Fmr. Hockey Superstar Jeremy Roenick: ‘NBC Has a History of Double Standard and It Happened with Me’

‘It’s that double standard because of maybe who you are, what you represent, or maybe how you look at yourself as a person’

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ROENICK: “>I appreciate you bringing it up. There is a misconception in the media the way they are portraying my lawsuit. They are saying it’s about anti-heterosexual. That’s not the case. NBC has had a long history of double standards. I say one thing on a podcast. Someone else says something just as bad on NBC. I get fired. The one person doesn’t. For knee, I think ebb needs to be treated fairly. If you are in the workplace, whether you are black, Latino or or — or Hispanic or gay. If you do something wrong you should get fired. It's that double standard because of maybe who you are, what you represent, or maybe how you look at yourself as a person. NBC I think for a long time has had a history of double standards. It’s a double standard. It’s not anti-heterosexual. “

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