Curt Schilling on Hillary Clinton: 'She should be buried under a jail'

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ESPN 'Addressing' Curt Schilling Remarks on Hillary Clinton

By JOHN DORN

Curt Schilling has rarely held back when it comes to voicing his political views -- even admitting that it could end up costing him his job at ESPN. Last summer, the network booted him from its Sunday Night Baseball broadcast booth after tweeting a meme about Muslims and Nazis, though that didn't stop him from continuing to make similar posts on Facebook in the aftermath.

After Hillary Clinton's successful Super Tuesday, the former MLB pitcher went on 610 Sports radio in Kansas City. Naturally, the topic of politics came up.

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About halfway through the hour-long interview, Schilling got to talking about Clinton and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump. After mentioning that he would be "stunned and upset" if Clinton won't be in prison before the general election, host Danny Parkins asked him if he expects the democratic candidate to end up in jail.

"I hope she does. If I'm gonna believe, and I don't have any reason not to believe, that she gave classified information on hundreds if not thousands of emails on a public server after what happened to General Petraeus, she should be buried under a jail somewhere."

Yikes. Suggesting that Clinton is guilty of a crime is one thing, but implying that she should somehow be buried alive or killed is another.

As Mike Oz of Yahoo Sports notes, Schilling's allusion to General David Petraeus doesn't really help reinforce his stance, as he lost his CIA job for sharing classified information with his biographer -- not sentenced to jail.

Schilling contributed money to Ben Carson's presidential campaign months ago, and went on to voice his displeasure with Trump in the radio interview. But his troubling remark about Clinton surely won't help his standing at ESPN, which permanently removed him from the broadcast booth in January.

UPDATE: ESPN says it is addressing Schilling's remark.

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FILE- In this Feb. 25, 2015, file photo, baseball broadcast analyst and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling watches as the Red Sox workout at baseball spring training in Fort Myers Fla. Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh wants to ban chewing tobacco in sports venues across the city. The mayor is expected to discuss a proposed new ordinance Wednesday, Aug. 5. Public health officials, advocates, local youth and Schilling are expected to attend. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez, File)
Baseball analyst and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling watches as infielders take batting practice at baseball spring training in Fort Myers Fla., Wednesday Feb. 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
LOUDON, NH - SEPTEMBER 27: Former Major League Baseball player Curt Schilling speaks with the media prior to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series SYLVANIA 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on September 27, 2015 in Loudon, New Hampshire. (Photo by Brian Lawdermilk/NASCAR via Getty Images)
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling walks with his son, Garrett, onto the infield at Fenway Park prior to a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves in Boston, Wednesday, May 28, 2014. The Red Sox honored the 2004 World Series team prior to the game. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
MEDFIELD, MA - JULY 19: Curt Schilling, coach of the Drifters, a 16-and-under girls softball team, catches his daughter Gabby at Shonda Schilling Field in Medfield. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
HOUSTON - JULY 12: Curt Schilling and his and Randy Johnson's children before the Major League Baseball Century 21 Home Run Derby at Minute Maid Park on July 12, 2004 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - NOVEMBER 02: Arizona Diamondbacks' pitcher Curt Schilling, accompanied by son Gehrig, speaks at news conference at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, Ariz., a day before his team faces the New York Yankees in Game 6 of the World Series. The Yanks hold a series lead of 3-2. (Photo by Corey Sipkin/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2007 file photo, Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling listens to a reporter's question in Boston during a fundraiser for a Lou Gehrig's disease charity run by Schilling and his wife Shonda Schilling. Schilling says he has "some interest" in running for the late Edward M. Kennedy's Senate seat. The longtime Republican supporter wrote Wednesday Sept. 2, 2009 on his blog that while his family and gaming company are priorities, he does have some interest in a campaign. (AP Photo/Josh Reynolds, File)
RANDOLPH, MA - JULY 7: Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling spends a moment with his son Garrison Schilling, left, while at Showcase Cinemas in Randolph. He was at a charity event to support his wife's Shonda's Shade Foundation. Shonda, a melanoma survivor launched the foundation with the mission of reducing future cases of skin cancer by educating children about sun safety. (Photo by Jonathan Wiggs/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
RANDOLPH, MA - JULY 7: Shonda Schilling hands out sunscreen as part of a of her Shade Foundation work. Shonda, a melanoma survivor launched the foundation with the mission of reducing future cases of skin cancer by educating children about sun-safety.She and her family were at Showcase Cinemas in Randolph. They were greeting kids before the start of the movie Charlotte's Web. (Photo by Jonathan Wiggs/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
BOSTON - APRIL 18: Shonda Schilling gets a giant hug from her husband, Curt Schilling, after finishing the Boston Marathon Monday afternoon while one of her sons waits to congratulate her as well. (Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
BOSTON - MAY 28: Before the game, the Red Sox honored the tenth anniversary of the 2004 World Series Championship team. Pitcher Curt Schilling, who is battling cancer acknowledges the cheers of the crowd as he walks in from left field. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Atlanta Braves in an interleague MLB game at Fenway Park. (Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
KISSIMMEE, FL - AUGUST 1: Mass Drifters Coach Curt Schilling, right, and his wife, Shonda, on the Mass Drifters bench at the USSA Girls Fastpitch World Series II. (Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
BOSTON, MA - AUGUST 03: Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling #38 sits with his wife, Shonda Schilling, while being inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame prior to the game against the Minnesota Twins during the game on August 3, 2012 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 30: Former professional baseball player Curt Schilling (L) and wife Shonda Schilling attend 2010 Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year Celebration at IAC Building on November 30, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/FilmMagic)
BOSTON - MARCH 30: Shonda and Curt Schilling sign copies of her book, 'The Best Kind of Different,' in Barnes & Noble, on Tuesday, March 30, 2010. The book is about their son with Asperger's Syndrome. (Photo by Pat Greenhouse/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
BOSTON - OCTOBER 25: An emotional Red Sox starting pitcher Curt Schilling tips his cap to the crowd as he leaves the game in the sixth inning. (Photo by Jim Davis/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - OCTOBER 25: Curt Schilling of the Boston Red Sox pitches against the Colorado Rockies in Game 2 of the Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2007. (Photo by Robert Caplin/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - OCTOBER 25: Curt Schilling of the Boston Red Sox, left, gives up the ball to manager Terry Francona after being pulled from pitching against the Colorado Rockies in Game 2 of the Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2007. (Photo by Jon Mahoney/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
FILE - In this Oct. 24, 2004, file photo, blood appears around the right ankle of Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling during the sixth inning of Game 2 of baseball's World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals in Boston. Schilling, whose video game company underwent a spectacular collapse into bankruptcy last year, is selling the blood-stained sock he wore during that game. (AP Photo/Winslow Townson, File)
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