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

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