his party and the person with the best resume that’s running for president – Hillary Clinton – all of that. Because the Electoral College is outdated, racism is at its height, and because white women have chosen their race over their gender.
Can you imagine Smith campaigning or trying to tackle things like abortion, women’s rights, voter suppression, gun rights, affirmative action, the police, student loan debt, global viruses, picking Supreme Court candidates, or dealing with Vladimir? Putin because Britney Greiner is still not home t?
That would be “blasphemy!” Smith also often shouts on TV.
This isn’t a shot at Smith’s intelligence or willingness to act. It’s proof that there are better fit people for the job and an example of why he’s not qualified. Besides, the last person America “risked” voting for is in the middle of an FBI investigation.
Everything is not for everyone, which is why Stephen A. Smith to leave talks about the possibility of running for president to people who could actually be president. That’s their livelihood, not something that would be a career change just because they’re sick of arguing with Chris “Mad Dog” Russo or Tim Tebow every week.
You have to be loud to think that the reason you’re running for president is because someone said you had a chance, or because you’re enjoying people when you’re wearing suits that most of the time shouldn’t be worn on TV. So, follow your own advice and”stay away from weeds. “