Steve Czaben laughs at, made fun of, mocked V Stivian for getting attacked by two males while they used racial slurs against her
V Stiviano was recently attacked in New York by two males, and while being attacked the men used racial terms.
According to Steve Czaben(and his co-host) this was 'funny' to them, and according to them 'she got what she deserved'...
Yet these same hosts are so quick to condemn athletes who physically abuse their spouses, or women, yet feel it's OK for two 'white' men to physically assault, beat up, V Stiviano in Lobby of Hotel.
Steve Czaben is basically saying it's OK for a woman of color to get beat up by men.
I've listened to this sportscaster of Fox radio for a while, and see a pattern here.
I have no respect for them and am not really sure why they're into covering sports, I think Czaben should take his obvious racial bias and go into politics, co-host next to Hannity or Savage, where he could allow is racial bias to spill out freely.
Steve Czaben and 'The boys' (his crew/staff) basically endorsed the beating of V Stiviano by two men, they laughed at it, even laughed and made jokes about their use of the 'n' word towards her while assaulting her.
Steve Czaben is sick for suggesting that, and making light of such a brutal beating of a woman in public.
This guy should take his racial and sexual bias to another show, he doesn't belong in sports, which is more of a unifying medium.
Steve C thinks being an honest 'racist' is a good thing, coming from his fellow broadcasters and or scouts.
It's just so revealing how subconsciously people use different descriptive words towards same behavior and actions of athletes of different color or ethnicity.
Example if white athlete Brazen and daring applies.
If black athlete same sportscaster will use Cocky, and reckless.
Manzel, when he through interceptions was 'daring'...willing to do all to lead team to victory.
But when Jameis Winston throws interceptions, after not loosing a game in 2 years...he's 'reckless', could be a sign of weakness, according to 'white' sportscasters like Steve C and others.
If it were a one time thing, fine, but this pattern has been observed for years, athlete after athlete.
Even with Russell Wilson.
Even if QB is barely black, one light tone of black, the attacks and questioning their greatness begins.
But if Albino, can do no wrong, mistake after mistake after mistake, can do no wrong in the eyes of people like Steve C.
Sorry Steve, your analyst of Jameis Winston is wrong...he may scare you, cause of your inner racial biases, but he certainly doesn't scare me at all, not one bit.
I think he's a wonderful young college football player and can't wait for him to prove all of you sportscasters wrong who just so love rooting against black athletes who don't kiss your butt's, but rather steps on them in the spirit of Ali...
Last Edit: Feb 25, 2015 9:23:12 GMT -5 by X factor