Skip to comments.Shattuck: T-shirt shows Bill Belichick to be a true patriot
Posted on 07/13/2017 3:57:12 AM PDT by calvincaspian
Bravo to Bill Belichick.
A Twitter user yesterday afternoon posted a couple of pictures of the prodigious coach wearing a shirt bearing an illustration that shocked some, confused others and pleased many more.
The text reads, Life is great and features a depiction of an armed man in a turban being attacked by a military dog as hes being chased by a soldier carrying a rifle.
Is this hate-wear?
This is patriot-wear the Patriots head coach was showing off.
The shirts are sold on a site called www.tridentk9.org, run by Jim Amann, now a deputy sheriff in Los Angeles. Amann is a former Navy SEAL who was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan with his military dog Rocky. Ammans company, Trident K9 LLC, provides police and military K9 equipment and training, as well as the light-hearted shirt Belichick was sporting yesterday.
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
Naturally, Belichick cut the sleeves off his shirt, but theyre sold sleeves-on.
So, Coach Belichick, youve got a fan in Amann, who wanted to tell you, Thank you for your support.
Belichick is my favorite coach and Pats are my favorite team.
Love it...just love it.
Liberal Butt Hurt >> Belichick’s Feelings >> Rat’s Ass
Hmmm something to like ole read my lips Belichick about
Free Republic doing the reporting the mainstream media is too lazy to do.
The story was reported by The Boston Herald. I think that could be considered main stream.
And the pic they have is a lot clearer than the one on the tridentk9 site.
Great. When I first looked at the story this morning the picture was of Belichick wearing a Patriots shirt which wasn’t much use, so I went looking.
That Patriot man could be Trump and his hair! lol
Could be. But around here in Pat's Country, we call him Elvis.
Short for flying Elvis
I love it, Leftards are starting to melt down over this:
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