Remember Curt Schilling? He led the Red Sox to win the World Series in ’04. He’s also known for royally pissing off loads of leftists and ESPN (see Curt Schilling Doubles Down After ‘Transphobic’ Meme Goes Viral. Leftists Flip…). That is, if there’s still a distinction between “leftists” and “ESPN” anymore (see Curt Schilling Fires Back on ESPN’s Leftist Hypocrisy). Needless to say, Schilling is a LwC favorite. We had him on the show last month to discuss a potential Senate run.
This week, Schilling joined Neil Cavuto to talk leadership. Something the Boston sports hero knows a thing or two about.
“Being in public office is about being a leader…”
“I believe being a senator, being a governor, being in public office is about being a leader. It’s not about being the smartest guy in the room or the smartest gal in the room. It’s about surrounding yourself with smart people and coming to a consensus and making the right decisions for the people you represent. As a senator, that would be the people of Massachusetts, as the governor you’re fiscally responsible for Massachusetts, as president it’s the country.”
He makes a good point. Something worth noting should he run for office, but that’s 2018. Don’t think Curt isn’t still focused on this year’s election. When Cavuto asked Curt what he thought about the debate, Hillary’s name popped up a few times. Schilling pulled no punches.
“I don’t understand how Hillary’s an option, much less the candidate. She has nothing to stand on achievement wise. I don’t understand how she’s not in jail. She’s done the opposite of nothing, she’s hurt in every possible way she can and I think she’s the epitome of just a very bad, bad, evil human being.”
He hit the swamp hag where it hurts, which is pretty admirable. Curt still continues his quest against the left despite people’s reactions. After all, he’s come under buckets of raging, leftist hell fire for his opinions in the past. But that didn’t stop him, just like the risk of diabetes doesn’t stop Chris Christie from eating second dinner.
Curt’s leadership and Democrat stomping qualities would serve him well should he choose to run for Senate. Massachusetts is a state where most Republicans aren’t given a chance, but then again Schilling pulled off the World Series…