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MSNBC Host Tiffany Cross Fired After Controversial Comments About Florida And Ron DeSantis

Problematic MSNBC host Tiffany Cross has been fired by the network after her controversial comments about Florida and its Governor, Ron DeSantis. This is not Cross’s first time dealing with controversy due to her off-color opinions. She previously came under fire due to her comments about Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. She said that he was allowed to suffer a second successive concussion on the football field because he is a black athlete playing for a white coach. Tua is a Pacific Islander, not black. And Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel is biracial black and white. Cross has consistently shown herself to be a lightning rod for controversy while at the same time not being so attractive when it comes to the bottom line, which is television ratings.


MSNBC Fires Host Tiffany Cross after Offensive Comments on Florida | National Review

Tiffany Cross ‘Disheartened’ By MSNBC Ouster – Variety

OutKick on Twitter: “MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross says the NFL’s handling of Tua’s concussion proves “white NFL coaches” don’t care about “black bodies.” Uhm, Tua is not black and his coach is not white.” / Twitter

Ian Miles Cheong on Twitter: “Tiffany Cross was fired for this: “Let’s castrate Florida. Here’s the problem. Ron DeStupid, Ron DeSantis, whatever you wanna call Florida Man. He is so problematic. … He traffics in stupidity, in ignorance, he is a problem for the rest of the country.”” / Twitter

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