Kings Fire Announcer Who Said 'All Lives Matter,' Hire Broadcaster That Called Trump 'White Supremacist Terrorist'

Kings Fire Announcer Who Said 'All Lives Matter,' Hire Broadcaster That Called Trump 'White Supremacist Terrorist'


The Sacramento Kings appear to have made a statement by firing an announcer who said, “all lives matter,” only to replace him by hiring someone who claimed that Donald Trump is a “white supremacist terrorist.”

Back in June, Kings announcer Grant Napear was pressured to resign from his 30-year broadcasting job after stirring vitriol from the left because he said that “all lives matter.” Napear, who had been with the team since 1988, later explained that he was not aware that “all lives matter” was somehow considered racist.

Napear also lost his job on KHTK radio over the incident.

Still, it seems clear that the Kings are not averse to their broadcasters acting inappropriately in public. We know this because of who they hired to replace Napear.

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Early this month, the Kings announced that it is filling its play-by-play position with ESPN and ABC Sports broadcaster Mark Jones.

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