NASCAR's Dale Earnhardt Jr. decided politics should now bleed into all sports as he blames the possible outcome of revolution on President Trump.
In light of the mounting controversy surrounding the NFL and its players protests during the national anthem, Dale Earnhardt Jr. likened President Trump to a famous quote made by JFK. Earnhardt Jr. claims that President Trumps call for the firing of insubordinate football players who kneel during the national anthem is equivalent to squashing their rights for peaceful protest and the resulting revolution will be his doing.
NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. on Monday quoted John F. Kennedy on “violent revolution” after President Trump attacked National Football League (NFL) players who kneel during the national anthem.
“All Americans R granted rights 2 peaceful protests,” he tweeted Monday.
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable-JFK.”
His comments come after Trump last week attacked NFL players who refuse to stand during the national anthem.
Once again the liberal elite fail to comprehend the problem at hand as their defense of American rights comes from a lack of actual understanding of those rights.
Peaceful protesting does NOT translate into a work environment while employees are ‘on the clock.' Regardless of how glorified the position of NFL player may be the fact remains that the players are being paid to play FOOTBALL, they do not have the right to ruin the game that patriotic Americans pay to watch by presenting political BS during the national anthem.
End of story!
Standing for the national anthem is part of the love surrounding football and the fierce loyalty Americans have for the sport. NFL ratings taking a substantial hit is a direct reflection of the ‘peaceful protest' from the rest of the country who refuse to financially support NFL ingrates who claim to stand against ‘oppression.' Must be pretty hard to go home every night to million dollar mansions afforded to you for playing a game and have delusional thoughts of American ‘oppression.'