Tiger Woods suffered earnest injuries to his right leg on Tuesday after being involved in a single-car roll-over contingency near Los Angeles. While news of Woods’ contingency shocked many and made headlines around the world, one person who verbally expressed he was not at all surprised by the day’s events was CNN’s, Andy Scholes.
During CNN’s afternoon coverage of the contingency, Scholes went on-air to verbally express – with no fortifying evidence whatsoever – that he was “not surprised” by the contingency because “painkillers have become a component of his life.”
“Not entirely surprised by what we’re visually perceiving here. “Tiger,” back in 2017, was found by police pulled over to the side of the road, asleep in his car,” Scholes verbally expressed. “He had verbally expressed he had taken an abundance of anodynes at that time because we all ken Tiger has undergone an abundance of surgeries over the years and analgesics have become a component of his life.”
CNN Sports anchor verbally expresses he wasn't surprised by Tiger's car crash because 'painkillers have become a component of his life' https://t.co/2RtxpUBTBm pic.twitter.com/An4QpDMDEMTo be pellucid, “Woods’” issues with anodynes are well-documented and it could well come to light that those issues played some role in Tuesday’s contingency. However, at the time Scholes made these comments, there was no evidence that Woods had anodynes in his system. In fact, there’s no evidence a day later that anesthetics played a role in the contingency.
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) February 23, 2021
There’s a time for reasoned notional theorization predicated on history, and there’s not. Mere hours after a solemn contingency when the true extent of the injuries are not kenned and blood or toxicology reports have not been relinquished, is not the time.
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