Jemele Hill, co-host of ESPN's SportsCenter, has drawn heavy criticism in recent months for her provocative, racially-charged tweets. On Friday, Hill made yet another controversial political statement via Twitter by agreeing with one Twitter user who referenced Colin Kaepernick's tweet last month likening cops to the "slave patrol."

Hill responded to the user's tweet, writing, "Inflammatory, but historically accurate."

The user who posted about the former San Francisco quarterback's controversial statement, Nathanael Johnson, then pressed the ESPN host about the statement, asking if it was fair to label all police officers as racist.

“I wouldn’t say all," tweeted Hill, "but it’s been clear for a long time the policing & judicial system are institutionally racist.”

In June, Kaepernick responded to the acquittal of the officer who shot and killed Philando Castile by posting a picture of a star-shaped badge emblazoned with the words 'Runaway Slave Patrol.'

Hill blasts Ravens for passing on Kaepernick

Hill's Twitter remarks came after the ESPN anchor blasted the Baltimore Ravens for not signing Kaepernick, whose public displays of anti-police sentiment have overshadowed his playing career. On Friday morning, after the Ravens announced that they had signed David Olson instead, Hill posted a rant on Twitter, reading, "Oh and ICYMI, the Ravens signed a dude who quit football to be a realtor and played in 2 games in college over a Super Bowl QB."

Kaepernick has struggled to find a team willing to take a chance on him after he was demoted by the 49ers to backup status in 2016 for his refusal to stand during the national anthem.

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Viewers abandon ESPN in droves

ESPN's on-air talent has expressed vocal support for Kaepernick, and audiences have responded by expressed their disgust over the network's increasingly politicized sports coverage.

During the fall of 2016, at the height of the Kaepernick drama, ESPN lost 1,760,000 subscribers, according to Nielsen. Since 2013 the network has seen its viewership decline by approximately twelve million (ESPN, however, disputes Nielsen's figures).

In February of 2017, Disney's first quarter fiscal report indicated doom and gloom for its floundering sports network, with MarketWatch reporting that ESPN was losing an average of 10,000 subscribers per day.

Disney's profits dropped 14 percent as a result, spurring ESPN president John Skipper to institute mass layoffs of on-air and frontline talent in late April.

Clay Travis of Fox Sports Radio blamed the loss of viewership on ESPN's decision to inject toxic doses of liberal politics into its sports coverage.

Referring to ESPN as the "social justice network", Travis stated that "those with liberal opinions are rewarded and allowed to speak freely... those with conservative opinions are told to keep their mouths shut.”

If Jemele Hill's Twitter account is indication, it would appear that Clay Travis' assessment is right on the money.