Football Refs See Players Take Knee During Anthem, Set Internet On Fire With Protest Of Their Own

The NFL anthem protests have been spreading across the country and it is getting out of hand.

We had one baseball player try it and we had NBA players talk about it until they were shut down by NBA commissioner Adam Silver.

But the NFL keeps setting a bad example for the young people in America and in New Jersey this weekend things came to head.

After players from Monroe High School knelt during the national anthem, two game referees had had enough.

And decided to teach these young morons the proper way to mount a protest and teach them some manners.

They saw the players take a knee and as soon as the anthem was done, which they stood for, they walked off the field and promptly went viral.

Good job.

According to IJR, the two referees were Ernie Lunardelli and his son Anthony Lunardelli.

I’m not in favor of anyone disrespecting our country, our flag, the armed forces,” Ernie Lunardelli told NJ Advance Media, “What they’re protesting has nothing to do with the national anthem and I’m against it, so I decided to protest for them kneeling and that’s what I did. Whoever is disrespecting that flag and the national anthem, that’s who I have a problem with,” Lunardelli said.

Then he got real and hopefully America is listening, because this is important.

‘I don’t care if it’s a baby, if it’s an 80-year-old man, anybody. I don’t care. Any race, color, I don’t care who it is. It’s not the way I was brought up and it pisses me off that people are doing that. What hurts the most is these kids don’t even know why they’re kneeling. I just don’t understand why this is happening, especially at the high school level. If you’re not happy with being in America, go somewhere else. It’s that simple.”

Share if you agree with this brave and very smart man.

Racist NFL Player Raised Black Power Fist To White Players On WRONG Field – Won’t Be Playing Football Again!

The racist football players who make up the Nation Football League have been finding out the hard way that they messed with the wrong people when they crossed their fans. Most Americans were furious over the disrespect shown to our nation and our men and women in uniform that was shown by kneeling atheltes during our National Anthem.

Because of the outrage felt by the former fans of the NFL, a widespread boycott formed to combat the disrespect. That boycott has been so successful that the NFL has suffered hundreds of millions, and possibly billions of dollars in loss, just this season.

Not only is there a huge loss in advertisers revenue, but President Trump has been pushing for the league to lose it’s $1.1 billion dollars in government subsidies. This, plus what is hopefully an innate patriotism caused the owner of the Cowboys (also known as “America’s Team”) to instruct his players to stand for the anthem or be benched. That was of causer met with outrage by the social justice warriors association of anti-Americans

Regardless, Jones stood firm and has now followed those word with actions. The Cowboys recently acquired a player by the name of Damontre Moore to replace their star kicker who was recently injured. According to Wayne Dupree, Moore took it upon himself to defy his new boss and do the Black Power Salute by raising his fist in the air during our National Anthem. Jones was as good as his word, because Moore is no longer employed by the Cowboys:

“The Dallas Cowboys released player Damontre Moore while of picking up a kicker as their star player got hurt last week, but that’s not all.

Moore also defied Cowboys owner Jerry Jones who told the world his team wasn’t going to disrespect the National Anthem and if they choose to do so, they won’t play.

Jones also has been reported to have said that anyone on his team that disrespects the National Anthem won’t be a Dallas Cowboys.

The former player raised his fist during the playing of the anthem in previous games. Coach Jason Garrett contends Moore wasn’t let go because of that, but it was a football decision, basically a game of numbers that led to Moore being let go.”

At this point, it’s safe to say that any decision made about the political perception of the team is a football decision. With the networks considering a decrease in games aired on their time, anything that alienates you from your fans could jeopardize your ability to play football.

Many consider this to just be the “official story,” and that the team is actually trying anything and everything to make their fans happy, which is really how businesses are supposed to work.  The fans are sick and tired of seeing out-of-touch millionaires essentially flip the bird to their family members who are serving our country. The boycott is just our way of saying that we won’t be putting up with it anymore.

More on the Cowboy’s move to release Moore from NY Daily News:

The Cowboys released Moore in order to make room to sign kicker Mike Nugent, the team announced Wednesday.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has publicly stated he believes all players should stand for the anthem and recently said he believes anthem protests are hurting the NFL.

While no Cowboys player has kneeled or sat during the anthem, Moore was one of two players who continued to raise his fist at the conclusion of “The Star-Spangled Banner” in recent weeks after Jones previously talked to players and explained his feelings on the matter.

Jason Garrett said the issue of cutting Moore was strictly a football decision.

“We had to make a roster move and we just felt like the best decision for our team was to release Damontre Moore,” Garrett told reporters, per Pro Football Talk.

Garrett simply answered “no” when asked if the decision to cut Moore had anything to do with his post-anthem protest or his recent off-the-field incident.

I didn’t need the “football decision” justification by Garrett. This is the type of response that is warranted for messing with the American flag, and I said so. The American flag means so much to us; it matters more than professional football, basketball or baseball. We have men and women dying in combat to protect our freedoms.

If you want to protest, make it happen on your own time. If you’re going to protest the game you are signed to participate in, quit the team and your contract and stand outside the stadium in your underoos and chant for peace.

The American people have spoken and stopped going to games as well as turned off the gridiron from Sunday to Sunday. These fans were not playing when they asked the NFL to test their resolve. Moore will find a team where he can protest with no problem but not on America’s team.

Source: Wayne Dupree,