On Friday, New England sports radio station WEEI fired its long-time morning co-host Gerry Callahan.
What a shame.
If you wanted a dose of sports and a dependable conservative take on politics, you found a home with Gerry Callahan.
He wasn’t an in-your-face personality like Donald Trump, but it’s hard to think of anyone in sports who was more of a fan of The Donald.
Callahan was a fact-driven analyst for the forgotten fan—the fan tired of paying 500 bucks to bring his family to see a ballgame.
And he was tired of the elites running sports and politics, like U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, Elizabeth Warren.
Unfortunately, the suits running Entercom, which owns WEEI, had the final say, and chose to “clean” up the show.
What a shame, because Gerry Callahan was its heart and soul.
There is a future for Callahan in whatever it is he chooses to do.
I’d like to see him in politics.
You remember Scott Brown? He was the guy who drove a truck and ran for—and won—the U.S. Senate seat for Massachusetts. He won the so-called “Ted Kennedy” seat in one of the biggest upsets in politics. Scott famously told supporters that the seat wasn’t Ted Kennedy’s at all, but in fact was the “people’s seat.”
I’d like to see Gerry Callahan run for governor of Massachusetts and replace Republican (RINO) Charlie Baker, whose elitist attitude is embarrassingly anti-Trump.
I could see Gerry Callahan running with the support of Scott Brown and Donald Trump.
Never in Massachusetts?
Callahan’s winning would most certainly give him the last laugh over leadership at WEEI, and help make Massachusetts great again.
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