A longtime radio broadcast analyst of the Carolina Panthers confirmed that he had resigned from his position on Tuesday, citing an attempt from team officials to silence his public support for Donald Trump.
Luis Moreno Jr. has been a Spanish-language radio broadcast commentator for Panthers games since 2010, and some fans had raised questions as to why he was absent from broadcasts for the team’s first game. Moreno went on to confirm that he had resigned from his job to a reporter with the Charlotte Observer.
I am well aware that the silent majority is relying on brave people to help voice their concerns. You can always count on me.🇺🇲
I also want to thank Théoden Janes, of the Charlotte Observer, for sharing my story.
I stand by every word that I have said regarding this matter.
— :LUIS F. MORENO JR: 6% Parler:LuisJr40 (@luisjr40) September 15, 2020
Moreno is citing what he describes as a censorship campaign from Panthers team officials such as Eric Fiddleman and Steven Drummond. He recounted Fiddleman contacting him at one point during this off-season, demanding that he remove any reference to the Carolina Panthers on his social media accounts, where he had tweeted and posted about his support for President Donald Trump and his reelection.
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