Moron Don Imus Expands On Remarks Made About Jones

The dumbest person on radio

Idiot Shock-jock Don Imus elaborated on his controversial remarks about suspended Adam “Pacman” Jones during his radio show this morning. On Monday, Imus implied that Jones was arrested so many times because he was black. His comments were taken by some as racist and offensive but Imus, on his syndicated talk show “Imus In The Morning,” says that’s simply not the case. Yesterday, Imus asked sportscaster Warner Wolf about the race of the Dallas Cowboys cornerback.

When Wolf said Jones is African-American, Imus responded, quote, “Well, there you go. Now we know.” Meanwhile, activist Reverend Al Sharpton says he’ll wait a few days before deciding whether to take action against Imus, who was fired last year for comments about the Rutgers women’s basketball team. Remind me again why this moron is allowed on the radio?

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2 Responses to “Moron Don Imus Expands On Remarks Made About Jones”

  1. Ivan Diaz says:

    Mr. Imus’ remarks, although insensitive, do not bother me nearly as much as those he uttered last year against the Rutgers basketball team. Pac Man Jones is a professional athlete who, upon entering the realm of professional sports, know they will receive the slings and arrows of criticism from talk shows and the like. Those young women at Rutgers were merely enjoying their college experience at its’ finest when they verbally abused by this “past-his-prime” buffoon.

  2. Rhonda says:

    This man will never live down his past. The last time I checked – our CONSTITUTION was and is still in place. We (People) can say anything we want. That’s the beauty of AMERICA!!! Get over it. Al Sharpton needs to get a freaking real job and stop inciting blacks!!!