I have gone to my last NFL or NBA game. I have watched both groups on cable for the last time. I’ve closed my cable subscription and sent the cable box and clicker back to the cable company. I’m done with the sports crowd. I’ll never spend a minute more with ESPN or any of its sponsors. I will also seek, within my province, to influence family members and friends to not spend one dime on Nike or Adidas clothing products
For some reason, not appreciated fully by me, these sports gentlemen are admitted to prestigious universities, yet a nasty number emerge after one to four years with nary a degree, sans any knowledge, or, in a shocking number of instances, even the ability to speak a coherent sentence. One of these athletic geniuses, so admired by young Americans, recently managed to quickly gut out the word ain’t twice in a double negative response to President Trump.
Thomas Jefferson, Sam Adams, Patrick Henry, John Hancock and the majority of our Founding Fathers would be appalled at the depth of depravity to which the left-wing American public, the progressive/liberal media, and the corporate sports pimps have sunk.
Could Donald Trump have handled the National Anthem controversy better? Undoubtedly. But Trump is unafraid to speak the obvious truth.
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