Screw the NFL: BLMFL

Screw the NFL, or the BLMFL. The organization has succumbed to social engineering and is now run by pansies.

This sport used to take young black boys and turn them into men. Now they take young black thugs, and enabling their nonsense.

And then there were three. Yes, Colin Kaepernick’s new Civil Rights 2.0 Sports Edition now has a membership of three BLMFL players.

Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall became the latest athlete to kneel during the playing of our National Anthem. Marshall did so before his team’s game against the Carolina Panthers on Thursday.
Marshall wasn’t even original about it. He mimicked bench-warming 49ers baby Colin Kaepernick, as Marshall knelt on the sideline before the anthem began. None of his teammates joined him.
Marshall said to,
“The message is I’m against social injustice…I’m not against the military or police or America at all. I’m against social injustice and I feel like this was the right thing to do.”
Sure he is. Marshall can’t stomach the social injustices happening in black neighborhood by cops. However he has never knelt for the social injustices black commit on one another in alarming, disgusting numbers?

So Marshall joins Kaepernick, and Kaepernicks’s teammate Eric Reid in solidarity. You know Kaepernick, BLM and other Leftists thought this protest would grow legs. It’s as popular as an 80-year old prostitute.

While I’m proud of the other players for ignoring the antics of these pansies, I’m disappointed that few speak out against them. Yes, it’s their 1st Amendment right to speak out. And it’s their teammates’ rights to speak out against them. You surround yourself with people willing to speak truth to you.
As for the NFL, they should level-set. You want to play for us, you will honor the flag. They’ve certainly milked veterans and police officers enough in their marketing.
The NFL is the BLMFL. Or they are whatever the next Leftist cause is. For this, the league will suffer.


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