Eddie Munster grew up and became a sports reporter at CNBC.  Who frickin’ knew?

So, athlete extraordinaire Meb Keflezighi is the first American to win the New York marathon since 1982.  And CNBC Sports Reporter Darren Rovell takes a 26 mile dump on the runner’s victory:

Given our disappointing results, embracing Keflezighi is understandable.  But Keflezighi’s country of origin is Eritrea, a small country in Africa.   He is an American citizen thanks to taking a test and living in our country.”

Could you pass that test,  jackass?  Did you know when America was looking for allies against Saddam Hussein, Eritrea signed on to help our sorry wrong-country-invading asses?

Oh, but Darren Douche goes on…

Nothing against Keflezighi, but he’s like a ringer who you hire to work a couple hours at your office so that you can win the executive softball league.”

Keflezighi says he has heard it all before.  He’s used it because he’s lives in America.

I see a Rovell making a fine career covering Dodgeball at the Ocho.

SOURCE: Think Progress


9 thoughts on “CNBC Sports Douche Darren Rovell

  1. Oh so true!

    This shit pisses me off to no end!
    As a second-generationer, I know that people who CHOOSE to become American citizens go through a lengthy process to achieve that status – because it MEANS something to them — as opposed to the bloated sense of entitlement so many ‘natural borns’ pitch forth.

    I’d love to see a re-fucking-tard like Rovell actually take that test (including waiting the years to actually be qualified to do so) and see how he does with that.

    My only question is — what country can we kick HIM out to when he fails?

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