"If I was running Bleacher Report right now, I would be furious."
According to Clay Travis, the number one way to lose the respect of your entire audience is to provide them with something inauthentic. Whether that means showing obvious bias due to corporate ties, being forced to rescind statements and apologize, or even censoring an opinion, if you do something and provide an opinion due to an outside source and not your own thoughts, it is wrong.
In fact, we wouldn't blame you if you stopped listening after something as bad as this.
When Bleacher Report pulled their tweet and apologized to Mark Cuban and the Mavericks, it was pathetic and soft. The fact that they were forced to should make their employees outraged.
Listen below, and see why David Levy owes everyone at Bleacher Report an apology.
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