Over the last year, disrespectful NFL players knelt during the national anthem creating a firestorm of criticism from the fans to President Trump. These anti-American players claimed that they were kneeling to protest racial inequality in America all while they cashed million dollars checks and drove expensive cars back to their mansions in gated communities. As the national anthem protests by these nasty NFL players grew, so did the number of fans boycotting the games and as a result, the ratings took a nose dive. However, despite the poor ratings and NFL stadiums emptying out across the country, these race-baiting players still did not get the message to no one cared about their protest.
Well, now that is about to change as players in the NFL just received a hefty dose of karma for their disgusting antics giving Trump and every red-blooded American the last laugh.
If there is one thing that we learned from these protests over the last year, is that these ungrateful players have no concept what it means to be an American in our country. Otherwise, if they did, they would hardly be kneeling during the national anthem essentially spitting in the face of every veteran who has sacrificed their lives to protect their right to protest. Oh, the irony, right?
Sadly, that concept has eluded these selfish players for a while, but now they are about to understand that there is always a consequence to their actions. Just recently, two NFL Houston Texans agents revealed that the team would pass over free agent players that participated in the controversial protests, and hopefully, they stick with it.
Here is more from Fox News:
“The widespread national anthem protests that took the NFL by storm last season will reportedly have an impact on how the Houston Texans pursue free agents.
Two NFL agents told the Houston Chronicle on Saturday that the team is not interested in players who participated in protests during the national anthem.
There is no official directive in the organization, but it is understood that the team isn’t going to pursue anyone who participated in the protests, the paper reported.
However, the Houston Texans slammed the report Monday calling it “categorically false and without merit.”
“A recent report that suggests the Houston Texans would not sign a player who has protested in support of social justice issues is categorically false and without merit. The Texans ownership, coaching, personnel and executive staff sign and hire employees based on talent, character and fit within our organization,” the Texans wrote in a statement.
In response to inaccurate reports regarding potential free agent signings… pic.twitter.com/CvI67Y91Uo
— Amy Palcic (@amypalcic) March 6, 2018
The Texans had their own controversy during the season after team owner Bob McNair said that “we can’t have the inmates running the prison” during a meeting of NFL owners about players who protest by kneeling during the national anthem.
He said that if he had a chance to do it over, he would not have used the expression.
McNair insisted he wasn’t referring to the players with his comments. He said he was “referring to the relationship between the league office and team owners and how they have been making significant strategic decisions affecting our league without adequate input from ownership over the past few years.”
A majority of the Texans responded to McNair’s comments by kneeling during the national anthem before the following game.”
Of course, they are going to deny that they said this, considering the amount of pushback they would receive from thousands of social justice warriors screaming discrimination, but it isn’t.
The only thing that will get these nasty NFL players attention is to hit them where it hurts, and that is in the pocketbook. If the NFL wants to continue making money, they are going to have to take a harsher stance against these players and their ridiculous protest.
A team or any employer has the right to decide who they want representing them, and they can choose to pass over potential players who may cause issues within in the team. NFL owners need to face the music that these ungrateful players who have been kneeling during the national anthem are bad news for their franchise, and it would be in their best interest not to sign them.