CNN contributor Roland Martin continues to serve a suspension for Twitter comments that were interpreted as hateful and promoting violence towards gays. While Martin has already apologized profusely for the comments, he just can’t seem to stop begging for forgiveness. This weekend, on his TV One show, “Washington Watch”, he talked about his ongoing conversation with GLAAD. GLAAD issued a lengthy release about “Why Language Matters” and accepted Martin’s apology yet again. At some point, this theater will get tired and played out. But, for now, keep it coming! And make sure to check back in tomorrow for another edition of “What’s Roland Tweeting.”
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