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Trump Warned Protesting Players And They Didn’t Listen, So Look What He Just Took From ALL Of Them

The Trump Karma train is coming Right at them! BOOM!

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The NFL players who are protesting the national anthem probably think that there’s safety in numbers and that the social justice warriors will always jump up and defend them. They probably think that the only thing they’re actually risking is a little short-term bad press, especially considering that 200 players took place in the protests over the weekend.

The only problem with that theory is that their value to their team and their league is only in as much as they bring in money. It was all fun and games when people were watching the games just to see who would stand and who would kneel. Now though, not only does the NFL stand to lose hundreds of millions of dollars because of the plummeting ratings, but they could lose federal funding.

One fun little thing that most of us don’t talk about is the fact that the NFL gets over a billion (that’s with a B, let that sink in) in taxpayer-funded federal subsidies and now that the players have told President Trump what they think of him, all of that is in jeopardy. Stuart Varney who is a British-American economic pundit who works for the Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network explained all of this to those of us who don’t spend our time pouring over the tax code for a living.

Stuart Varney who is a British-American economic pundit who works for the Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network explained all of this to those of us who don’t spend our time pouring over the tax code for a living.

Via The Gateway Pundit:

Stuart Varney joined FOX and Friends on Monday to discuss the NFL national anthem controversy.

On Sunday over two hundred NFL players and staff knelt down in protest during the national anthem.

Varney reminded the FOX and Friends hosts that NFL stadiums have collected over $1 billion in federal subsidies.

Stuart Varney: There’s $1.1 billion in direct subsidies from taxpayers to the NFL… Taxpayer subsidies go to the building of stadiums. There have been 20 new NFL stadiums since 1997. All of them have received a degree of taxpayer subsidies.

According to FOX Sports over the last 20 years, the American public has spent more than $7 billion dollars to build or renovate NFL stadiums, taking on 46 percent of the total costs of those projects.

It’s time to cut them off.

Well, how about that; it turns out that there’s even more that the government and taxpayers do for those players than just show up at their games and buy their overpriced jerseys. Apparently, our hard earned tax dollars are going to help out with those stadiums that we only get to enter when we pay an additional fee.

There are about to be a lot of players that find out just how disposable they are after the NFL gets a look at their yearly bottom line with those subsidies and minus the hundreds of millions that they’ll lose from advertisers. There was at least the possibility that the league would be able to pull this together before the players started pointedly objecting to President Trump supporting the anthem and the flag. While his statements may have been rather pointed, so were their protests and these players do need to be reminded of their place.

And in case you were unclear about the President’s position on the subject, he might have slid a little Easter egg in to show us exactly what he thinks. Biz Pac Review reported on the incident in question:

Did he or didn’t he? That’s the question that exploded on social media after President Trump appeared to furtively flip the bird while discussing New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

Kraft had criticized the president’s stance that NFL players should not disrespect the national anthem or the American flag.

‘I am deeply disappointed by the tone of the comments made by the President,’ Kraft said in a statement, where he called Trump’s remarks “divisive.”

Not all that unusual for someone to disagree with the President. That’s pretty much the liberals bread and butter, but what President Trump did in response might tell us what he thinks about it.

“When asked about Kraft’s remarks on Sunday, Trump doubled down on his original position. ‘I think it’s very disrespectful to our country [to not stand for the anthem],’ he said. ‘I think it’s very disrespectful to our flag.’

While making the statement, Trump used his middle finger to sweep back his hair, triggering leftist snowflakes who swore the president flipped the bird on camera. Mind you, these are the same psychos who wear vagina hats and tampon earrings as they riot and smash windows.”

You can decide whether or not you think the President was flipping anyone off, or if that’s just an affectation, but regardless, he wasn’t happy with the team owners sentiments.

Perhaps if we can’t get the players to respect the anthem, we should put the National back in the National Football League and make it all ex-military members. Maybe that could be a perk of joining the military; you’re eligible to play for the NFL after you get out. You can bet that this problem would go away one way or another. Either the current players would mind their manners, or the new ones we get would know what to do when the anthem plays. Win-win.

[H/T: The Gateway Pundit, Biz Pac Review]

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Jerry Jones Has Awesome Plan To Stop Anthem Protesters But Racist Player Has SICK New Way To Disrespect Americans

He should be fired, just like Trump said!

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Jerry Jones has been a vocal opponent of the national anthem protests in the NFL. He is well known as the owner of the Dallas Cowboys. However, one of his own players is appearing to defy him. Lord only knows how this is going to end for all of them. The player, in particular, was defensive lineman David Irving.

Jones told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram,

“I’ve made a call. You’ll just have to wait till Sunday.”

However, Irving has raised his fist in the past in display and solidarity with those who protest against the national anthem. He did it again prior to the Cowboys Week 5 game in front of the entire stadium and reporters. Rumor is that he plans to repeat this again on Sunday when the Dallas Cowboys play the San Francisco 49ers. The same team that Colin Kaepernick played for and who originated the protest.

Irving said the following about protesting,

“I’ve had way more support. I’m not disrespecting the flag. I really haven’t gotten anything negative. It’s all positive.”

CBS Sports reported the following,

That could change in the future, because ahead of the Cowboys’ Week 6 bye, Jerry Jones said that any player that disrespects the flag will not play. Jerry demurred on whether raising a fist at the end of the anthem — as Irving (and Damontre Moore) did in Week 5 — qualifies as disrespect, but said, “If there is anything disrespecting the flag, then we will not play,” per the Dallas Morning News. “Period. We’re going to respect the flag and I’m going to create the perception of it.”

Jerry knows all about creating that perception, as he was himself criticized by a reader letter to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram for remaining seated during the national anthem at the first home game of his tenure as the Cowboys’ owner.

JEERS: To Jerry Jones and Liz Taylor, who were the only two people at last Sunday’s Cowboys-Redskins game not standing when the national anthem was played. Riding out in a cart … was bad enough, but sitting while it was played was more than many of us could handle. Jerry, please note that in Texas, we stand for the national anthem.”
Jones now believes — having been told by the president that it was the case — that there is actually a rule requiring players to stand for the national anthem. However, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told FactCheck.org that players are not required to stand for the anthem. That fact was reinforced this week when owners and players met to discuss the national anthem policy, player protests, and several other social issues and came away not having changed anything regarding the lack of a requirement to stand during the anthem, but instead endorsing criminal justice legislation and deciding to finance an activism bootcamp.”

Irving has told reporters that his actions have nothing to do with the President, the owner of the team or the flag. Instead, he says the protest is about speaking out against police brutality against people of color, particularly African American people. Something that many of the protestors are echoing.

Jones has made his intentions clear. However, he hasn’t clarified whether kneeling, sitting, or raising or fist, or doing anything similar would be a fireable offense. Since Irving has been the most ardent supporter of the protest on the team it is likely he will continue to protest. Watching Jones’ reaction and seeing what will happen as a result of the protest will be interesting. Especially given how vocal he has been about it.

CBS Sports also reported,

Cowboys players were reportedly angered by Jones’ public hard-line stance, and the team had a meeting with Jones about it during the bye week. They mostly declined to talk about what was said during the meeting, but Irving apparently emerged determined to demonstrate in some fashion this weekend. Irving is an incredibly important player for the Cowboys. The clear weakness of their team is the pass rush, and though DeMarcus Lawrence has been an absolute monster this season, Irving was clearly the team’s best defensive lineman last season, when Lawrence was alternately injured and ineffective. We know Jones would do anything to win, but we also know he would do anything to project the appearance of total control. Depending on what Irving’s specific actions are on Sunday, those two desires could come into conflict with one another.”

While Jones has been harsh in his stance, many others have been the exact opposite showing solidarity with protestors, whether it be public servants, politicians, celebrities, businessmen, and women, making Jones more of a lone wolf for opposing it in the league. If all of his players protest is he really going to fire them all? That is the real question that needs to be answered. While it seems highly improbable he may very well just do that and if that is the case the entire team will be flipped upside down for the season.

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Fierce Little Dolly Parton Brings HELL On Racist Woman Who Tried To Destroy Her ‘Dixie Stampede’

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Country legend Dolly Parton is synonymous with the Tennessee, where she was born and raised and left her stamp on with multiple amusement parks and attractions. She doesn’t call herself the “daughter of the old South” without cause and for her small stature, packs a lot of grit behind that sweet facade.

One particularly ruthless Black Lives Matter activist didn’t like what this notable white woman had done in her neck of the woods and recently showed up to destroy all that Dolly has built. Perhaps she thought the singer would be an easy target found out how wrong she was when Dolly brought hell on this racist woman trying to shut down her “Dixie Stampede.”

There’s never been a question how much Dolly loves America which is part of the problem activist Aisha Harris’ has with her. Loving our country and having respect for the history of our nation is not in the racist playbook, especially lately.

After several months of lying dormant, BLM terrorists re-emerged with a new resolve in the last couple of weeks. It didn’t end well for Harris who picked Dolly Parton and her Civil War-theme dinner theater to attack and brought a war on herself.

Harris works for the staunch liberal site, Slate, who perhaps purposely employs Black Lives Matter supporters as to push their leftist agenda in their pieces for the online magazine. Frustrated that there hasn’t been as much racist unrest in the last couple of weeks as she’d like, Harris stirred the pot by calling for the closure of Dolly’s supposedly violent dinner theater by pointing out what she hilariously thought was racist.

“Advertised as an ‘extraordinary dinner show … pitting North against South in a friendly and fun rivalry,’ Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede is the Lost Cause of the Confederacy meets Cirque du Soleil,” Harris wrote in her hit piece on Parton for Slate. “It’s a lily-white kitsch extravaganza that play-acts the Civil War but never once mentions slavery.”

The “smoking gun” of proof of Dolly’s supposed racism that Harris thought she had on this lighthearted venue was that audience was divided into two sides – the “north” and the “south.” When Harris checked the venue out for herself, she found that there were people of both races sitting on each side of the dinner theater, and it wasn’t racially divided as she wrongfully assumed.

In fact, her whole point in exposing little Dolly Parton and her dinner theater as a hotbed of hate backfired when the only shred of racism she “uncovered” was wood finishes on the bathroom signs. With the “Northerners” sign painted black and the “Southerners” in yellow, this was all Harris could contrive in her own twisted mind as being bigoted.

“I did at least have time to run to the bathroom—a necessity after three and a half hours of sucking down lemonade by the bootful. This seemed like it could be a nice break, but when I got there, I stumbled upon this:”

“’Southerners Only’ on a light-colored placard and ‘Northerners Only’ on a dark-colored placard,” Harris noted.

“This was, at best, horrifyingly tone-deaf, but I went in the ‘Southerners Only’ stall anyway because it was the only one open and my bladder felt ready to explode.”

However, just when Harris thought she had all the supposedly racist propaganda to take Dolly and her Dixie Stampede down, she emerged from the restroom to catch the final act of the show. If she hoped that Dolly was going to come out and don a white sheet and pointed KKK cap, she got the complete opposite.

The country singer secretly won this silent fight against her despite the subsequent slam piece on Slate that followed. Rather than looking like a racist, she proved to be just the opposite in the closing act when Dolly brought both sides together in a way that racist rioters can’t, by saying “We’re all Americans.”

This simple, yet profound three-word sentiment followed by Dolly’s song “Color Me America,” written after the terrorist attack on September 11, was beyond what Harris could handle. She wanted a racist brigade and got a history lesson with a healthy side of patriotism, which she concluded was all “too American.”

If her point was to prove how un-American BLM and Antifa are as well as their intentions, then Harris did just that. She brought racism to light, alright, her own and the groups she represents who are rioting around the country right now. Their cause has never been about unity, in fact, they want just the opposite.

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Racist Protesting Player Just Got Blindsided With BRUTAL Karma Refs PISSED OFF After What He Did

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One of the overpaid NFL players from the Raiders made a huge mistake in “Thursday Night Football” when his team battled the Kansas City Chiefs. During a play that saw one of his players take a hit and a melee break out, Marshawn Lynch ran on the field and got involved in a scuffle with a referee. Running on the field, when you’re not supposed to, is a huge problem and this overpaid athelte ran out and pushed a referee. Now he’s facing fines and possible suspensions that will cost him almost more than $100,000, which is more than what some people earn in two years. No one feels bad about that, right?

Kevin Seifert from NFL Nation reported on ESPN’s website that “Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch could be looking at a loss of more than $100,000 for that ridiculous display. First, Lynch is subject to a minimum fine of $30,387 for making contact with an official during that melee. That he came off the bench to join the fight makes him a candidate to be suspended, as well. That would cost him a game check of $79,411.”

Marshawn Lynch gets paid $79,411 per game, which is $79,411 more than this disrespectful football player deserves. Marshawn Lynch is constantly protesting the flag, embarrassing his team, and he’s not even a good player anymore. His stats for the year are horrible. He should’ve stayed retired and went about his business, but he wanted to come back and ruin a team with a paltry stat line that even Colin Kaepernick could muster up.

To watch a grown man push a referee like that is abominable. The referees are off limits. If there’s one person you don’t hit during a sports fight, then it’s always the referee. You always respect the referee and keep your hands off them no matter what. They’re underpaid and dealing with grown up crybabies, so have some respect.

Watch the video of Marshawn Lynch running onto the field, from the sideline, getting into it with a referee, and giving the ref a shove.

What did he think this was, a protest? If Marshawn Lynch wants to push some uncivilized Nazis around at a KKK meeting, then be my guest (that would be awesome) – but don’t ever touch the referee because that is straight up disrespectful thuggish behavior. And now comes the consequence of Lynch’s disgusting behavior.

There are unwritten rules to live by. One of them is to not beat up the person trying to break up the fight. That’s a code of the streets. The only people who break those codes, no matter what color they might be, are simply uncivilized.

To watch Marshawn Lynch run on the field like there’s going to be a bench-clearing brawl was embarrassing. Does he think his teammates can’t handle themselves? There’s 11 of them on the field already and they’ve got it under control. But there goes almost $100k just to make himself into a viral video. This was a step below his lame duck “Everybody vs Trump shirt,” and about equal to his sad protests of the American Flag in which he exhibits a racist mentality.

Rodney King asked if we could all get along. We were getting along fine whenever we took our hats off and stood for the National Anthem together during football games. Fans and players who hate each other would put their rivalry aside for the few moments it took to sing the National Anthem and then they would rip each other’s heads off as soon as the song was over. You could play the anthem in the middle of a football game fist fight and the people would respect the flag and then beat the snot out of each other.

But then people started throwing up black power fists and taking a knee for the flag. Looks like Marshawn Lynch better get on both knees and beg that he’s not suspended if he wants to keep his money. If he’s suspended, then I guess he can hang out sitting down or on both knees during the games he could miss.

From the looks of this picture, it seems like the Raiders staff is trying to hide Lynch and his protest. IJR reported that “Lynch has become one of the most visible faces in the controversial national anthem protest movement in the NFL. At one point, Raiders staff actually tried to hide Lynch’s sit-down protest from the cameras.”

Hollywood and football are suffering through some hard times with low ratings. It’s hard to believe they haven’t learned their lesson yet. People don’t want any politics mixed in with their entertainment. They are not politicians. They are not voices of and for the public. They are entertainers and they should stick to their job and stay in their lane.

I do my job, so why can’t they do theirs?

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