Worlds Collide: Stephen A. Smith Calls Into Mark Levin’s Radio Show for Bizarre Conversation About DeSean Jackson and Hitler

In a surreal moment of media worlds colliding, ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith called in to Mark Levin’s radio show over the weekend to argue the Philadelphia Eagles shouldn’t summarily fire DeSean Jackson for his anti-Semitic comments and bungled explanation afterwards.

According to a post on The Right Scoop blog, the voluble Smith called Levin to take issue with the conservative host’s stance that the Eagles should cut Jackson though the veteran wide receiver offered up an apology acknowledging that “Hitler was a bad person.” (The relevant portion begins at 1:00:53).

“You want to take issue with me?” Levin said at the outset, apparently tipped off by his producer as to why the ESPN pundit was joining his
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