This past August, Curt Schilling tweeted out a meme comparing Muslim extremists to Nazis. He later apologized, but it wasn’t enough to pacify the powers that be at ESPN. Schilling was yanked from the network for the remainder of this year.

We can’t help but wonder, then, if ESPN will take similar action with “Pardon the Interruption” co-host Tony Kornheiser, who suggested that the Tea Party might have a kindred spirit in ISIS:

Pretty inflammatory stuff, isn’t it, ESPN?

Excellent question.

And what about this?

Back in July, Kornheiser enjoyed a delightful golf game with Barack Obama:

And again in August:

And again earlier this month:

Is ESPN going to hold President Obama accountable for being associated with someone like Kornheiser?

Hey, their rules, right?

But we won’t hold our breath.

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