September 8, 2014
Bruce Levenson, the Jewish owner of the Atlanta Hawks, has actually self-reported a “racist” e-mail he sent in August 2012. As a result of this “racist” e-mail, he is planning on selling his interest in the team.
The gist of his e-mail was that he felt as if the team’s fan base was too Black. He then felt compelled to tell the NBA about this evil thought crime. You would almost think that this is a satirical story, but apparently it isn’t.
If this doesn’t prove that political correctness has gotten completely out of control than nothing will. It is like some sort of sick mental illness that is impacting everyone including the Jews themselves.
Or maybe it is just an excuse to sell the team.
Atlanta Hawks controlling owner Bruce Levenson has self-reported to the NBA that he sent a racist e-mail in August 2012 and will sell his interest in the team.
Levenson reported the e-mail to the NBA in July, almost two years after it was sent but while the league was deep in litigation over the now-completed sale of the Los Angeles Clippers. The investigation was ongoing when Levenson decided to leave the team.
The e-mail, to Hawks President Danny Ferry, details Levenson’s belief that the Hawks’ fan base was too heavily African-American.
“I wrote an e-mail two years ago that was inappropriate and offensive,” Levenson said in a Hawks news release Sunday morning.