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ESPN has come under fire after "SportsCenter" host Jemele Hill tweeted that President Donald Trump is a "white supremacist" who is "unfit and unqualified" to be commander-in-chief.

ESPN's public relations department later tweeted a statement, saying that Hill's comments do not represent the position of the network. ESPN took no action against Hill for her comments, however, which has led to criticism.

Controversial free agent NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick tweeted a message of support to Hill, saying "we are with you."

Kaepernick made national headlines last NFL season by kneeling during the pre-game national anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality in America.

On "Fox & Friends First" today, Lawrence Jones said ESPN's lack of action against Hill makes it clear that they are pushing some kind of liberal agenda.

He pointed out that former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling was fired from his analyst position by the network when he retweeted a meme that was deemed offensive to the LGBTQ community.

"If it's going to be about censoring speech, which they have the right to do being there own network, be fair across the board," Jones said.

As for Kaepernick's tweet to Hill, Jones said he doesn't think it will help his odds of getting signed by an NFL team.

"He's not that good of a football player, so that's not going to help him," Jones said.

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