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Memo to CNN: They Don't Call It The "Boob Tube" for Nothing

Memo to CNN: They Don't Call It The

"I believe in the First Amendment and boobs", Travis stated. Of course, as you can see below, his entire point was overshadowed by his decision to bring boobs into the mix, apropos of nothing.

Travis is now crowing on his Twitter feed about having just sexually harassed Baldwin.

Travis makes it clear that he believes in boobs but definitely doesn't have time to respect the women attached to those boobs.

Wait, did you just say you believe in the First Amendment and - hold on, I just want to make sure I heard you correctly as a woman anchoring the show, what did you just say?

Evidently that was the point Travis was attempting to make during his freaky rant: since ESPN fired Curt Schilling for making anti-trans bathroom comments, it should be consistent and also discipline Hill. Travis responded saying, "You can't say you like the First Amendment and boobs?".

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What this has to do with the female anatomy is anyone's guess, but Travis felt the need to say, "I'm a First Amendment absolutist, I believe in only two things completely, the First Amendment and boobs".

When she once again asked him to clarify whether he was saying "boobs" or "booze", he confirmed the former. On Friday, that meant telling CNN's Brooke Baldwin how much he loves titties on live TV. I say and write it every day.

The freakish segment quickly captured the attention of social media, and Baldwin herself chose to personally comment on the matter.

Travis criticized ESPN after host Jemele Hill called President Donald Trump a white supremacist Tuesday.

Travis tweeted after the exchange that he had already been invited back on CNN. "She has acknowledged that her tweets crossed that line and has apologized for doing so". He also said that since ESPN fired Curt Schilling for a Facebook post supporting North Carolina's transgender bathroom ban, they also have to fire Hill for her social media behavior.