ESPN’s Le Batard Questions Why Obama, Other World Leaders Are Eulogizing Fidel Castro

Monday, ESPN’s Dan Le Batard reacted on his ESPN Radio show to the responses world leaders have made in regards to the death of Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro. Le Batard, whose parents are Cuban refugees, criticized world leaders such as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and United States President Barack Obama for giving rather nice statements in the wake of Castro’s death, as well as San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s support of the dictator before his death. Partial transcript as follows: One of the things Castro took was hope, and as long as his regime is in charge, what it births is hopelessness, and as it regards Kaepernick, I’m not going to call that guy names. He’s got his fight. He’s not informed on all things. He could be wrong, but he’s not any more or less wrong than what the Prime Minister of Canada was just saying. Hell, Obama himself wasn’t harsh enough on what it is: a murderous killer, man. I don’t need to hear about Hitler building bridges, and I don’t need to hard about Castro and the good things he did. I just heard a bunch of world leaders celebrate the longevity of Fidel Castro… I’m sitting here