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Hate Preacher Jesse Jackson Comes Out To Support Kaepernick And Gets Brutally Destroyed

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Gee, I thought that the so-called Rev. Jesse Jackson had gone off into the sunset after being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Guess not. Now he figures he needs to insert himself into the Kaepernick controversy. It went about as well as you would expect.

Hate preacher Jesse Jackson had the nerve to justify Kaepernick kneeling during the National Anthem. He figures since Tim Tebow took a knee, then why not? Well, for one thing, Tebow was giving thanks to God. Kaepernick was spreading hate to cops, first responders and America in general. Capiche?

Jackson calls it hypocrisy against Kaepernick: “It’s interesting that when Tim Tebow took a knee, it was accepted,” Jesse tells TMZ Sports. “Kaepernick takes a knee and he’s rejected. Both of them took a knee in protest of what they believed in. One was religion. One was for justice. Okay.” They are not even close to being equivalent but remember that Jackson sees things through a liberal lens.

Tell me again why anyone would listen to a corrupt, disgraced politician like Jesse Jackson? Meh.

And as I recall, Tim Tebow kneeling was not accepted by everyone and he got a ton of blowback over it. He was widely mocked for his deep Christian faith and he was not “protesting” anything.

Tebow didn’t kneel and pray during the National Anthem. He did it after touchdowns and on the sidelines sometimes, which became a meme for a little while (Tebowing). And I might remind everyone that Tebow also didn’t wear pig socks to practice and don a Fidel Castro shirt. See the difference here?

CBS Sports wrote in 2017 about Jackson defending Kaepernick on kneeling:

“The 2017 regular-season is less than two weeks away and Colin Kaepernick remains out of work. Depending on who you ask, the reasons vary from “he’s being blackballed by the league because he knelt during the national anthem last season” (as a form of protest against social injustice, it should be noted) to “he just hasn’t played well enough the last few years.”

“Rev. Jesse Jackson firmly falls into the former category. On Friday, he said during an appearance on “Real Time with Bill Maher” that NFL owners “have colluded” to keep Kaepernick from playing.

“They have decided not to have him play and he should have the right to play and express himself at the same time,” he told Maher, adding later, “He’s not burning the flag, he’s not hustling drugs to teammates, he’s not shooting people with guns.'”

No, he’s just inciting violence against police officers and others who uphold the law. No biggie huh?

Jackson has been in Kaepernick’s camp concerning the kneeling issue since the beginning. He calls it a civil rights issue which it isn’t. But hey, it’s a social justice warrior issue and what liberal doesn’t love and defend that politically correct hot button these days?

And the more you see of Jackson, who he hangs with and what he says, the more you see corruption bubbling to the surface. From AZ Central in August of this year:

“Civil-rights leader the Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr. visited The Arizona Republic newsroom Wednesday to chat about a variety of issues.

“He praised U.S. Sen. John McCain, criticized President Donald Trump and called out local white church leaders for not taking a stand on behalf of detained immigrant children.

“Jackson is in town to speak at the A. Philip Randolph Institute’s annual education conference at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak. The conference brings together activists and allies to discuss social and economic justice for working families.

“Working people must fight to work and keep the country strong,” he told The Arizona Republic.

“The civil-rights leader told the room of journalists that an unusual level of violence, growing levels of poverty and wealth extremes are some of the issues that concern him.

“Learn to live together,” he said. “That’s our great challenge. That’s part of the great American narrative.'”

So not only is Jackson for Kaepernick and against police, he’s also for the unions and he adored McCain and despises President Trump and his immigration policies. No one is surprised by that, but it says an awful lot nonetheless.

In the end, it all comes down to race baiting with Jackson:

“Kaepernick is being punished for expressing his beliefs. He stands in a long tradition of African-American champions who were punished for stepping out of line. Jack Johnson, the first African-American world heavyweight boxing champion, sparked race riots across the country when he won the title in 1908. He further crossed racial boundaries by “consorting” with white women, three of whom he married. He was convicted of violating the Mann Act for transporting a woman across state lines for immoral purposes — for an affair that took place before the act was even passed into law.”

In the video below, Jackson is shredded over the comparison between Tebow and Kaepernick. He should be… it’s laughable and of course false. Jackson should be brutally destroyed every time he makes the comparison and this is a good start.

Jesse Jackson compares Colin Kaepernick to who?!

Jesse Jackson compares Colin Kaepernick to who?!

Posted by TMZ Live on Thursday, September 13, 2018

 

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NFL Team Replaces American Flag With Enraging New Version – Grossly Unacceptable

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As TV ratings dwindle, stadiums suffered from low attendance this weekend – as photos of thousands of empty seats make their way around social media, and football season gears up, players choosing to take a knee in protest during the National Anthem shows no sign of abating. Meanwhile, the NFL itself continues to be utterly tone-deaf to the majority of America.

A recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll found that 54% of Americans polled believe kneeling during the National Anthem is inappropriate. Only 44% state they do not mind the kneeling players, according to the Washington Times. The poll revealed that those that no longer choose to follow the NFL as a result of the protest had grown by 10% since the last time the poll was taken in 2014.

Even as much of the mainstream media and sports media alike continue to loudly support protests and players insist that it is their First Amendment right to conduct them, it appears that for all intents and purposes they have failed to convince the rest of America of their message. Many have chosen to simply tune out rather than continue to support what they view as complete disrespect for combat veterans, the fallen and their families.

Those choosing to protest and their supporters insist that the protests are not about any offense to the military but while perhaps they do not intend to do so, that is exactly what they are doing. And, since the NFL’s future depends on selling overpriced ad spots to massive corporations looking for a consistent number of eyeballs, alienating any group of viewers, for whatever reason, is just bad for business.

Consistent with the tone-deaf message of the NFL, the Green Bay Packers management made an epic blunder in their recent choice to display a rather odd looking variation on the American flag. During the pre-game ceremony, Green Bay Packers displayed a made-up version of the American flag during the National Anthem, which was three solid color stripes with the blue stripe containing the stars.

Social media exploded with those fans that still choose to follow the NFL and the Packers with commentary ranging from that “what in the world is that?” to “that’s not my flag!”

The message was loud and clear. That is not the American flag and the Green Bay Packers should get rid of this banner immediately. Perhaps this might be the one occasion where taking a knee during the National Anthem might be acceptable and appropriate?

Pictures of the pregame ritual before the Green Bay Packers-Buffalo Bills matchup on Sunday went viral after several fans at Lambeau Field snapped photos of a red, white and blue flag with modified stars and stripes.

Either way, it seems Green Bay got the message as the team announced directly after the game that it will no longer use the “banner,” according to Fox 11.

As the local news affiliate reports:

“During the National Anthem, the team used a red, white and blue banner. The banner had stars on the blue stripe.

“It’s not American, not American at all,” said Sandy Austin. “There are a lot of people who have quit the NFL because of the pre-game stuff and all that’s going on.”

“In a statement, Packers spokesman Aaron Popkey said the banner was not meant to represent the American flag.

“‘The banner used during Sunday’s pregame ceremony supplemented the three U.S. flags on the roof of the stadium and the flag carried by the color guard on the field. We’ve used such displays from time to time in the past when other pregame elements take up a significant portion of the field. To avoid causing confusion, we will not be using such displays in the future.'”

According to Packers management, the University Of Wisconsin marching band featured approximately 200 members and they claim the marching band took up too much of the field to unveil the entire full American flag.

But that explanation was not flying for many Americans and the Green Bay Packers will no longer use the fictional flag banner. For the most part, the Packers have not chosen to actively participate in the “take the knee” protests during the National Anthem though they did choose to lock arms during one Thursday night game last season.

NFL franchise owners’ support for the “take the knee” protests appear to be very much contingent on ratings and revenues, and many believe they will only continue to tolerate the protests as long as they do not negatively impact the bottom line. Case in point, the almost immediate decision to cease using the pseudo-flag in the representation of America.

NFL owners are nothing if not businessmen, so as Americans continue to hit them in their wallets by voting with their dollars, choosing to tune out or simply not attend the games, nothing is likely to change. Until attendance declines precipitously or it can be determined that the protests have directly impacted the bottom line and/or a corresponding decline in television ratings, they are unlikely to put their foot down.

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Simone Biles Speaks Out After Interim USA Gymnastics President Blasts Nike and Kaepernick

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Political correctness is a severe cancer in this world. I’m so tired of people apologize for something that needs no apology. If you are going to speak out about something…don’t apologize.

Don’t worry Simone Biles, it’s not like people are entitled to their opinion or that are shills for Big Corporations like dictating how everyone should think.

Dear Simone, stick to being a gymnast. Go on and keep making your money from a fascist company.

From Western Journal:

USA Gymnastics has found itself mired in perpetual controversy in recent years

The snowball began rolling in earnest when the horrific allegations of sexual abuse against team doctor Larry Nassar surfaced in 2015.

Obviously, Nassar’s actions are unforgivable and he deserves every last second of what is effectively a life sentence in prison.

After taking care of Nassar, the hounds of justice set their sights on USA Gymnastics itself. Any organization that could have been so unaware of the horrors taking place right under its nose deserve the accompanying scrutiny.

Former USA Gymnastics president Steve Penny was forced to resign by the USOC after his horrible mishandling of the Nassar scandal.

His replacement, Kerry Perry, also ended up being forced to resign after her leadership was questioned by USOC.

Now, Perry’s replacement, Mary Bono, has also found herself in controversy, though nothing as serious as the last two.

Bono, a former Republican congresswoman in California, was barely on the job when a month-old tweet of hers resurfaced.

“Playing in a charity golf tournament raising for our nation’s Special Forces operators and their families. Unfortunately, had these shoes in my bad. Luckily I had a marker in my bag too,” Bono said in a since-deleted tweet.

The accompanying picture showed her using a black marker to hide the Nike logo on a shoe.

Regardless of how you feel about Nike’s divisive ad featuring Colin Kaepernick, Bono is more than entitled to her opinion. Yes, she put Nike, and by extension Kaepernick, on blast for the latter’s rhetoric. But she’s hardly exclusive in her feelings. Bono is just one of many Americans who feel that Kaepernick’s anthem protests were disrespectful to the flag, the military and the police.

While Bono is obviously allowed to voice her opinion, she unfortunately also drew the ire of her organization’s premiere athlete, Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles.

“Don’t worry, it’s not like we needed a smarter usa gymnastics president or any sponsors or anything,” Biles wrote in a blistering response tweet prefaced by a “mouth drop.”

While USA Gymnastics hasn’t had a team sponsor since late 2017, Biles is personally sponsored by Nike, according to ESPN.

Perhaps realizing that Biles is the one gymnast she cannot afford to alienate, Bono promptly deleted the tweet and issued an apology.

“I regret the post and respect everyone’s views & fundamental right to express them. This doesn’t reflect how I will approach my position @USAGym I will do everything I can to help build, w/ the community, an open, safe & positive environment,” Bono said in her apology tweet.

It would be nice to think that this will be the final controversy USA Gymnastics will have to deal with for a while. But if recent history is any indication, that seems almost impossible.

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