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Horny ESPN Host Wants To Run For President

Horny ESPN Host Wants To Run For President

Stephen A. Smith is known for exactly two things: his bombastic opinions and being extremely horny at all times. If those characteristics make him sound presidential to you, then his most recent aspiration will not come as a particularly big surprise.

On Wednesday afternoon, one of Smith’s fans on Twitter tweeted out that he should run for president. Rather than simply brushing it off as empty praise, the host of First Take retweeted it with a serious message.

“I’d run if I had the support,” he said.

Plus, Smith insisted, he would have a very good chance of dethroning President Donald Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden if he squared off against them.

“Although I’m no politician, I’m about what’s best for the country,” he continued.

“I’d like my chances vs. Trump or Biden. Especially in a debate. and Yes, I’m serious…..although I’m obviously not doing it.

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Earlier in the day, Smith made headlines for something more in his wheelhouse – being a big advocate for people having sex.

During a debate with Max Kellerman on First Take, Smith made a passionate case for NBA players currently locked away in the Orlando bubble to get conjugal visits.

“I would strongly advise the NBA to facilitate that happening,’ he insisted.

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This was not the first time Smith made the argument for NBA players getting sexy time. He first did this back in June, when the prospect of a bubble was first discussed.

“Do we really think the ‘recreational activities’ that these guys are accustomed to are going to be compromised for three months?” he said at the time.

“I mean, somebody’s gotta say it. You really, really think somebody’s gonna be without their wives or their woman? The guys that are married without their wives, the guys that ain’t married without their woman. You really, really think they’re honoring a bubble for three months?”

Smith’s general horniness is something that is a matter of public record at this point.

To the ESPN host’s credit, unlike past presidential candidates, he doesn’t even try to hide it. He addresses it head on.

All jokes aside, the prospect of Smith running for president of the United States is obviously ludicrous.

There is no scenario where someone like him gets serious consideration. What’s next, Kanye West runs for office? Donald Trump wins? Preposterous.

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Anthony Amador

A recent graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.

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