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The entire Dallas Cowboys team, including coaches and owner Jerry Jones, took a knee Monday night and were greeted with a round of loud boos.
NFL Commissioner turned BLM activist Roger Goodell celebrated the "great show of unity."
Just last week Jones criticized these stupid protests in an interview with FOX Business:
"I do not think the place to express yourself in society is as we recognize the American flag," Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told FOX Business’ Cheryl Casone last week at a gala celebrating the 100-year anniversary of Forbes magazine, prior to Trump's comments. "So that’s not the place to do anything other than honor the flag and everybody that’s given up a little bit for it."If I had to guess, I would bet many of the black players wanted to take a knee and Jones bit the bullet and decided to have the whole team take part.
The NFL's ratings have been slumping for a while now. This knee taking is a really stupid business decision as Kit Daniels noted earlier today:
The NFL won’t survive its war against President Trump because football fans lean Republican, according to demographics.Many of these boomers are now burning their NFL gear and it's going viral on social media:
The NFL is pretty much the last bread-and-circus show left which boomers could watch to tune out politics and the destruction of their society as a result of the mass-immigration and progressivism they largely embraced. That's gone now -- and it's only going to get worse. The quicker they realize that the better.
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