The NFL finally figured out a solution to the National Anthem protests. Replacing the players with #FightFor15 robots wasn’t a viable option apparently. Instead, they were planning to bribe the players with $89 million towards social justice. That’s more money than the league spends to support our military and to help end breast cancer. $89 million.
Guess who learned this week to never appease leftists?
…the deal seems to have failed. Many players continued to kneel and demonstrate during this week’s games.
The L.A. Chargers’ left tackle Russel Okung raised his fist during the National Anthem Sunday, and the Oakland Raiders’ Marshawn Lynch remained seated for the song. L.A. Rams player Robert Quinn raised his fist as well, and other players linked arms in solidarity.
At least 6 other players between Miami, New Orleans and San Francisco all took a knee after some of them publicly raised issues with the proposed deal from their bosses.
Raised issues with the proposed deal? Were they offended that less money is going towards cancer and our veterans? Or upset that it wasn’t $100 million?
The NFL thought it could pacify these turd mongrels by way of financial social justice. The players spit said pacifier right back into their face. Imagine my surprise.
It seems players now have $89 million reasons to keep protesting, because they recently discovered they can shake the entire league. Nice one, NFL!