Not the Bee: NBA reporter cheers rioters torching low-income housing, freaks when "animals" come to his gated community

by Adam Ford · Jun 1st, 2020 12:57 pm

Last Updated Jun 1st, 2020 at 2:29 pm

Veteran NBA reporter Chris Palmer, who has worked for ESPN and Bleacher Report, delivered a "Not the Bee"-worthy performance on Twitter in recent days, showcasing incredible hypocrisy by cheering the destruction of America's inner cities and then, just two days later, publicly wetting his pants when the same "animals" showed up at his gated community.

His first tweet, from Friday, was a picture of a building burning in a raging inferno in downtown Minneapolis. He captioned the picture, "Burn that s**t down. Burn it all down.":

The second tweet completing his double-double of hypocrisy and lack of self-awareness came just two days later, as he took to social media to freak right out after rioters showed up at his gated community. He called them "animals" and said, "Go back to where you live.":

As if this one-two could be any more stunning, the first picture he tweeted was actually of a brand-new $30 million affordable housing complex that was just about to open up for low-income individuals in Minneapolis.

While Palmer tweeted from his gated community.

You can't make this stuff up.

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