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WATCH! Obama Makes Fun of Jesus and Calls Bible “Radical” Attacks Christianity Again!

I just have one question… if Obama were indeed a Muslim, would he be doing anything differently?

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In 2006, Obama gave a now infamous speech where he made fun of Jesus and called the Bible radical. It was one of the most despicable speeches I have ever heard. This is the one where he said we are no longer a Christian nation. He cherry picked passages from the Bible to make it look bad and to mock it. And that was far from his last time disparaging the Word of God.

From BuzzPo:

In case you were wondering if the President claims to be a Christian solely for political reasons, the answer is yes and this vintage footage from 2006 will serve as proof. Obama bashes the Bible again … and again … and again in this clip from a speech he gave in Washington, D.C.

He then concluded that religious leaders should not speak out against publicly-funded contraception or gay marriage.

Obama has spent his entire adult life studying and attending churches that promote radical Liberation Theology. It is a form of Marxism that wraps itself in a bastardized veil of Christianity. In my viewpoint, it is not Christian at all. It is full of racism and hate. And it has strong ties to Islam. This is a man who believes in abortion and in big government ruling over all of us. You never see him go to church and you certainly never get the sense that he is a man of God. No real Christian would ever make fun of Jesus Christ’s Sermon on the Mount.

Again in 2015, at the National Prayer Breakfast, Obama once again went after Christians. He informed his audience that Christians should not get on their “high horse” about the problem of radical Islam:

Unless we get on our high horse and think that this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ. In our home country, slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ. So it is not unique to one group or one religion. There is a tendency in us, a simple tendency that can pervert and distort our faith.

Obama has berated Christianity the whole time he has been in office. He’s also praised Islam at every turn, while bringing in unvetted Islamic refugees that surely have terrorists in their midst. He grovels before all Islamic nations and leaders as well. I just have one question… if Obama were indeed a Muslim, would he be doing anything differently?

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Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot's Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.

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As Military Hero Sang The National Anthem Fans Immediately Watched The Disgusting Display On The Giants Sideline

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As the boycott of the National Football League picks up steam, the spotlight on the players who are protesting the National Anthem keeps getting brighter. Even though their protest is on the verge of bankrupting the NFL, the league has decided that it won’t put a stop to their disrespect, that this is the one area where the players will have free reign.

Despite what is being said by the players (that the protest is meant as no disrespect toward the military or those who have served in the past) it’s hard not to see this as a slap in the face to everything patriotic. The entire premise of the protest is to draw attention to what they’re calling a broken system. They’re saying that the country is, as a whole, racist and that police are targeting the black community.

Since most of their former fans don’t agree, or at least don’t appreciate the protest, everyone at the NFL’s jobs hangs in the balance. What the NFL needs right now is some good press, but with players like New York Giants Olivier Vernon around, they’re not about to get it. Vernon, like many other players, insists that he means no disrespect to the military, but his actions at a game on Thanksgiving would say otherwise. The defensive end knelt while the anthem was being sung by a military hero just before the Giants game against the Washington Redskins, and people aren’t happy about it.

Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon kneels during the

This shouldn’t come as any great surprise though since Vernon recently told Newsday that he planned to keep kneeling until he feels that his cause has been made right. No word on what that will look like, or it’s ETA, but until then, Vernon will be kneeling:

“Vernon is the only Giants player who continues to protest during the national anthem, and he plans to do so for the foreseeable future.

Still hoping to raise awareness about social injustice and racial inequality in America, the defensive end will not relent in the face of criticism that continues to come his way from fans who believe he is disrespecting the military by not standing for the anthem.

‘What it would take for me to stand is if people can understand what the whole message is behind it,’ Vernon told Newsday. ‘That would actually help a whole lot, but everybody doesn’t see things that way and tries to distort what the message was from the beginning, which is basically social injustice on African-Americans and police brutality.’

Vernon understands that not everyone respects his decision to take a knee, but he remains convinced that the best way to draw attention to the issues he’s most concerned about is to continue his form of protest.

Would there ever come a time that he would stand for the anthem?

‘Unless we can work something out and find the solution and try to address what the real issue is,’ he said, ‘I’ll continue to take a knee. I really don’t care what people outside have to say. I just believe in what’s right and what’s wrong, and I’m going to show support for what I believe in.’ Vernon said he continues to be criticized for not standing but that he tries to ignore most of it.

‘I get [criticism] all the time,’ he said. ‘If it was anything that actually bothered me, I would care. There’s stuff that some people say that comes out of their mouth that is just ignorant and uneducated, so I just keep it moving and I don’t really address anything anybody has to say. If they can’t come at me on something intellectual, then I don’t have a response for you.’

He also isn’t concerned by the recent television ratings decline, at least some of which has been attributed to fans being turned off by the anthem protests.

‘At the end of the day, there’s a First Amendment right as an American citizen,’ Vernon said. ‘You have a right to protest peacefully. Protests aren’t supposed to be comfortable. Some people aren’t going to understand.’”

At the end of the day, he shows up for work and puts on a uniform just like millions of other people. And just like the rest of us, he has to do what his boss says, or he’ll lose his job. If his boss says that it’s ok to kneel on the job, then he can do it, but if his boss says he has to stand while working, then he’d better stand. And if that company goes out of business because it’s employees have made themselves so unpleasant, and the owner refused to ask them to stop being unpleasant or fire them when they didn’t, then both he, and the owner will be out of work.

None of that has anything to do with the constitution; it has to do with how a free market works in a free country, like the one we live in, and the one that our military veterans have fought and died for. Call me old-fashioned, but I think that deserves enough respect to stand for a few moments, once per game

[H/T: Newsday]

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TRUMP IS ON FIRE! Taunts NFL Commissioner With Epic Statement About His National Felon League

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And this is why we all love President Donald J. Trump.

Because the NFL and its ingrate ball tossing illiterate players have effectively managed to put an end the most popular spectator sport in America, Thanksgiving Day did not feature the best football anymore. But that doesn’t mean there weren’t any NFL fireworks courtesy of President Donald Trump.

President Trump retweeted an article shared by Dan Scavino Jr. about the NFL’s poor ratings, pinning them on the Giants’ Olivier Vernon taking a knee as a serviceman sang the anthem this Thanksgiving day.

But as usual, Trump didn’t just stop there, he also incorporated the now infamous statement from the Texans owner Bob McNair’s about the “inmates running the asylum’. But he rephrased it a bit and wrote “players are the boss!” at the NFL.

The ignoramus that is the ball tossing Vernon has, of course, been kneeling since Week 3 so this protest isn’t necessarily news. But the lack of support for Thanksgiving games does prove the American public as a whole are sick and tired of the politicization being done by people who get paid on average 2.1 million dollars a year to toss around a ball. That’s more money than most of us will see in our entire lifetimes.

Although the NFL and left-wing media outlets like ESPN are set on trying to convince us that since there are so many games per week people are suffering from “NFL Fatigue,” yeah right!

Via Fox News:

I’m from Green Bay; my high school colors were green & gold and I am part owner of the Green Bay Packers from when they sold stock after the 1997 Super Bowl victory. So, it took quite a bit to get me to boycott the NFL, but they managed it. Until the owners require their players to stand for the national anthem, or sit for the game, I won’t watch a minute, and I’m not alone.

Since Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the anthem in a misguided protest against police violence, the NFL has been hemorrhaging fans. Both TV viewership and attendance at stadiums are well down and once people find other ways to spend their Sundays, they may not come back.

Let there be no doubt, the NFL is a business and the owners of those billion dollar plus franchises have a problem. A bunch of their players want to play social justice games, but their core audience, the folks who pay the bills, just want them to play football. And we really don’t like the disrespect shown to the anthem, the flag and those who fought for our country including those who came home in coffins with that flag draped over them.

This Veterans Day weekend there was quite a duality. The NFL went whole hog saluting the military and trying to mend fences. Historically the league, and most of the players, have been very supportive of the military. Part of that was the tens of millions of tax dollars the military paid them to put on displays with the flag and flyovers for the recruiting value, but there was also a genuine bond for the most part.

But at the same time there was a push to boycott the NFL. I did my part on social media:

Like many others, seeing a bunch of pampered millionaires stealing the moment when we should all come together in thanks for the freedoms we enjoy, and yes for those who safeguard them, well that just flat pisses me off.

They say the protests are not against the anthem or the flag or the military for that matter. But that is garbage because the effect is to disrespect all of those things so they can virtue signal their solidarity with the radical left. They could do their social justice pandering whenever they want, and they made a conscious choice.  By choosing to put the spotlight on themselves instead of the symbols of what makes this country great.

That just doesn’t sit well with those of us who served, or have family who did or who just want to enjoy a football game without politics. We get plenty of bitter arguments and displays of partisanship all day every day. Football was a time to forget all that and just remember how much the Bears still suck. They took that and even worse did so with divisive anti-police grievance mongering to a crowd with a heavy component of Blue Lives Matters sentiment.

We will see if the NFL charm offensive worked, although the pictures of half empty stadiums should sure give the owners cause to worry. It’s pretty simple to fix, tell the players to stand up for America or the rest of us may sit out…permanently.

Watch the latest video at <a href=”http://video.foxnews.com”>video.foxnews.com</a>

The bottom line here is that no matter what narrative the left wing media tries to spin this on, people as a whole side with President Trump on this issue. If this was indeed NFL fatigue then NFL stadiums wouldn’t be half, or more, empty while college football stadiums are practically full and have not suffered any decline in viewership or attendance whatsoever. Americans still love football, it’s the NFL they refuse to watch!

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Jerry Jones Just Delivered The Final Blow To NFL Commissioner and Pissed Off Every Anti-American Player!

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The National Football League, led by Commissioner Rodger Goodell has spent this season on the express train to bankruptcy. Because of the National Anthem protest, let by the players, the former fans of the league have decided to boycott, which has led to massive losses for the league. The most recent estimations guess that the league has lost about $500 million in TV advertising dollars alone, not counting ticket sales, merchandising losses and the potential of an additional billion dollars lost in tax subsidies.

All of which could have been reversed if the league were willing to just tell their players to stand for the National Anthem. It’s a move that the NBA made months ago, with great success, and it’s a move that already had the groundwork in the league bylaws. However, the since they refused to require even the slightest respect out of their players, the fans (including the President) have washed their hands of the game.

The steep decline is coming to a halt as rock bottom approaches and the President along with Cowboy’s owner Jerry Jones are leading the charge. Jones was quick to say that his team wouldn’t be participating in disrespecting the anthem and has been working to fix the problem with the league by making it what people want again. President Trump also wants to see those who disrespect America punished, and together they are bringing the heat to the NFL and Commissioner Goodell. USA Today reports that the President’s most recent tweets might be causing a pretty big stir:

 

“President Donald Trump has been preoccupied with the sports world this week, and he started Friday morning with tweets about the NFL and Tiger Woods.

Trump criticized the NFL for the third time this week — Friday’s tweet took aim at the players and commissioner Roger Goodell. Trump wrote that Goodell has lost control and added that “players are the boss.”

‘Can you believe that the disrespect for our Country, our Flag, our Anthem continues without penalty to the players. The Commissioner has lost control of the hemorrhaging league. Players are the boss!'”

It’s not the President’s job to keep the league financially stable, however, as a businessman, it would be difficult for him to look at this poorly run business and not see how they could improve. It his, however, his job to keep America in the best position possible, and it wouldn’t look good at all to the outside world if the President were patting people on the back who persistently insult their own country. We had 8 years of that, and it’s what American voted against last November.

“On Wednesday morning, Trump blasted the NFL after reports that the league would consider keeping teams in the locker room during the national anthem next season. He also attacked LaVar Ball, calling him an “ungrateful fool” after Ball failed to credit Trump’s efforts in the release of three UCLA basketball players after a shoplifting incident in China. Ball’s son, LiAngelo, was among the players who had been detained.

Early Monday, Trump tweeted that Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch should be suspended after Lynch sat during the anthem on Sunday.”

Since the league is a business of its own, it’s allowed to do whatever it wishes, and the customers are allowed to take their business elsewhere. But since so many have chosen to do that, the teams are also losing huge amounts of money. When it comes to teams like the Cowboys, owned by Jerry Jones, they haven’t been spared the loss even though they have banned kneeling.

According to Fox News Insider, Jones appreciates all the help that President Trump is trying to be to the league, and he also plans to do something about the problem with Commissioner Goodell and his instance on crippling the league:

“The owner of the Dallas Cowboys said he ‘appreciates’ President Trump’s weighing in on the national anthem protests by National Football League players.

‘I certainly think that the thing he is addressing is certainly a part of how we want to make our game better,’ Jerry Jones told CNN on Wednesday.

‘There’s no question because of our visibility, our substantiveness, that we are looked to for social responsibility as well. This is all part of what I’ve been talking about with the commissioner, and certainly I appreciate not only the president, but I want everybody to be a fan of the Dallas Cowboys,’ Jones said.

Jones originally knelt with his team for the national anthem, but since then has stated players will be benched for doing so.

NFL players have taken various other poses besides standing as a statement against racial injustice in America. However, veterans and others have taken offense at what they see as a snub to the American flag.”

In other words; the NFL is never going to get its reputation back as long as we keep losing fans, and they’re not going to stop losing fans until they start being more respectful. It would be great if the respect that they should show to the anthem and flag came from a sense of loyalty, but if it has to come from the loss of money, that will work too.

It looks like the NFL might be on it’s way out for good, and not a moment too soon.

[H/T: USA Today, Fox News Insider]

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