NFL Legend Has NASTY Surprise For Anti-American Players Who Have SICK Plans For 9/11 Game Tonight

Today is the first Monday night NFL football game of the regular season, but more importantly, it’s also the 16th anniversary of the worst terror attack on U.S. soil. September 11 is a day that’s forever burned into the hearts and minds of every American who watched the skyline of New York City change forever in a moment that defined who our enemies are.

The country came together in horror on this day and the anniversary should serve as a reminder to never forget what September 11 represents. While we’re all mourning the 2,996 lives lost in the attack, anti-American football players want to reclaim the attention.

When NFL legend Mike Ditka found out about it, he stepped back into the sport to put a stop to it before they could disrespect the country on this momentous day.

The entire preseason of professional football was a tribute to anti-American Colin Kaepernick and his disrespectful sideline antics of kneeling for the National Anthem at every game. Rather than letting this trend die with his career, a number of players picked up where he left off and don’t plan to stop for the duration of the season.

While they are freely able to disrespect our flag and nation since the NFL commissioner refuses to take a stand against it, Mike Ditka isn’t going to allow it for the one night that every player should be forced to stand.

Last year, during Kaepernick’s disgusting reign of resistance on the field, Ditka famously said that he and anyone else who follows in his cleats, need to “get the hell out” of the country since they clearly don’t seem to like it here. He’s back again with another scathing piece of advice for anyone who decides to sit or kneel during the anthem at tonight’s games, when the thousands of lives lost on September 11 will be recognized.

TMZ Sports reports:

“Iron Mike concedes players have the right to do what they want to do … but thinks 9/11 is different and believes most will stand for Old Glory.”

“As for the ‘malcontents’ … Ditka says just let them be and move on — they’ll be forgotten.”

The entire reason that these players take a knee for the anthem or act like disrespectful idiots in any other way on the field, is for the attention they get. So, there’s nothing worse for these entitled degenerates than to become irrelevant, which is exactly what they deserve, as Ditka so eloquently pointed out.

It has yet to be seen who, if any, players will continue their protest tonight for the 16th anniversary of the terror attack, but one thing is for sure – if they do, the league will allow it.

The NFL commissioner has been vocal in his support of these antics, professing that it’s their right to make this statement and putting the blame on fans who are offended by them.

As we’ve previously reported, Commissioner Roger Goodell said that football fans should be more understanding when players protest the national anthem. He later doubled down on the divisiveness when he came out against cops, in defense of Seahawks player and the season’s biggest protester, Michael Bennett, who was detained in Las Vegas and claimed he was abused.

Bennett was in Las Vegas a couple weekends ago for the Connor McGregor-Floyd Mayweather fight when he got in an altercation with the cops. His victim version of what happened was that for no reason whatsoever, officers held him to the ground with a gun in his face.

The officers’ approach to the potential shooting situation was completely reasonable based on the available evidence but how Bennett responded was not. The NFL Commissioner disagrees, coming to the defense of his entitled players once again by taking a big stance against law enforcement.

According to Bleacher Report:

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell released a statement through league spokesman Brian McCarthy on Wednesday voicing support for Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett after he said he was the victim of excessive force used by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

The season is already off to a really bad start and the only thing that could make it worse is for these players to show a complete disregard for the victims and their families on September 11. It would be the ultimate show of disrespect and if attention is what they’re after, this would be the game that they’ll get the most mileage out of their message. For that reason, Ditka is right to say not to give it to them.

September 11 marked a point in history where we should come together as one nation of citizens against an enemy that seeks to destroy it. These players would rather perpetuate the divide instead of using their platforms for good.

The NFL stands to lose more fans than they already have if they allow their players to be idiots at either of the two games scheduled for tonight. There’s a time and a place to say whatever you want about our nation and tonight is not one of those nights. If any player protests, they should take Ditka’s original advice and leave this country.

Amanda Shea is a political aficionado and curator of current events, who covers all issues of importance for conservatives. She brings attention and insight from what happens in the White House to the streets of American towns, because it all has an impact on our future, and the country left for our children. She writes with unfiltered truth, mixed with wit where it’s appropriate, and feels that journalism shouldn’t be censored.

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