One of the things that sucks about 24/7 news coverage is that big stories get wall-to-wall coverage to the point that most people get pretty damn sick of them.
The most recent example of this over-the-top coverage revolves around ESPN's Jemele Hill's string of tweets from Monday where she called Donald Trump a "white supremacist" and the White House's call for Hill to be fired as a result.
On Friday afternoon, CNN brought on a former colleague of Hill's, Keith Reed, to debate her current situation with radio host/analyst/guy who so desperately wants to be talked about in stories like this, Clay Travis.
Unfortunately (or fortunately, because who gives a shit if cable news shows go off the rails or not?) the conversation deviated from its planned course when Travis delivered a line that he's trotted out before, saying, "I believe in only two things completely: The First Amendment and boobs." When CNN's Brooke Baldwin, seeking clarification, asked if he said he believed in "b, double o, b-s" (which is...professional?) he said that those were the only two things that hadn't let him down in the U.S.'s history (I call BS on that):
After he said that, as you may have seen above, he actually finished the rest of his answer. Baldwin, who was still perplexed and also maintains the illusion that CNN still has some semblance of dignity, cut the mics and ended the segment. "I’m done, I’m sorry. I’m done," she said. "This conversation is over, yanking mikes, bye. Forgive me, live television happens and you think you heard something, you are not sure and then you realize it happened, so I apologize for him on that."
Afterward she took to her Twitter to write the following:
Travis also went on his Twitter to do his thing: