Skip to comments.Several NFL Players Who Protested National Anthem Sunday Have Arrest Records
Posted on 09/27/2017 5:16:14 AM PDT by areukiddingme1
Many of the National Football League players who participated in the protests against the national anthem and American flag on Sunday have had past run-ins with the law themselves.
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I think we need to expose all the misconduct these little darlings have committed say since 2000 to present.
We need to start a campaign targeted directly at the players that have taken a knee and dig up all the dirt on their past, all the charges and all the convictions. That alone should suck the wind right out this non-sense.
It appears President Trump was right -- AGAIN!!!
How did the NFL not see that we would make this connection...My God the NFL is stupid!!!
Oh yeah, and let's not forget Prince Charming, Ray Rice and his "respect" for his girlfriend's racial equality:
Exactly. They are protesting their right to do whatever they please and be held above the law. Let’s see how this works out for the nation.
It's boring. I haven't paid attention to professional sports since the NFL went free agency. It's gone downhill since then. But do we have to have every little detail of what these fools do, on FR?
So you would think that the NFL and the PR machine that they have at their disposal — The countless numbers of PR execs that they have that make seven figure a year salaries would have foreseen their darling players criminal history coming into play and those same highly paid PR execs would have steered the NFL away from actually peeing on the electric fence and just taken everyone’s word for it that “if you do it, it’s going to hurt.”
I think Suggs of the Ravens has multiple domestic violence and assault charges. In one, he held a bottle of bleach over his 1 year old son and threatened to pour it on him.
But it's pretty hard these days to find a determined personality like what it takes to be a pro football player, that has NOT had, SOMETIME in his past, a run-in with "the law"
MY ill-spent youth of the sixties and early seventies is chock a block FULL of stupid drunk and minor drug busts that were better lessons than school.
I survived, albeit with a record.
THIS subject for an article is inane IMO.
Hell ... look at the gazillions of dollars worth of tat's on the collective arms of ALL pro athletes and you automatically register; "Daughter, don't you DARE bring him home"
“The should print the name of every player who protested. and next to the name of the player, they should indicate whether they have an arrest record, or not.”
Cowboy Bob, that, is a fantastic idea!!!
Have you seen this — How did they not see this coming.
Now maybe, just maybe the players will drop this whole, “oh look at us, we are pure as the driven snow, oh, and we are outraged.”
This, in addition to your post...Yeah, the victim clearly died of multiple self-inflicted gunshot wounds to the head, the patient didn’t die immediately, well, because it was to the head.
Look or what we have here
He ain't no Saint, he be a child beater.
So yeah, whomever it was who had the idea, put the MF's name up in lights that say "CHILD BEATER" right next to it.
All the other kneeling thugs too, of course.
They should all be playing each other on prison teams.
Honestly, that’s such a good idea you had, why don’t you start a thread where all that useful information can go?
Yes, and social media too! Why didn’t I think of that?
Well, I’m retired so I really don’t have anything better to do. I am enjoying it, if you don’t mind.
And I can only bet that many of them probably have multiple instances of when they SHOULD have been arrested but weren’t because of their fame.
Had he not killed himself, convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez of the New England Unpatriots would have been kneeling in his cell in solidarity.
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