Where's Redkluzu to explain this?Steve Dillard said:If you delved into the subject (not that it is really worth it), his approach would have been the same if Kurkjian or Rosenthal had softballed the questions. Only, given his on-air persona, he'd have called them gutless pricks, pussies, or other term that would offend.
Digging deeper, he has staked out a position that sideline reporters should act like real reporters:
The original rant originated from their discussion that the women reporters like Andrews, replacing Oliver, is iteslf sexist. They discussed some of the good but less visually appealing female sideline reporters in positive terms. That led to the discussion of her lack of true journalistic questions to Wainright. One could reasonably infer that his complaint about the objectification of womem sideline reporters, of which he considers Andrews example 1A, is actually pro-women's equality. Unfortunately, the words he chose -- and the fact that a lot of people hate his co-hosts -- obscured that message and have led a lot of people, like those here, to jump to the conclusion that he is anti-women.
Did you read what Minihane said? You are free to agree with him. But arguing that his Andrews rant isn't "anti-women" makes me question your reading comprehension skills.