Former Marine High School Coach Has Savage Punishment For 2 Cocky Players Who Decided To Kneel For anthem

If you are tired of hearing about these entitled little SJW’s taking a knee or throwing up their power fist signals, then you may like to hear that many coaches and education centers are cracking down on the actions of these protesters across the country. The NFL may be lost, but at least many of our education centers are finally seeing that these types of protests are not acceptable.

A coach in Texas at a Christian academy put his foot down when 2 of his players tried to pull their antics on the field. They were immediately removed from the field and the team as well as told to leave their uniforms in the locker room on their way out.

As a former Marine and the coach of a Christian based school, Ronnie Mitchem was having none of it. Of course a few had something to say about his decision, but the protests against his decision are not as loud as they used to be. People are finally waking up to the deeper meaning behind these kids being brainwashed to commit these actions against this country.

According to Conservative Media :

Things are heating up in Texas after a local coach kicked two players off the team for engaging in NFL-like protests as the national anthem was playing at one of their games.

The players, Senior Larry McCullough and sophomore Cedric Ingram-Lewis, who put his fist up in a boycott of the anthem prior to the Victory & Praise Christian Academy’s football game. This caused for Ronnie Mitchem, the team’s coach and local pastor, to react at once, kicking them off the squad after the incident.

“I don’t have any problem with those young men,” Mitchem told the Chronicle. “We’ve had a good relationship. They chose to do that and they had to pay for the consequences.”

Mitchem, who is not only a pastor and a coach but served as a Marine as well, made it very clear to the team that no protests were expected by the team. As he said, no additional tensions were needed in what was already a sensitive time for America.

“He told us that disrespect will not be tolerated,” said Ingram-Lewis, one of the booted players. “He told us to take off our uniform and leave it there.”
Rhonda Brady, Ingram-Lewis’ mother, was not having the coach’s reaction whatsoever.

“I don’t want them back on the team,” said Brady. “A man with integrity and morals and ethics and who truly lives by that wouldn’t have done anything like that….For [the coach] to do what he did, that really spoke volumes and I don’t want my kids or my nephew to be around a man with no integrity.”

The political intolerance in America escalated as of late after the NFL decided to boycott President Trump’s leadership by disrespecting America’s greatest symbols- its flag and anthem.

The mother’s response of not wanting her children around a man of no integrity is the most backward response I have ever heard. The reason the coach removed those two players is because of true integrity. Integrity to his country, his service, to the men and women that have lost their lives fighting for us, and to his very principles. That is the very definition of integrity.

I would suggest to Mrs. Brady that she move forward and try to teach her children actual integrity. Free rides are not going to help those boys in real life, and pulling an act of utter disrespect for everything American will no longer be tolerated by the good people of our country. Try to dishonor the flag or anthem in any other country and the punishment is death.

These entitled players need to be thankful that here in America the consequences of their actions are much more kind. Playing football is a privilege not a right, and any disrespectful action has always been and thankfully is once again met with a just punishment. These boys should learn from their mistakes and readjust their path in life. Maybe one day they can go back to being the football players they should have been instead of playing at social justice in the wrong venue.

H/T [ Conservative Media ]

 

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