"I'm a supporter and a stark supporter of women like Brooke who have shared the airwaves before", Reed said. Travis attacked ESPN for not firing Hill, when they had previously fired analyst Curt Schilling over comments on transgender people.
During a panel discussion on the Jemele Hill controversy and the White House calling her to be fired, things took an entirely different turn when sports radio host and provocateur Clay Travis pointed out that he only believes in two things fully.
"Boobs. Two things that have never let me down in this entire country's history, the First Amendment and boobs".
When she once again asked him to clarify whether he was saying "boobs" or "booze", he confirmed the former. "You believe in the First Amendment and 'B-double-o-B-s?'" Baldwin said, apparently deciding to spell the word instead of say the word "boobs".
Travis tries to keep making his point, but he incidentally made a far more important point with what he expected would be a throwaway, jokey line about "the First Amendment and boobs".
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. Moments after the segment ended, Travis was trending on Twitter, bringing him the exact kind of exposure he was looking for.
"Why would you even go there?"
"Why would you even say that live on national television and with a female host?" she asks. "Yanking mics. Bye. See ya".
Travis, who operates the website Outkickthecoverage.com, was explaining his support for allowing sportscasters to share their political opinions to Baldwin when he dropped the comment that instantly sent Twitter ablaze.
That was. I just.it was one of those thought bubbles "did he actually say that on MY SHOW?!"
Travis, meanwhile, only requested video of his comments.