Black Player Sends Ominous Warning To Americans If Athletes Are Forced To Kneel For Anthem

The NFL has long been garnering massive tax breaks and federal funding as recently reported by Freedom Daily which is concerning since it seems the players feel no need to show respect to our flag, our country, or our military. Within 24 hours of Trump dropping a bombshell tweet that implied he may decide to go after their tax cuts and funding, the NFL suddenly decided to make standing for the Anthem mandatory once again.

The next protest may very well be players against bosses. Many of the players are now screeching that it is violating their first amendment to force them to stand. Wrong buttercup! The first amendment is not all consuming and once you become an employee of any place you fall under the companies rules and policies. You can either stand or walk. The choice is yours.

These players should all have to take a mandatory class on understanding the actual Constitution before they are allowed to sign contracts. Maybe that would ease many of these issues we currently face.

According to Conservative Fighters :

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman Gerald McCoy, speaking on Adam Schefter’s Know Them From Adam podcast, said he thinks there might “be an uproar” if NFL players are forced to stand for the national anthem.

“I don’t think guys are gonna like it,” McCoy said, when asked about the possible reaction from players. “I think it’s gonna be an uproar if that is to happen because you’re basically taking away a constitutional right to freedom of speech. If guys wanna have a, I guess you would call it a peaceful protest, I don’t think it’s right to take that away.”

Mr. McCoy’s comment comes as a response to a letter from Commissioner Roger Goodell stating, “Like many of our fans, we believe that everyone should stand for the national

Tensions between players and owners were already tightened prior to the Goodell letter, when Dallas Cowboy owner Jerry Jones essentially stated that his players must stand for the anthem or sit for the game. Together, the Goodell letter and the Jones decree infuriated the Left, forcing them into over-the-top actions and silly comments.

But the NFL tried to play down the rift this morning, when it issued a statement: “Commentary this morning about the Commissioner’s position on the Anthem is not accurate.” It said it’s “doing the hard work of trying to move from protest to progress, working to bring people together.”

The debate is making some on the Left batty. ESPN commentator Jemile Hill’s suspension for suggesting fans boycott Cowboy advertisers has led Al Sharpton to call for a boycott of ESPN.

And another ESPN commentator, Michael Wilbon, has even compared Jerry Jones to a “slaveowner” for ordering his players to comply with a rule has long been in the NFL’s game operations manual.

However, much like the decline in NFL ratings show how badly the NFL underestimated (or disregarded) fan reaction to the kneeling protest, the Left’s reaction to the league’s desire to punt on this issue shows how badly the NFL misunderstands their right to protest.

Although people like Gerald McCoy and Michael Wilbon may believe there’s “a constitutional right to freedom of speech” involved, in fact there’s no such right at issue here.

An NFL team owner has the right to tell a football player (an employee) who is wearing his uniform, playing for the his team and cashing his checks that he doesn’t want him or any employee of his business doing things on the job that the owner considers to be bad for his brand.

This is similar in principle to a Chick-fil-A franchise owner telling a Chick-fil-A employee he or she does not have the right to punch in at Chick-fil-A, wear a Chick-fil-A uniform, stand behind a Chick-fil-A counter and engage customers on issues such as abortion and income inequality.

If football players are slaves, then the vast majority of us — who are not allowed to make political protests while “on the clock” — are slaves as well.

 

According to The Gateway Pundit :

NFL players are outraged that there will be no more sitting, kneeling or stretching during the national anthem.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman Gerald McCoy says there’s “gonna be an uproar” if players are told to stand during the national anthem like they did for the last 50 years.

“I think it’s gonna be an uproar if that is to happen because you’re basically taking away a constitutional right to freedom of speech.”
It’s a good thing this idiot plays football.

The US Constitution does not offer individuals the right to grandstand at company events or meetings.

Despite what your college professor told you!

ESPN reported:

Keep crying, keep protesting, and keep being ignorant to the facts. All it does is reassure fans of why they boycotted in the first place. The racism in the NFL is coming from black players, and it is focused against white players, while the black players scream about freedoms. There is a serious disconnect between brain and body happening on the left in this country.

It is a plague that needs to end.

H/T [ Gateway Pundit , Freedom Daily , Conservative Fighters ]

 

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