Curt Schilling was fired by ESPN for expressing his personal opinion, on his personal Facebook page, on his own personal time.
This is dead wrong. Everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion, whether one agrees with them, or not. That’s why they’re called “opinions” and not “statements of fact.”
If opinions are to be censored, then they should be censored across the board, i.e. ESPN should forbid all employees from expressing ANY personal opinions.
Of course, this would be a tyrannical usurpation of our right to freedom of speech and expression.
Which is what ESPN is guilty of in the case of Curt Schilling.
Which would be clear to the ESPN bigwigs if they’d drink Noni juice on a regular basis, which is an excellent natural remedy for craniums stuck in anal orifices.