Skip to comments.With Blazing Hatred in their eyes, Every NBA Player in First Basketball Game of 2020 Season Kneels in Contempt While American National Anthem Played
Posted on 08/01/2020 8:11:21 AM PDT by Roman_War_Criminal
That was beautifully done. Done in unity. Nice to see, former Orlando Magic star Shaquille ONeal said on TNT.
It is time to not only boycott basketball, but to turn off and stop watching every professional sporting event that is broadcast across America. Look at the hatred in the faces of these privileged, rich Liberals who have nothing but hatred and contempt for the country that made them wealthy bouncing a ball. They want real change? I say America turns them off starting immediately, and lets see them have to get real jobs and actually have to work for a living.
I am not a basketball fan, but I did grow up watching the Yankees and Steelers play, and used to enjoy that very much. But here in our woke year, I will not be watching one minute of any game thats played, and I urge everyone reading this to do the same. Remember when Target tried to push dress wearing men in the ladies room and Christians across America boycotted Target to the tune of $10,000,000,000.00 dollars. We need to do the same with professional basketball, football, baseball and any other sport that is now nothing more than a platform for radical black supremacists to wage war on America.
The league has vowed to make fighting racial injustice the focus of the NBA restart, painting Black Lives Matter on every court and giving players the option to have anti-racism phrases displayed on their jerseys.
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The NBA will fold as an entity. These spoiled players are a good example of killing the golden goose.
Other Negroes I guess.
Didn’t watch, won’t watch, don’t buy their products, don’t buy from their advertisers. Simple.
Not me I don’t watch thugball
and when the money dries up look out it’s the Cracker’s fault
Free HONG KONG Matters
Stop SLAVE Labor in China Matters.
I haven’t watched a basketball game in over ten years, so I can’t boycott them.
They look so oppressed!
I heard 1 stood, 1!
Forward Jonathan Isaac was the only Orlando Magic player to neither kneel during the national anthem nor wear a Black Lives Matter shirt prior to Orlando’s game against the Brooklyn Nets on Friday.
According to Bleacher Report’s Taylor Rooks, Isaac said after the game that while he believes Black Lives Matter, “kneeling or wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt don’t go hand-in-hand with supporting Black lives.”
Isaac added that while he doesn’t view kneeling or wearing the shirt as the answer, “Black lives are supported through the gospel. All lives are supported through the gospel.”
IF it weren’t for the ball, most of the POSs would be in prison orange and on the side of the highways and byways picking up trash.
IF they don’t like it here, they can pack up and leave.
Even give em the “raparations” they ask for: a spear, a loin cloth and a free one-way boat ride back to Africa.
I like college basketball but professional basketball? I have had more fun prepping for a colonoscopy than I ever had at a pro game. They can sit, stand, kneel, or fart and sniff each others butts, makes no difference to me. If I am going to watch someone with a glandular problem I’ll opt for Jerry Nadler. He is at least funny looking.
People should stay seated when they play the black national anthem
Victor Davis Hanson has a good column up about the “three wokes” that are committing suicide.
Haven’t watched an NBA game since the days of the Byrd/Johnson days but the NFL boycott will cut me to the bone. I’m a lifelong fan of the Dallas Cowboys and if this insanity leeches onto the grid iron(which it certainly seems so, I will burn whatever Cowboy gear I have.
I love my Cowboys but I love my country more.
Boycott ALL sports!!!)
While all wearing $200 dollar tennis shoes made basically by slaves.
Who’s watching? I’ll bet the fans will leave in droves; won’t even watch on TV. Then the NBA will blame Trump and his supporters for their demise.
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