CNN Segment Ends With Guest Proclaiming Love of "First Amendment And Boobs"

Carla Harmon
September 16, 2017

A disgusted and baffled Baldwin told Fox Sports Radio's Clay Travis she couldn't believe he had the audacity to speak like that on live national television.

She was indeed hearing him correctly, Travis assured her. "I believe in only two things completely: The First Amendment and boobs".

Travis then wrote an article for his sports blog, OutkickTheCoverage.com, with the headline "I Love The First Amendment and Boobs" along with a picture of a woman in a bikini top.


Evidently that was the point Travis was attempting to make during his weird rant: since ESPN fired Curt Schilling for making anti-trans bathroom comments, it should be consistent and also discipline Hill.

Any hopes for illuminating discussion on host Brooke Baldwin's panel ended before they started, however, with the 38-year-old Travis taking an elementary school approach. To triple check, she even spelled the word out.

That sound you just heard was left wing fauxragers losing their minds and screaming as they pull their hair out over me helping to save boobs and end breast cancer and probably win a Nobel Prize too.


The host then proceeded to plug his shows and say that viewers should submit t-shirt designs for "First Amendment and boobs" apparel. "I'm done", she exclaimed.

Baldwin apologized "for him" after the segment, calling Travis' remarks "entirely inappropriate". He also said he's been invited back on CNN.

"One of the things that Jemele's had to deal with her entire career", he said, "is sexism, blatant sexism, comments about her appearance, comments about her racially, comments about her inability - or perceived inability - to be able to comment on sports because of her gender".


He made sure she heard him again and stated he believes strongly in boobs, so the segment went on as planned, or so everybody thought.

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