So you think a sharing this out of the blue (after being warned not to be offensive on social media in the wake of being suspended for comparing Muslims to Nazis and admitting that it was a mistake he shouldn’t make again):
Edited for NSFW, but here’s a link
is less offensive than posting this after the attack in Orlando (without being warned previously):
So in a country where we have done everything possible to undermine the LGBTQ community, we are suddenly lecturing Islam on homophobia. Oh.
As the article I linked above said - if you can’t see the difference, it reveals more about your agenda than it does ESPN’s, especially when
An ESPN spokesperson said Hill’s tweet doesn’t violate the company’s edict, despite its political overtones
It’s not “just the internet and some random person saying nuh-uh”. It’s actually been vetted by the HR department vis a vis the official policy, as was Schilling’s (which he fully knew, and had been previously warned/suspended regarding).
There is a massive difference which you are willfully ignoring in favor of your uninformed, agendaed opinion.