Football Announcer Suspended Indefinitely After Saying ‘Illegal Aliens’ During Bowl Game

You're not supposed to notice America's collapsing border, and if you do you will be punished.

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North Carolina State play-by-play announcer Gary Hahn has been suspended indefinitely for remarking about “illegal aliens” during the Duke’s Mayo Bowl.

Hahn said “amongst the illegal aliens in El Paso,” while giving the score update for the Sun Bowl on Friday.

Apparently, mentioning the crisis on the southern border is a verboten topic, because the university announced Hahn was suspended “indefinitely” for his comments.

“Learfield has suspended Wolfpack Sports Network play-by-play announcer Gary Hahn from his agreement indefinitely following comments made during today’s Duke’s Mayo Bowl radio broadcast,” Wolfpack Sports Properties general manager Kyle Winchester said in a statement.

Hahn had been N.C. State’s football and men’s basketball announcer since 1991.

Thousands of illegal aliens have been pouring into the southern border through El Paso in recent weeks in anticipation of the expiration of Title 42, which the Supreme Court has upheld pending a February hearing.

“In the last year, illegal immigration into El Paso has risen by over 280% – hundreds of thousands of foreign nationals streaming in, jobless, penniless, anonymous,” Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson reported earlier this month.

“What happened next? You know what happened next: the most predictable disaster in the world. Crime skyrocketed. Social cohesion collapsed. Test scores in local schools plummeted, and the city began to fall apart. People who grew up in El Paso started to leave in large numbers.”

The crisis has become so severe that reports are emerging that illegals are pouring out of manholes in attempt to sneak into the country.

Customs and Border Protection also reported 233,740 migrant apprehensions last month, the highest November ever recorded.

But talking about this well-documented humanitarian crisis is considered racist and a “conspiracy theory” by the powers that be.