Dean Cain: NFL Players Should Meet with Trump on Pardons
"I don't need to be a Superman,
As long as Not Gay Jared will be my biggest fan..."
- Dean Cain, singing karaoke. Probably
The drama with the Philadelphia Eagles seems like a lifetime ago. President Trump has since left to meet with Kim Jong-Un. On the way, he tried to start a war with Canada. Prior to that, Trump made an offer to athletes protesting the National Anthem. Meet him at the White House to discuss who should be pardoned for being a victim of racial/criminal injustice.
The greatest Superman our generation has ever known thinks this idea is the cat's pajamas. One the players should take the president up on.
Dean Cain says President Trump's offer to listen to protesting NFL players on who they'd like to see pardoned is a great opportunity ... and one not to be missed.
The 'Superman' star made an interesting point Sunday at LAX -- telling us that players who are kneeling against an unjust criminal justice system on the field should get up, and walk into the White House ... considering DT's apparently leaving the door wide open for talks.
I should say the "second" greatest Superman our generation has ever known. And not because my editor Courtney is standing behind me with my paycheck and a lighter.
But let's see if any of the players take Trump up on the offer. While the offer still stands. All it takes is "Fox & Friends" talking about a random athlete making fun of Trump for him to hop on Twitter and claim the deal is off.
Here's the second point. If there's so much racial criminal injustice, then players should jump at the chance for a meeting with the president. But again, only if that's the real reason players are kneeling. If, as Dean points out, the players are just protesting to protest, then Donald Trump's got them by the short hairs. It's time to see who's holding a flush, and who's holding nothing but jokers.