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Curt Schilling Contributed To Ben Carson Campaign, Joked About Being Fired From ESPN On Donation Form

ESPN baseball analyst Curt Schilling wasn’t sure if he was going to continue to be an ESPN baseball analyst when he donated $250 to Ben Carson’s campaign, according to a Federal Election Commission filing acquired by Tom Kludt of CNN.

On the form, Schilling used “ESPN (NOT SURE HOW MUCH LONGER)” for the name of his employer, and “ANALYST (FOR NOW ANYWAY)” as his occupation:

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Schilling’s donation, dated on Sept. 1, 2015, was a week after his cool tweet about Muslims and Nazis got him suspended from Little League World Series coverage, and two days before ESPN took him off TV for the rest of the MLB season.

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