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Pissed Off NASCAR Team Owners Respond To Entitled NFL Brats On What They Will Do To Any Anthem Protesters

This is bada$$! Don’t mess with NASCAR!

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And there here is why NASCAR is the real Great American Sport!

In a move that will make a clear contrast between the spoiled ball tossers in the NFL, and NASCAR drivers, multiple NASCAR team owners made it clear today that they will not tolerate any kind of National Anthem disrespect at any of their events. Now or Ever! 

Anybody that don’t stand up for that ought to be out of the country. Period,” said Richard Petty Motorsports team owner and retired legend Richard Petty at the driver’s meeting before the ISM Connect 300 in New Hampshire this morning.

If they don’t appreciate where they’re at … what got them where they’re at? The United States.”

Fellow team owner Richard Childress, who owns Richard Childress Racing, and was the man who owned the famous number 3 car driven by the late Dale Earnhardt (Earnhardt was killed in a collision during the last lap of the 2001 Daytona 500 in Daytona, Florida), said he informed all of his employees that a protest would get them “a ride on the Greyhound bus when the national anthem is over.” He went on to add, “I told them anyone who works for me should respect the country we live in. So many people have gave their lives for it. This is America.”

History of NASCAR

In the years immediately following World War II, stock car racing was experiencing the greatest popularity it had ever seen. Tracks throughout the country were drawing more drivers – and bigger crowds.

Nonetheless, there was a serious lack of organization. From track to track, rules were different. Some tracks were makeshift facilities, built to produce one big show at a county fair or something similar to capitalize on the crowds flocking to the events. Other tracks were suited to handle the cars, but not the crowds. Some could manage both, but did little to adhere to rules set by other tracks.

In December 1947, Bill France Sr., of Daytona Beach, Fla., organized a meeting at the Streamline Hotel across the street from the Atlantic Ocean to discuss the problems facing stock car racing.

France had come to Florida from Washington, D.C., years earlier. He operated a local service station and also promoted races on the city’s famed beach-road courses, often racing himself. He was a man of strong will – and ambition. Thus, by the time that meeting at the Streamline Hotel was complete, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing was born. Few knew when the meeting adjourned if the organization would be successful. In fact, there were skeptics who believed it never would work.

Not even France, who believed a sanctioning body was exactly what the sport of stock car racing needed, could have envisioned what NASCAR has become today.

Things came together quickly. The first NASCAR-sanctioned race was held on Daytona’s beach course Feb. 15, 1948, just two months after the organizational meeting. Red Byron, a stock car legend from Atlanta, won the event in his Ford Modified. Six days later on Feb. 21, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing was incorporated.

It was 1949, however, that what is now the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, the premier racing series in America, was born.

Jim Roper of Great Bend, Kan., was the winner of the first “Strictly Stock” (the precursor to NASCAR Sprint Cup) event, held at the Charlotte Fairgrounds on June 19, 1949. A tremendous crowd attended the event to see automobiles with the appearance of a street-car race door-to-door. The new racing series was off and running. And it was an immediate success.

Plans immediately were made for ways to bring bigger, faster races to bigger, hungrier crowds and less than a year later (1950), the country’s first asphalt superspeedway, Darlington Raceway in South Carolina, opened its doors for the new division.

The first decade for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series was one of tremendous growth. Characters became heroes and fans hung on every turn of the wheel, watching drivers manhandle cars at speeds fans wished they could legally run themselves.

Names like Lee Petty, Fireball Roberts, Buck Baker, Herb Thomas, the Flock brothers, Bill Rexford, Paul Goldsmith and others became as well-known to race fans as Willie, Mickey and the Duke were to baseball fans.

Looking to the future, and the past with the success of Darlington, Bill France Sr., began construction of a 2.5-mile, high-banked superspeedway four miles off the beach in Daytona Beach.

France had helped lead the fight to keep racing affiliated with the city. When those looking to set land speed records began opting for the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah so the incoming and outgoing tides at Daytona Beach would not be a factor, the city wanted to maintain one of its main attractions – fast cars and the beach. By the end of NASCAR’s first decade, the city not only had held on to its racing roots, but had outgrown the beach and, in 1959, moved events to Daytona International Speedway. With its long back straightaway and sweeping high-banked turns of more than 30 degrees, the 2.5-mile tri-oval was one of the largest speedways in the world.

In the first race, fans were treated to something that each year still brings millions of fans to NASCAR races – close competition.

The first Daytona 500 didn’t end for three days. It took that long for NASCAR officials to study a photograph of the finish between Petty and Johnny Beauchamp before declaring Petty the winner.

The hook had been set.

The following year (1960), superspeedways were opened just outside Atlanta and Charlotte. ABC televised the 1961 Firecracker 250 from Daytona Beach as part of its “Wide World of Sports.”

New heroes emerged.

Lee Petty’s son Richard, who soon would be referred to as “The King” of stock car racing, Buddy Baker, Cale Yarborough, Ned Jarrett, David Pearson and Bobby Allison led NASCAR racing through an era that featured a schedule of more than 60 races a year on tracks from Florida to California to Maine.

Fan interest grew and the demand for bigger, faster tracks was heard. In 1969, France opened the 2.66-mile Alabama International Motor Speedway (now known as Talladega Superspeedway), the largest and fastest motorsports oval in the world. New tracks sprang up in Brooklyn, Mich., (70 miles southwest of Detroit), Dover, Del., (between Philadelphia and Baltimore) and Pocono, Pa., two hours from Manhattan.

The decade of the 1970s brought further change, including one at the top when Bill France Sr., passed the torch of leadership of NASCAR to his son Bill Jr. on Jan. 10, 1972.

Corporate sponsorship of the series by the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company through its Winston brand began in 1971 and NASCAR’s premier division was then known as the NASCAR Winston Cup Series.

In 1976, NASCAR’s premier division took the lead in worldwide motorsports attendance for the first time with more than 1.4 million spectators making their way to events, according to figures from the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. That lead never has been relinquished.

Television exposure grew as well. The 1979 Daytona 500 became the first 500-mile race in history to be telecast live in its entirety. In 1981, NASCAR moved its annual awards ceremony to New York City from Daytona Beach for the first time.

By the mid 1980s, Fortune 500 companies not only were involved in sponsoring NASCAR, but individual races and teams as well.

Drivers such as Darrell Waltrip, Dale Earnhardt, Bill Elliott and others were rising to challenge Petty and Allison and Yarborough and displaying the colors of detergents and coffees and cereals on the hoods of their cars while doing it.

Major consumer packaging companies like Kellogg’s, General Foods, and Procter & Gamble were realizing what Bill France saw coming in the late 1940s – stock car racing was big.

In 1982, NASCAR consolidated the Late Model Sportsman Division into a new series. Since rising costs had made weekly racing for the Late Model stock cars difficult, the idea behind the creation of the series was to build big races, and to bring all of the regional-stars of the series together for all of the races.

Anheuser-Busch, Inc. of St. Louis, Mo., became the sponsor of the new NASCAR Budweiser Late Model Sportsman Series. In 1984, the Busch brand took over the sponsorship in what would become the NASCAR Busch Series – now called the NASCAR Nationwide Series.

By 1989, just 10 years after the first 500-mile race to be broadcast live flag-to-flag, every race on the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule was televised, nearly all of them live.

Close competition and high speeds in cars that have a “stock” appearance have been the hallmark of the NASCAR’s top division through the years.

As the decade of the 1990s began, perhaps no one but the sports visionaries could have imagined the growth NASCAR would undertake. Without question it was an exciting time. NASCAR began its meteoric rise by expansion in 1993 to New Hampshire Motor Speedway – 70 miles north of Boston – and in 1994, to the capital of open-wheel racing, Indianapolis.

In May 1994, NASCAR introduced a new series, the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, involving full-bodied pickup trucks. After several exhibition events, the first points event in the new series was held in February of 1995. The intensely competitive series has grown in popularity and starts 2009 with a new sponsor and name: the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

At the same time, NASCAR’s at-track attendance grew monumentally.

The NASCAR “lifestyle” was becoming a national phenomenon with cover stories in Forbes and Sports Illustrated. To help feed the tremendous growth, NASCAR launched its official Web site in 1995 (www.nascar.com) and in 1997, NASCAR branched out again, adding races in top 10 markets like Los Angeles, Dallas/Ft. Worth and added a second date in New Hampshire.

The 1998 season marked the celebration of NASCAR’s 50th Anniversary with an unprecedented integrated marketing campaign to celebrate NASCAR’s past, present and future. NASCAR’s top division expanded once again to Las Vegas while the NASCAR Nationwide Series expanded to Pikes Peak International Raceway in Colorado, and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series included new races at St. Louis, Memphis, and Pikes Peak.

From 1993 to 1998, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at-track attendance alone grew 57% (by 2.2 million) to over 6.3 million and its top three divisions combined grew a staggering 80% (by 4.1 million), to over 9.3 million.

Topping off NASCAR’s explosion in the `90s was the announcement in November 1999 of a consolidated television package with Fox Sports/FX and NBC Sports/TNT for NASCAR’s premier division and NASCAR Nationwide Series beginning in 2001. At the same time, DaimlerChrysler announced intentions to return its Dodge nameplate to NASCAR’s top division for 2001, after a 15-year hiatus.

As the sports fan base grew, NASCAR grew internally as well. In November of 2000, Mike Helton became the third president in NASCAR history as the torch of leadership passed to a non-France family member for the first time.

By the turn of the century, nothing could stand in the way of NASCAR’s raging success. New stars emerged such as Jeff Gordon, Bobby Labonte and second-generation driver Dale Jarrett. NASCAR’s drivers, teams and tracks once again saw unprecedented exposure, this time with the aid of an expanded 36-race schedule and its new television package in 2001.

The TV story was proving a remarkable success as viewership for the Daytona 500 grew 48% (over 6 million) to 18.7 million viewers between 1993 and 2002. When Fox Sports aired its first Daytona 500 in 2001, viewership increased 32% (4.1 million) to over 17 million from the 2000 broadcast.

As Tony Stewart was crowned NASCAR’s 2002 champion, close observers of the sport saw a youth movement swelling, personified by drivers such as Jimmie Johnson, Ryan Newman, Kurt Busch, Kevin Harvick, Matt Kenseth and Dale Earnhardt Jr., were evidence.

In 2003, NASCAR made two major announcements to help the dawn of the new era become even clearer. NASCAR announced in June that Nextel would become the new series sponsor in 2004, replacing R.J. Reynolds’ Winston brand after 33 years. Three months later in September, Brian Z. France was named as NASCAR’s CEO and Chairman of the Board replacing his father, Bill France Jr.

A number of developments have followed. The Chase for the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup was announced at the start of 2004, ushering in a new format by which to determine the champion of NASCAR’s premier series. In 2006, Toyota announced a move into all three of NASCAR’s national series. In 2007 it was announced that the premier series’ name would be changed to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. NASCAR’s “playoffs” would also have a new name: The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. In addition, 2007 also saw the announcement that Nationwide Insurance was replacing Anheuser Busch as main sponsor of NASCAR’s No. 2 series. And, there was the phasing-in of NASCAR’s safety-oriented new car.

In 2008, history was made as Jimmie Johnson won a third consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup championship, tying Cale Yarborough’s record set from 1976-78. Johnson then eclipsed that mark with an unprecedented fourth-consecutive title in 2009.

But no matter the year, there have always been – and always will be – constants: Close, safe competition, fair stewardship and drivers who are genuine American heroes.

This is why so many of us true Americans love NASCAR. They hold true to the values that America embodies. They will never show any disrespect for our nation nor the man who we chose to lead us, President Donald J. Trump.

I have personally attended multiple NASCAR races since I became a fan back in 1998. When the national anthem is sung you will never see a single driver, nor person in the stands not standing at full attention with their hands on their heart. And if there ever is a case when it so happens that someone decides not to stand, I don’t expect that fan to be able to stand for long anyway.

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Al ran for the California State Assembly in his home district in 2010 and garnered more votes than any other Republican since 1984. He's worked on multiple political campaigns and was communications director for the Ron Nehring for California Lt. Governor campaign during the primaries in 2014. He has also held multiple positions within his local Republican Central Committee including Secretary, and Vice President of his local California Republican Assembly chapter. While also being an ongoing delegate to the California Republican Party for almost a decade.

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El Chapo’s Cash Won’t Be Used On Trump’s Wall So Look Who Showed Up With $21 Bil For It Overnight

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President Donald Trump was recently presented with an incredible surprise of who could be paying for one of his most important and expensive campaign promises when Texas Senator Ted Cruz proposed a bill to use $14 billion seized from notorious drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman. The ingenious and perfectly ironic funding source for this important safety feature was met with as many road blocks as the idea for the wall itself. As quickly as that idea was shot down, a surprise financier showed up overnight with the approximately $21 billion needed to foot the bill and you won’t believe where it came from.

The only thing that’s been holding America’s safety and security back is the ability to fund the 40-foot tall wall that’s expected to stretch approximately 1,000 miles along the U.S. – Mexico border. Although the lengthy construction process is already underway, it could be finished much quicker than originally thought after having solved one of the biggest challenges it has faced to date.

“Building ‘a big, beautiful wall’ on the Southern border was Trump’s signature promise during his campaign, winning him support from advocates for hard-line immigration reform,” Politifact reported.

Original estimates for the cost of this project came in at $12 to $15 billion, however, Bernstein Research, who calculates total building cost believes it could actually come in somewhere around $15 billion to $25 billion. The Department of Homeland Security agrees, estimating a specific $21.6 billion price tag for this massive project, according to Politifact. While that total is in excess of the $14 billion taken from El Chapo upon his arrest, the financing problem could soon be solved if Alabama Senator Luther Strange gets his way.

Strange went on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson to discuss his idea of where this much-needed wad of cash could come from right now, and it’s as ironic as using drug money to pay for it. Those who want immigrants in this country don’t seem to have an issue with paying for them to be here, so they should be okay with footing the bill to keep them in their country.

Strange explained to Tucker that the funds should come directly from so-called Sanctuary Cities who don’t follow the law. In essence, this would be a fine for going against the President, not cooperating with local police, refusing to turn immigrants in, and worst of all, actually preventing people from fairly bidding on the border wall. Sanctuary cities like San Francisco, California punish their citizens for participating in bidding on the construction of the wall by banning them from doing any other work in the city. This is not a democracy, it’s a dictatorship decided by liberals and since they aren’t stopping, Strange wants them to pay for the wall that’s already written into law.

The Senator’s simple solution is that cities who refuse to comply with the nation’s law aren’t going to get the money that they expect from the government because it’s going to go to building the wall. It makes perfect sense to not reward bad behavior with cash that could be used to ensure the rule of law which our nation is built on. Sanctuary Cities don’t make their own rules and can’t expect other people to pay for it when it goes against what the president has already set. Rather than defunding these defiant cities, divert the funding and let their laws be the country’s gain.

Along this same line of logic that Strange presented, costs of this wall could also be met it America stopped or slowed the flow of funding to Mexico. It only makes sense to use the money being sent over the border for the barrier between us since we’re also trying to block Mexican citizens from entering America illegally.

This isn’t about keeping good people out and prevent people from wanting to seek a better life and the American dream, it’s only about preventing those from entering the wrong way and wreaking havoc, compromising citizen’s safety, and sapping off our resources. If it’s important to become a law-abiding American citizen and reap the rewards of living in this country, there’s an immigration to follow to prove those intentions.

The next best thing to using a drug lord’s seized money earned from abusing our border is to make Sanctuary Cities pay for it. They can’t make their own laws to harm people and force other people to pay for it too.

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FBI Raided Wasserman-Schultz’s House After She’s Tied To Dead Body On Beach – Make Unbelievable Find

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Ever since Trump got into office, liberals continue to prove how far they’re willing go in order to bury their dirty secrets. Members of the DNC will simply kill off whoever stands in the way of their agenda, as evidenced by the body of lawyer Beranton J. Whisenant Jr. washing up on a Florida beach back in May. As Wasserman-Schultz’s continues to be investigated for her possible role in the man’s murder since Whisenant Jr. was set to expose Wasserman-Schultz’s fraud and visa case in Florida, now the former DNC chair has another nightmare on her hands after what the FBI just found after conducting a massive raid at her home.

Body of Beranton J. Whisenant Jr. washed up on a beach back in May right before set to expose Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s scandal

Several months back, a highly-disturbing Muslim spy ring was discovered at the White House, led by 3 brothers who were hired by Wasserman-Schultz to do IT work for Congress. The 3 Muslim brothers, Abid, Imran and Jamal Awan, were busted for stealing top secret information from Congressmen’s laptops, and then copying it to an external hard drive outside of the White House. Since the bust, a criminal investigation by U.S. Capitol Hill law enforcement has been underway, although no arrests have yet to be made. Now we’re learning startling information of how Wasserman-Schultz is not only helping these Muslim terrorists get away with their crimes, but has been keeping the seized hard drives at her home so she could later give the top secret stolen intel back to the Muslims! The Daily Caller reported:

“Pakistani-born Imran Awan, long-time right-hand IT aide to the former Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman, has since desperately tried to get the hard drives back, the individual told The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group.

A high-level congressional source, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the probe, confirmed that the FBI has joined what Politico previously described as a Capitol Police criminal probe into ‘serious, potentially illegal, violations on the House IT network’ by Imran and three of his relatives, who had access to the emails and files of the more than two dozen House Democrats who employed them on a part-time basis.”

During the raid, Capitol Police seized smashed computers and hard drives from Wasserman-Shultz’s home that had previously belonged to the Muslim IT administrator. It’s not clear whether Wasserman-Shultz had smashed the devices as a way to destroy evidence or bury her ties to the Muslim terrorists, but the former DNC congresswoman is no doubt in serious legal trouble after being in possession of the items during the raid. The Daily Caller went on:

“Capitol Police have also seized computer equipment tied to the Florida lawmaker.

Awan’s younger brothers, Abid and Jamal, his wife, Hina Alvi, and Rao Abbas, Imran’s best friend, are also under investigation. There have been no arrests in the case.

There is also evidence of financial schemes that extend beyond the Capitol Police’s purview and may expand to Pakistan, where Imran spends significant portions of the year.”

It’s unbelievable to comprehend why Wasserman-Schultz would commit treason against the United States by aiding and abetting our enemies, but many are beginning to suspect that the Muslim brothers have been blackmailing members of Congress with whatever information they stole from the Congressmen’s laptops. “Congressional aides also feared politicians were being blackmailed by the Pakistani IT suspects in security breach,” The Gateway Pundit reported.

Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo was the first person to break the story about the Muslim brother spy ring at the White House, where she discussed exactly what’s at stake now that America’s secrets are now in the possession of these Muslim IT workers, all who have ties with the Muslim Brotherhood and had for months been funneling our secrets to possible terrorists outside the United States, thanks to Wasserman-Schultz.

“They [the Muslims] were barred from computer networks at the House of Representatives on Thursday because they accessed Congressmen and Congress people’s computer networks unauthorized,”  Bartiromo began. “At a minimum they were fired. At a minimum we know that they accessed computers unauthorized and they did so in foreign intelligence, foreign affairs and intelligence committees….  they were getting very important information, government information. They accessed these computers.

It’s highly disturbing how all of the DNC’s scandals keep pointing straight back to Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. Her antics began during the election as she was busted for helping Hillary Clinton rig the primary election against Bernie Sanders. After being fired and removed as the DNC chair, not only is Wasserman-Schultz now being tied to the murder of Beranton J. Whisenant Jr. who was investigating her for her fraud and visa case in Florida, but now she’s been caught red-handed for trying to destroy computers and hard drives directly tying her to Muslim Brotherhood terrorists at the White House! All Muslims that SHE hired to “do IT work!”

Share this story and help expose this corruption! This is absolutely sick!

 

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The Anti-American NFL Just Made A SICK Move For ALL FELONS Just To Piss Off Trump

More proof they hate America!

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The anthem protest controversy with the National Football League still remains a problem, leaving the organization at the forefront of the news. Despite their unnecessary involvement in the political arena with their protests, they have inserted themselves yet again in another political firestorm.

The League as a whole has endorsed the bipartisan Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act. It is Senator Chuck Grassley, a Republican from Iowa, and Senator Dick Durban, a Democrat from Illinois, who introduced this legislation. A plethora of other Senators have thrown their support behind the bill such as Senator Lee, Senator Feinstein, and Senator Brooke.

Former spokesman for President Bill Clinton who’s now in a similar position for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the following concerning the NFL’s statement,

We felt that this was an issue over the last months, as we have continued to work with our players on issues of equality and on issues of criminal justice reform, that was surfaced for us, and we thought it was appropriate to lend our support to it.”

This particular piece of legislation would change life sentences to three-time drug felons to a new 25-year term. As well, it amends the Controlled Substances Act and would impose a mandatory minimum of only five years rather than ten. In addition to this, it seeks out other alternatives to prison for offenders that are nonviolent, for example, home confinement.

Despite the broad support it has received, this bill was introduced in a former Congress but never came before the House because of detractors such as now Attorney General Jeff Sessions who was a Senator at the time & he did not support the bill. But now the tides have turned and it has been introduced in the 115th Congress.

The text of the bill asks the attorney general to create,

a strategic plan for the expansion of recidivism reduction programming and productive activities.”

The Washington Post reported,

On Capitol Hill, spokesmen for the two main sponsors of the criminal justice bill, Sens. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) and Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.), declined to comment about the timing of the NFL’s endorsement or whether it was intended to quell the heated debate over the players’ continued protests. Both said they welcomed the NFL’s support.

But a spokesman for Grassley added that the NFL had not coordinated with the bill’s congressional sponsors in advance of its decision. In the meantime, no other sports league has signed on. A spokesman for the NFL Players Association did not immediately return a call for comment about whether the football players’ union would also endorse the bill.

In Congress, it is not clear whether the NFL’s endorsement will help the bill’s chances of passing. The legislation has already earned the support of some influential groups from across the political spectrum, including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Charles Koch Institute and Americans for Tax Reform.”

The article continued,

Although the Trump administration has not taken a position on the bill, the legislation directly challenges Sessions’s new policy on sentencing, which he laid out in a memo to federal prosecutors earlier this year. In that memo, Sessions instructed them to seek charges “that carry the most substantial guidelines sentence, including mandatory minimum sentences” — leading many to interpret the directive as the start of a new war on drugs. Sessions has said that his order was meant to focus on hardened criminals. Nonetheless, the policy is a course change from the Obama administration’s effort to avoid pursuing charges that would result in long prison sentences for certain low-level crimes.”

Despite the widespread bipartisan support, the NFL choosing to get involved in the political arena has been abnormal. With the exception of the last few years, people in the NFL have not really been politically active raising the question of whether they should be or not.

Breitbart reported,

Despite looking to move on from national anthem kneelers and corral back disgusted fans, the NFL, this time willingly, tethers itself to a political issue completely unrelated to football, perhaps as the owners’ quid to the pros’ quo of ceasing the money-draining sideline pregame protests. The league announced the endorsement of the act on Monday. On Tuesday, owners and players meet to discuss the protests. Attempts to inject politics into the playing field resulted in massive numbers of fans clicking away or off on Sunday afternoons over the last two seasons. Credit Suisse cited tanking NFL ratings for lowering its earnings expectations for CBS on Monday. Earlier this month, the Wall Street outfit similarly pointed to “weak” football ratings as the reason for revising downward a forecast of earnings for Twenty-First Century Fox.”

The purpose of music and sports is to bring people together. People who ordinarily disagree and cannot find common ground, through sports and music, are able to. Yet by the NFL injecting themselves in the political arena, they are causing the exact opposite of that.

In a time more than ever when we need to be united it is imperative that we have an outlet like professional sports to bring this country together. However, professional athletes have proven time and time again they do not agree. Which is sadly unfortunate.

Perhaps with this latest move, the NFL should be renamed the National Felons League.

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