Hysteria surrounding NFL players and the national anthem reaches all time high as standing is now likened to white supremacy.
Every liberal celebrity and journalist in America has decided that the NFL controversy is their platform to express what ever misconception happens to be rolling around the empty space designed to contain knowledge and understanding. MSNBC host Joy Reid explained the relationship between Christians and NFL kneeling by suggesting any offended Christian is a hypocrite, and now Huff Post columnist Jesse Benn has added ‘White Privilege’ to the mix.
Jesse Benn is an extreme left columnist who pens insanity that the Huffington Post apparently decides to publish despite any factual reporting being present. Clearly quailty and journalistic integrity don’t fall in the list of must haves when employing liberal reporters.
Previously Jesse Benn expressed sentiments of Republican executions being acceptable when a political baseball practice turned nearly fatal after a Republican lawmaker was shot.
Benn tweeted “What’s more harmful : Putting millions already on the margins more at-risk via draconian policies, or shooting a racist lawmaker in the hip?”
Benn went on to actually provide intellectual guidance for any such future attempts.
Clearly Jesse Benn has radical political beliefs and condones open violence and brutality against those who have a differing view, therefore it comes as no shock that Benn’s recent blog regarding the NFL has standing for the national anthem being equivalent to the support of white supremacy.
On September 25, extreme leftist Jesse Benn fired up another controversial column, this time insisting that the number of white athletes who remained standing for the national anthem was “particularly illustrative moment in white privilege.”
Benn was shocked that white people do (his emphasis) think the American flag represents “freedom, liberty and whatever other amorphous American values one might ascribe these symbols.” Making it shocking and non-nonsensical, in Benn’s view, do think that standing for the anthem “would be disrespectful to the privileges a white supremacist nation affords them.”
The HuffPo extremist went on to knock the “fairytale we Americans tell ourselves” that our soldiers fight for freedom. He then slammed American soldiers as tools of “imperial conquest” and ridiculed Americans for wallowing in their “blah blah blah patriotism” as well as for assuming that America is a “promise fulfilled.”
In comparison, does that mean that standing for any other countries anthem is in support of their cultural supremacy? Or does this fallacy only equate to white people as per usual?