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Stop Supporting The NFL

The media is rife with reports that make it clear the NFL is looking to pander to left-wing social justice causes and BLM.


Bread and circuses.

While big business, big government, and mainstream media all collude to destroy America they are keeping many people distracted with the age old business of bread and circuses.

This alone is a bad thing, but it is made even worse when they pander to left wing groups and virtue signal Marxist values.

My solution?

Stop supporting the NFL. Stop watching televised sports.

There are far better things to do than to sit around in front of a television for hours watching people throw a ball around.

Read a book, take a hike, play with your kids.

Stop watching NFL games on the television.

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Fox News reported: 

Colin Kaepernick started to trend on social media during halftime of Super Bowl LV on Sunday as viewers watching the game took issue with the NFL’s commercial about its social justice initiatives.

The NFL’s Inspire Change commercial included footage of the protests against racial injustice and police brutality as well as LaDanian Tomlinson’s Hall of Fame speech talking about how football brings people together. The commercial showed players wearing the names of victims of police brutality on the back of their helmets as well as players locking arms in a show of solidarity and kneeling on the sidelines.

"The NFL is committing $250 million to help end systemic racism," the commercial said.

But those watching the Super Bowl said Kaepernick should have been included in some way.

The New York Post had a related report: 

In June, the NFL announced its plan to take on systemic racism after Kaepernick’s protest fell on flat ears years ago. A person familiar with the NFL’s “Inspire Change” program told at the time that it hopes to work with Kaepernick in the future.

“We wouldn’t be where we are today without the work Colin and other players have led off,” the person said at the time. “That is a key point here. We listened to our players. We needed to listen more, we needed to move faster. We heard them and launched a social justice platform because of what Colin was protesting about.

“The players have always been an essential piece of this effort and this campaign. It would be awesome to engage Colin on some of the work we are doing. He’s doing real impactful work. Getting him in some way would be amazing for us. There’s a lot of work to do to get to that point. We’re certainly open and willing to do that.”


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