BREAKING: Cowboys Player Going To Prison For Life After Who He Just Sliced To DEATH Overnight

It’s being reported that a former NFL Dallas Cowboys player actually sliced his wife’s neck and then crawled on the ground outside their rented Utah condominium before flagging down a police officer. Prosecutors later confirmed that he will be facing murder charges which were filed on Monday.

The bloody scene which took place in the ski town of Park City indicated that Keri ‘KC’ McClanahan who was 28 years old, put up a desperate, but fruitless struggle before she was allegedly killed in cold blood by her husband Anthony D. McClanahan. And according to local authorities, the murder weapon was a small but extremely sharp knife she’d worn sheathed in a nylon paracord as a bracelet.

 

Her husband was located by local police covered in blood and crawling on his stomach outside at around 1.30am on November 2. He was able to lift himself up just enough time to flag down a police officer before he fell back down and began having a convulsion of some kind. The officer on the scene said his arms were making a snow angel motion. Anthony McClanahan was then treated for minor injuries and originally had told officers he and his wife and baby had been attacked by some kind of intruder.

Via Daily News:

Ex-Dallas Cowboys player ‘killed his wife by slicing her throat’

A former professional football player sliced his wife’s neck and then crawled on the ground outside their rented Utah condominium before flagging down a police officer, prosecutors said in murder charges filed Monday.

The bloody scene in the ski town of Park City indicated that Keri (KC) McClanahan, 28, put up a desperate struggle before she was killed. The murder weapon was a small, sharp knife she’d worn sheathed in a nylon paracord bracelet, charging documents state.

Police found her husband, Anthony D. McClanahan, 46, covered in blood and crawling on his stomach outside early in the morning of Nov. 2. He lifted himself up just enough to flag down a police officer, then dropped back down and began convulsing, his arms making a “snow angel motion,” the officer on scene told prosecutors.

No attorney was listed for him in court records Monday, and a phone number for him went unanswered.

Aaron Hernandez had ‘most severe case’ of CTE docs have seen
Anthony McClanahan was treated for minor injuries and originally told officers he and his wife and baby had been attacked. Investigators, though, found no evidence of anyone else going into the building or of a baby at the Park Regency.

His wife’s body was found in the condominium he had rented after someone else at the building called 911, saying they’d seen him crawling low to the ground through the hallways and calling for help. Keri McClanahan had suffered several cuts to the front, back and sides of her neck, as well as other defensive wounds and carpet burns.

McClanahan had been charged with child kidnapping last month after authorities said he took his 8-year-old son from a previous relationship from his school in Arizona on Oct. 3 and traveled with him through Nevada and Utah.

He was arrested in Utah on Oct. 12 and gave his son back, then bonded out of jail a week later.

He and his wife rented the condo in Park City a few days later, charging documents said.

Originally from Bakersfield, Calif., McClanahan played four years with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League in the mid-1990s after a collegiate career at Washington State University. He was in training camp with the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL in 1994 but never played in a game.

Keri McClanahan, who went by KC, had been planning to leave her husband but wanted to help him get on his feet first, said her sister, Heather Gauf.

The couple had met last year when he was working as a personal trainer in her hometown of Bellingham, Wash., and he pushed for a fast wedding, Gauf said.

“It worried me a lot,’” she said, but “he kind of had us fooled.”

After the January 2017 wedding, they moved to Arizona together and began traveling to volunteer in hurricane-affected areas.

But his jealousy began to emerge and in September he got frustrated about a missed donation and punched her, Gauf said. He’d sometimes refer to the effects of head injuries he’d suffered during his football career, though Gauf doubts they were the root cause of the violence.

After the punch, Keri McClanahan returned home to Washington, but her husband continued to contact her even as he left Arizona with his son.

Anthony McClanahan ended up in Utah because he has family there and wanted his son to be an extra in a Disney TV production, Gauf said.

Keri McClanahan eventually met him in Utah to help with his son, and stayed to help him get back on his feet after his arrest, Gauf said.

“She’s such a sweetheart,” said Gauf, who remembered her sister as an adventurous, athletic woman with a great sense of humor who leaves two children of her own.

“He definitely dimmed her light so much and it was really hard to watch,” she said.

McClanahan was officially charged with first-degree murder in Keri’s death. She had two children, aged 7 and 9, with another man. It’s not yet known what his motive may have been for this senseless killing. Although this isn’t the first time McClanahan had issues with the law. McClanahan was previously charged with child kidnapping last month after authorities say he took his eight-year-old son from a previous relationship from his school in Arizona on October 3 and traveled with him through Nevada and Utah. Whatever is going on here, let’s be glad this monster is now behind bars.

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Source:mpolitical.com

BREAKING: Chiefs Player Going To Jail After Depraved Crime He Committed Overnight, Here’s Who His Target Was

For years the left has told the black community that they are victims of systematic racism that is deeply entrenched in our country. The left claims that the reason the black community suffers as much as they do and have such a high rate of incarceration is all because of white people. While the rest of white America knows this to be a bold-face lie it does not help or stop millions of brainwashed minorities from believing this blatant falsehood.

That all-out tall tale of victimhood has created an “us versus them” mentality that has grown into dangerous groups such as Black Lives Matter and the New Black Panthers group. These groups, such as the  BLM has fanned the flames of division by peddling the lie that blacks are targeted by police officers and the judicial system. At first, this dangerous narrative was localized to small militant groups, but it has now made its way into the mainstream media and the NFL where hundreds of players are now protesting this so-called racial injustice in America.

However, their entire premise of their protest is falling apart as more of these social justice warrior players are now being arrested for crimes that shock the senses. Just this weekend, law enforcement in Jacksonville, Florida arrested Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Roy Miller on domestic battery charges and the details of the case are so shocking you would think feminists would be up in arms.

In the early hours of Saturday, the police were called to a domestic dispute that climaxed when 320-pound Roy Miller went full caveman and dragged his wife by her hair. According to the police reports, Miller and his wife went out on a date together but the romantic evening soured quickly when the two broke out into a physical fight. Miller is alleged to have thrown his wife’s cellphone in the toilet, dragged her by her hair, and physically assaulted her before the police were called to the scene.

Here is more from ESPN:

According to the report, the altercation between Miller, who is 6-foot-1 and 320 pounds, and Nicole Miller began with an argument after the couple returned home, separately, from a date. The argument allegedly escalated into a physical confrontation, and Nicole Miller told police her husband grabbed her by the hair, pushed her around, threw her phone into the toilet and prevented her from retrieving it.

The report said the woman was able to recover the phone and called police. She told police that Miller had barricaded himself in their bedroom.

According to the report, Nicole Miller had a braid torn from the back of her head. She also had a small abrasion on her face and a scratch on the back of her neck.

Several children were at the home at the time of the incident, the report said.

The report said witnesses inside the home corroborated some of the details provided by Nicole Miller, including Roy Miller restraining her from retrieving her phone. One witness, according to the report, said the couple’s bedroom door was slammed shut and she heard “thumping coming from inside the room as if someone was being hit.”

When police arrived at the couple’s home, they found Roy Miller inside, sleeping. He agreed to speak with police outside. He eventually was arrested.

It was an almost nostalgic moment in terms of the NFL and probably has some fans yearning for the days back before the league got into the racial grievance business.

Domestic abusers and woman beaters were commonplace only a few short years ago before they ceded the spotlight to the rebels without a clue.

 

Now, as we all know this isn’t the first time that an NFL player has been caught in a violent act and it indeed won’t be the last. Earlier this month, American Freedom Fighters reported on Dallas Cowboys former linebacker, Anthony Darnel McClanahan who was charged with the first-degree murder of his wife, Keri McClanahan.

46-year-old McClanahan has been arrested for the murder of his wife, 28-year-old Keri ‘KC’ McClanahan.  McClanahan is suspected of stabbing his wife “KC” repeatedly in the throat at the Park Regency Resort condominiums as of Thursday.  Police were called to the condo complex at around 1:30 p.m. local time after another resident of the complex called them due to what they termed as a “ruckus” in the building.  McClanahan himself flagged down a police car around the same time. Police found KC lying on her bed with knife wounds on her throat.  She was pronounced dead at the scene, according to local news affiliate Fox 13 Salt Lake City.

So, these NFL players and those who goad them into protesting are facing quite the dilemma that kneeling during the anthem just won’t fix. These NFL players and male members of the black community are NOT being unfairly targeted by a rogue judicial system. No one forced both these men or the hundreds of others in the black community to commit violent crimes against others. The only ones that are to blame for their actions are themselves and no one else, and until they all take responsibility for their atrocious behavior, it will only continue.

You see, this is the issue with awarding people with million dollar contracts for their physical capabilities when they are lacking a moral compass. Maybe, if NFL owners would focus on not only the physical factor of a potential recruit but also the heart of these men there would be a change. The only way there will be a change is when we demand a change and that starts with all of us.

Source:Bleacher Report,mpolitical.com

Badass Texans Player Just Shut Down Every Whiny Protester On His Field With What He Brought To Game

As tens of thousands of Texans and Floridians battle the aftermath of the hurricane that ripped through their communities, we’re beginning to glimpse into the heart and soul of what makes America, America. While loudmouths like “oppressed” millionaire football stars like Colin Kaepernick could easily use his social media presence to rally his base and organize relief efforts, he’s obviously too self-absorbed with plotting his next bout of anti-American antics to give flying crap about suffering Americans. Now a lesser-known NFL player is putting every kneeling player to shame after the incredible thing he brought onto the football field Sunday night that’s making these ungrateful players look like even bigger jackasses than they already were, while proving that the spirit of America is alive in well.

As “oppressed” millionaire NFL players continue to make a mockery of our country while insulting ever single soldier who fought, bled, and died for this country by protesting our National Anthem, other NFL players like Justin James “J. J.” Watt have been working tirelessly to organize hurricane relief efforts for the past several weeks. Watt, who is defensive end for the Houston Texans, raised a whopping $30 million dollars just in the last week and a half alone, putting every kneeling douchebag in the NFL to massive shame.

Rather than taking a knee or using his time in the spotlight to act like a gigantic jackass, Watt ran onto the football field for his first game since Hurricane Harvey with a gigantic flag, symbolizing the incredible spirit of Americans uniting after the catastrophe, a patriotic gesture that anti-American morons like Colin Kaepernick can’t even comprehend.

The stadium went absolutely nuts, giving the man who has raised $30 million to rebuild their destroyed communities an incredible rock star welcome, rightfully stealing the spotlight from the anti-American clowns whose disgusting antics continue to make headlines at every single NFL game as of late.

If morons like Colin Kaepernick truly cared about America and wanted to be a positive force for “change” like they claim, they’d be first in line to help pass out boxes of food and supplies to these suffering victims. We as Americans need to stop allowing these kneeling idiots to hijack our favorite sport and give players like Watt the attention and praise he deserves, as he truly cares for Americans and is choosing to use his platform in such an incredible way.

J.J. reported over twitter that the physical donations pouring in so fast, that the money that was raised hasn’t even been tapped into yet. Pictures of supplies overflowing from storage spaces and trucks could be seen, where these supplies were donated in a massive distribution event over the weekend to the suffering Houston community.

What’s even more amazing is that after raising all this money and coordinating the relief efforts, J.J. has been hands-on and involved ever step of the way, even physically going to the distribution centers and handing out supplies. Keep in mind Watt is a professional athlete who is taking time away from his vigorous training to help his fellow Texans.

In a recent interview with James Palmer, J.J. was asked about how many hours a day he’s spending on relief efforts, and his answer was remarkable:

“I asked Watt how many hours he’s spent on his fundraiser and planning this event since he arrived in Houston with the rest of his teammates on Wednesday. “All of them,” he said, smiling. Outside of a two to three hour workout each day, Watt has spent every second working with either Houston mayor Sylvester Turner, people from the Justin J. Watt Foundation, or volunteers to make this massive project a success in just a few short days. There is no question there were also a few prayers Saturday night that things would go off without a hitch.

Many professionals — let alone professional football players — struggle to lead groups during a time of crisis. Watt has done it brilliantly. I asked someone close to Watt, who has been with him during every step of the planning and preparation, how much of this he’s actually been hands-on for. She responded, “All of it.”

As for the tens of millions of dollars he’s raised, J.J. says, “I’m going to take my time, make sure that I work with local organizations that we do it right here in the city so that money goes straight to the people here of Houston who need it the most so that we can help rebuild them.”

What an incredible man! Rather than using his platform to whine about America and our country’s “injustices,” Watt is showing is leading by example and truly being the “change” that our country needs, showing these ungrateful protesting morons throughout the NFL what it really means to be an American.

Source:mpolitical.com

Army Ranger Who Was Only Player To Stand For Anthem Shocks Americans With What He Did On Veterans Day

Two days after President Trump blasted NFL players who chose to disrespect the flag in September, hundreds of players knelt in protest during the national anthem or stayed in their team locker room. One team that remained in their locker room was the Pittsburgh Steelers. Head coach Mike Tomlin stated before the September 24 game that the team would stay in their locker room during the national anthem, but that is not what ended up happening.

When the national anthem began to play, one player was spotted outside the tunnel with his hand over his heart. That player was offensive lineman Alejandro Villanueva, a former Army Ranger who served three tours in Afghanistan.

Now, Villanueva is planning something rather special for veterans across the country this Veterans Day weekend that will have red-blooded Americans cheering. 

This weekend, many fans will be watching to see what NFL players will do in regards to their disrespectful national anthem protest. For months, the American people have witnessed NFL players kneeling during the national anthem essentially spitting the face of veterans across the country. It has not been confirmed if teams will kneel during the national anthem during today’s games, but we do know that Alejandro Villanueva has something else planned.

Alejandro Villanueva of the Pittsburgh Steelers is passing out Army decals to all his teammates to wear on their helmets in today’s game against the Indianapolis Colts which to many fans if a breath of fresh air.  

Here is more from ESPN:

The Steelers will recognize Veterans Day this weekend by wearing helmet decals representing the various Army divisions in an effort led by left tackle Alejandro Villanueva.

Villanueva, whose background as a former Army Ranger made him a prominent figure in the league’s controversy over the national anthem, told ESPN he is presenting each Steelers teammate with an Army decal to wear for Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts. A player will represent one Army division, as Villanueva has decals representing 13 different divisions that he will spread around the locker room.

“It’s just a small-unit patch that really doesn’t mean much in the grand scheme of things, but the history behind it means the whole world to a lot of veterans,” Villanueva said. “They died for that patch. When you watch the Steelers on Sunday and you see the flash of the 10th [Mountain] division and the 7th [Infantry] division … you’re calling out specific units.”

Villanueva was part of two divisions, 10th Mountain and 75th Ranger Regiment, and served in Afghanistan before becoming an NFL player.

He is pairing the decals with players whose personalities match the spirit of a specific division. Villanueva received the decals from the Army football team and said he has cleared their game-day usage through the Steelers.

As an example of his process, Villanueva will give right tackle Chris Hubbard the 101st Airborne “Screaming Eagles” Division decal because the player and division are known for reserved but efficient workmanship. Backup quarterback Landry Jones gets the 1st Armored Division in part because Jones knows Villanueva’s brother-in-law, who served with that division.

During protests in Week 3, Villanueva stood alone outside of the tunnel during the national anthem, which he and other players classified as a confusion in the Steelers’ attempt to respond to President Donald Trump’s explosive comments about NFL players days earlier.

Villanueva said Veterans Day was an ideal time to honor soldiers through the decals since the NFL allows it this week. He has notified coach Mike Tomlin of his plans.

But Villanueva knows that alone won’t bridge what he calls a growing divide between the NFL and parts of the military. He notices this when he visits veteran hospitals every Tuesday.

“There’s tension between the veteran community and the NFL. You go to VFW’s, and they won’t show NFL games,” Villanueva said. “[Veterans] don’t know if it’s, ‘Do we have to live in a utopian, perfect country for you to stand up for the national anthem?’ It’s a very tough concept for a lot of veterans to understand. I go back and forth because I’m in the middle of this whole thing. I’m a football player, but obviously, the flag is the most important thing to me while I’m in this country.

“At the end of the day, people love football. It’s a reality. We shouldn’t deprive ourselves of this great sport because of the unfortunate things that are surrounding things happening off the field.”

It is wonderful to witness a player honoring our veterans, but will it be enough to reverse the damage that has been done. For months, too many players have spit in the face of our nation’s heroes by kneeling during the national anthem that a simple decal on a helmet isn’t enough to erase that disrespect.

Now, of course, this is a kind gesture by Villanueva and a great start in repairing the damage done by these nasty protests, but it will take more than a decal to change everyone’s feelings. 

Source:ESPN,mpolitical.com

Every Racist Black Player On Texans Just Made FOUL Move Against All White Players – BAD Idea

After weeks of witnessing hundreds of NFL player’s kneel in protest during the national anthem, some team owners are reaching their breaking point. Every week as the NFL players continue to kneel in protest the ratings continue to plummet due to fans boycotting the games. This absurd demonstration that NFL players claim is to bring awareness to racial inequality in America all while cashing million dollar checks has only angered millions of hardworking Americans.

Now, these racist players have taken their protest to a whole new level with what they just did in today’s game, and it spells bad news for every white player on the team. 

Every time these arrogant players kneel during the national anthem, they only create more division in an already fractured country. Though these players say that their national anthem protest is not meant to anger or frustrate the fans, it is making the situation worse, not better. Team owners have expressed frustration over the national anthem protests and that they have continued despite the public outcry against them. Finally, after witnessing hundreds of players kneeling some team owners are taking a stand against these racist protests.

Earlier this month, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones issued a pointed ultimatum to his players stating that players who kneel during the anthem will not play ball. Of course, that statement sparked an internet firestorm where social justice warriors attacked Jones for demanding respect of players that played for his team. Then shortly afterward, Houston Texans owner, Bob McNair followed suit saying during a meeting with other team owners that “we can’t have the inmates running the prison”.

Of course, the Texan team took offense to this comment by McNair and met together before today’s game to discuss their best retaliation. The team considered several options including peeling the team decals off of their helmets or staying in the locker room for the anthem, but instead, they opted to kneel during the national anthem.

Here is more from Fox News:

A majority of Houston Texans players took a knee Sunday during the national anthem ahead of their game against the Seattle Seahawks in protest against controversial remarks made by the team’s owner.

Texans owner Bob McNair had met with the team Saturday morning and apologized for his previous comments that “we can’t have the inmates running the prison” during a meeting of NFL owners.

Even after the meeting with McNair, the Texans held a players meeting in Seattle to decide how to game the game Sunday, ESPN reported, citing a league source.

Texans left tackle Duane Brown told ESPN he anticipates “up to 65 to 70 percent” of the team’s players could kneel as part of the protest in Seattle, adding the players would not remove the team’s decals from their helmets as had been discussed.

McNair’s remarks caused a firestorm of criticism from athletes inside and outside the NFL and prompted an initial apology from the 79-year-old Friday.

“I know they were upset,” McNair told the Houston Chronicle about his meeting with the players. “I wanted to answer their questions. I told them if I had it to do over again I wouldn’t use that expression.”

The comment was published in an ESPN The Magazine story about two recent days of meetings among owners, players, and others to discuss the protests that have drawn the ire of President Donald Trump.

Players, following the lead of former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, say they kneel to protest social injustices, particularly against African-Americans. Trump has sharply criticized the protests and even called on NFL owners to fire players.

The meetings earlier this month did not result in a policy change that would require players to stand for the anthem. Owners and players are expected to meet again next week to discuss initiatives.

Now, this move by the majority of the Houston Texan team puts the team owner, Bob McNair and the coaching staff in an incredibly sticky situation, and here is why. Currently, our country is held hostage by identity politics and not offending anyone’s feelings. So, since McNair apologized for his comments due to the bullying tactics of the left, he is now facing a huge issue.

McNair is going to have to call out all the players including the white players for turning the game into a political stunt instead of the team just playing ball. The comment that McNair made is similar to the common phrase the “inmates running the asylum”, and it is entirely possible he just confused the words. However, instead of the team giving McNair the benefit of the doubt they chose to make matters worse, and who knows where this protest will end up now. 

Source:The Daily Mail,freedomdaily.com

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,freedomdaily.com

HOLY CRAP! Ben Stein Just P*SSED Off Every NFL Player & Calls Them All A Bunch Of…

Just moments ago Ben Stein just went on an interview on Fox News and completely demolished every NFL player who has ever taken a knee for the anthem in protest.

The argument that these NFL players use is that there is not only racism in America but institutional racism that oppresses every person of color.

When the Fox host asks Ben Stein about the the anthem protests he LOSES IT. Watch what he calls them:

“THESE GUYS ARE A BUNCH OF SULKING BIG BABIES. THEY DON’T KNOW WHAT THEY’RE TALKING ABOUT.”

“THERE’S NO INSTITUTIONAL RACISM IN AMERICA ANYMORE. IF THEY WANTED TO THEIR FREE SPEECH THING, GOD BLESS THEM LET THEM DO THEIR FREE SPEECH THING.”

“BUT LET’S JUST IGNORE THEM FROM NOW ON LIKE THEIR BAD BABIES AND WE DON’T WANT TO HEAR THEM CRYING OFF IN THE CORNER.”

“YES ADAM THERE’S RACISM I AGREE, BUT THERE’S NO INSTITUTIONAL RACISM IN AMERICA ANYMORE IT’S GONE!”

Ben Stein really went on an epic rampage against the NFL fools! And as a person of color myself, I agree that there is no such thing as institutional racism anymore in America.

Everyone has an opportunity here to live the American dreams, and the funny thing is these NFL players are total proof of that. They are all rich beyond words and make millions and millions of dollars here in AMERICA.

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Source:thelutchmanreport.com

 

BREAKING: SUSPENSION ANNOUNCED FOR ANTHEM-PROTESTING NFL PLAYER WHO ATTACKED REFEREE (VIDEO)

Marshawn Lynch

One of the first players to protest the National Anthem has been suspended by the NFL after he ran onto the field during a game on Thursday and shoved a referee.

Marshawn Lynch of the Oakland Raiders joined the National Anthem protests last year, and has continued his practice this season of sitting while it plays. On Thursday, he ran off of the sideline during a game against the Kansas City Chiefs and jumped into a scuffle, after Raiders quarterback Derek Carr was hit late by Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters, who also sits during the National Anthem to protest America.

When official Julian Mapp tried to break him away from the fight, Lynch shoved him, and then grabbed him. Lynch was immediately ejected. There is an unconfirmed report that he led a chant of “F*** the Chiefs” with the crowd afterward.

On Friday, the NFL suspended him for a game. many consider it a light punishment for two major infractions: coming off of the sideline to fight, and shoving a referee.

Lynch nearly cost the Raiders the game, as the play would have put the team in a prime position to score with little time left in the game. His ejection also meant he was unable to be on the field when he was most needed. The Raiders scored anyway with just seconds to spare, to win the game.

“I was disappointed that he ran out because I knew that we had a 15-yard penalty and we were going to be in good shape,” Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio told the press later. “I didn’t get a chance to have a conversation about it. I told him you can’t leave the bench like that. That was about it. Next thing I knew, he was being tossed. Obviously, you can never put your hands on an official and he was DQ’d.”

Here is video of the incident from the NFL.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rykuforqo8w

Here is another video of the incident.

It is unclear of Lynch plans to appeal his suspension, but since it is a single game, it is unlikely.

What do you think of Marshawn Lynch getting a one-game suspension for his actions? Let u sknow in the comments, and in addition, share this on social media.

Source:silenceisconsent.net

NFL Players Struck Dumb By Barkley And Shaq’s Easy Solution To Protests That Honors, Not Trashes Flag

Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neill just offered a very simple, totally patriotic, guaranteed to work, solution to all NFL players protesting the flag.

And one that actually honors, not trashes America.

Basically they just drew a red line in the sand and said put you godamn money where your mouths are or shut up already.

“I’m sick of hearing about protests. It’s time for us to put some action (behind it),” Barkley said according to ABC.

“I’m proud of NFL players for finally getting together with the owners (Tuesday), talking about prison reform and things like that. We’ve got to work with the police. I want these players — they’ve got so much money and so much visibility, they can go to the owners of these teams and say, ‘Hey, listen, let’s go to these communities and put some time and some effort in there.’ We have spent so much time worrying about who’s kneeling and who’s got the fist up, we have not come up with solutions. So I’m sick of hearing about the anthem protests.”

Correct. Look certain communities in America have been left behind. And the truth is it has nothing to with race but politics. Really.

The Democrats were in control of the Federal Government and most state governments – the rise of the GOP is only a recent phenomenon – and as a country we tried to help these communities out.

Because America is by far the most generous country in the history of the world.

But the Democrats, and their intentions were probably pure, ended up hurting these communities.

Instead of giving them paths to own their own homes, build equity, and have pride in ownership, they gave them public housing.

I learned when I was 10 that if you didn’t earn it or own it you won’t respect it. And that goes for jobs, welfare, etc.

They Dems created a culture of dependency that stole the ambition and drive – literally stole the American dream – from huge swaths of people.

What’s needed is what Charles offered – put your money where your mouths are and start investing in and lifting up the communities you claim to want to help.

Instead of talking, actually do something and solve the problem.

And the only solution to this problem is a healthy dose if capitalism, a shot at the American dream. There is no other way and these players have the unique ability to actually make that happen.

Shaq added, “I agree with Chuck. Enough talking. When are we going to do something about it? Let’s just get something done. Make this world a better place.”

Barkley added, “We’re all in this thing together. It ain’t a black or white thing. It ain’t a cop against people. It’s all of us.”

Correct.

NFL players should honor the flag and invest and bring opportunities to these communities or shut the f*ck up.

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Source:libertywriters.com

Former Army Ranger Player Just Got NASTY Surprise From Black Coach After Defying Demand To Protest

Sunday football was more about the protests that far more players partook in this weekend than it was about the game. For every player who took a knee, hid in the locker room, or otherwise intentionally avoided the National Anthem, they feel like they won in a tug-of-war against our president who told them to stand.

One former Army Ranger who now plays for the Steelers knows what the anthem means more than his protesting coach and teammates. He defied coach Mike Tomlin’s demand that the whole team sit out for the anthem and stay inside the locker room to send a point to the country and President Donald Trump.

The whole team followed Tomlin’s disgusting demand except Alejandro Villanueva, a retired Army Ranger who did 3 tours in Afghanistan. He was immediately branded a hero for patriotism on Sunday by people who may not be a Steelers or even NFL fan but immediately became a supporter of Villanueva. The brave offensive lineman busted out of the locker room and onto the field, with his hand over his heart as soon as he heard the anthem start.

He stood alone as the sole patriot of the team and the NFL yesterday. This went directly against his coach’s orders who didn’t seem remotely happy that he stole the attention from his anti-American message he was hoping to send. Villanueva’s incredible show of patriotism far overshadowed anything that Tomlin thought he was going to say that day, and now he’s making the player pay a nasty price for his patriotic action.

According to the Daily Caller, Tomlin didn’t care that the vote to not participate wasn’t unanimous, he was going to force everyone on the team to comply with his opinion on the matter anyway. When the former Army Ranger rightfully didn’t listen, he found out two-fold what happens when you defy a coach who is an angry enough individual to force all of his players into protests, whether they agree with it or not.

Fox News reports:

For Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, being “respectful of our football team” trumped the right of Steelers offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva to show respect for the national anthem.

Speaking after his team’s 23-17 loss to the Bears, Tomlin appeared to take a swipe at the Bronze Star recipient’s decision. 

“Like I said, I was looking for 100 percent participation, we were gonna be respectful of our football team,” Tomlin said.

Tomlin told the media that, prior to kickoff Sunday, the Steelers held a team meeting and decided, though not unanimously, to not come out of the locker room for the national anthem. Tomlin added the intent was to have his team focus on the game and not President Trump’s comments blasting players who chose to protest during the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

What Tomlin is probably actually upset about is that his statement of sitting in the locker room was overtaken by the completely opposite message Villanueva sent. However, to come out and disrespect the former Army Ranger after he stood for the anthem he once fought to defend, is even more deplorable.

This wasn’t lost on the American people who responded with their wallets. Just as thousands of fans have boycotted the NFL to not pay to support these protests, they are willing to spend money when it’s for the right things, as was shown when Villanueva’s jersey sales skyrocketed overnight, while protesting players’ plummeted.

“Sales of the former Army Ranger’s jersey on Fanatics.com shot up to the highest-seller among Pittsburgh Steelers jersey as of just 10 PM Eastern time,” according to the Daily Caller.

Additionally, Villanueva’s jersey sales rocketed into the top sellers in the entire league as of 7:45 PM EST behind only Marshawn Lynch, Derek Carr, Carson Wentz, Brown, and Aaron Rodgers, 247 Sports reported.”

This proves that the American people support patriotic players, especially war heroes, more than they do divisive protests. If anyone knows a thing about why we stand for the flag regardless of our misguided feelings, it’s Villanueva, who fought for it, and Senior Airman Brian Kolfage who lost three limbs in war over it. Kolfage came out publicly to defend what Villanueva did while the player’s coach rapped him for it.

“Three tours to Afghanistan and a Bronze Star with Valor,” triple amputee and Purple Heart recipient Kolfage began on Facebook today.

“Villanueva earned his Bronze Star medal with a Valor device for heroism in combat in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, while assigned to 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division. After his team was ambushed by the Taliban, Villanueva helped evacuate three wounded soldiers, one of whom, Pfc. Jesse Dietrich, later died from his wounds. Villanueva carried one of the wounded men on his shoulders during the firefight.”

“After everything Villanueva went through in combat it was outright outrageous for coach Tomlin to even suggest he sit the anthem out. And anyone who has been in his situation or in combat knows exactly why. Kaepernick and his minions are chumps.”

Three tours to Afghanistan and a Bronze Star with Valor. Villanueva earned his Bronze Star medal with a Valor device…

Posted by Senior Airman Brian Kolfage on Monday, September 25, 2017

If Tomlin wants to talk about showing respect for a team, he could learn a lot about what that really means from these guys who never leave a brother behind.

Source:freedomdaily.com