Just because Hill's tweets fall on one side of the political spectrum doesn't mean she should be immune to consequences. That only establishes a double standard that would be harmful to ESPN. What she is saying is not necessarily rooted in fact, and is hateful on its own. It's only fair she is fired, just like other any other ESPN employees who have made controversial comments in the past.
I respect that ESPN condemned Jemele Hill, but they need to do the right thing and fire her.
Remember when speaking out against hate was actually appreciated? Hill did exactly that when she called out President Donald Trump on his actions, or lack thereof, in regards to hate groups. This isn't anything new. Hill was promoted specifically to talk about these issues, and anyone who wants to put their head in the sand and pretend racism isn't an issue in this country is dangerous. Hill is trying to enlighten people, and shouldn't be fired for fairly calling out President Trump for his subtle endorsements of alt-right philosophies.
Miss Texas Margana Wood condemned Donald Trump's response to Charlottesville at the Miss America Pageant earlier this month—no one told her to stick to pageants. Hill is basically saying the same thing, but receiving all this backlash. If you need further evidence that racism exists, and the world needs more statements like Hill's, you don't have to look too far. ESPN should not fire her.