One Hero Emerges from Pittsburgh Steelers on Game Day [VIDEO]
A tale of two Steelers: Mike Tomlin is an ethnocentric black racist. Alejandro Villanueva is an American hero.
Check out what Tomlin says of his team staying in the locker room for the national anthem.
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Mike Tomlin may be a good coach, but he’s a joke as a citizen of America.
Tomlin is the typical black who feels the need to go along to get along. He tests the water to make sure he’s made the right decision, and failed. His and the NFL’s support of Kaepernick has but one outcome.
Tomlin is quizzed by a reporter on what his team, the Steelers would do for the anthem.
Reporter: The headlines have been challenging for the NFL over the past 48 hours, with some remarks coming from President Trump, you saw what happened in London with the first game being played. How have you handled what with this going into this game?
Tomlin: You know these are very divisive times for our country, and uh, you know for us, uh as a football team it’s about us remaining solid. Uh, we’re not gonna be divided by, by anything said by anyone. And uh, that’s the thing I posted to our guys. I said, if you feel the need to do anything um, I’m gonna be supportive of that. As Americans you have that right. But whatever we do, we’re gonna do 100% we gone do it together. We’re not gonna let divisive times or divisive individuals affect our agenda. Uh, this collection of men, we’re chasing something here in 2017. And we’re not gonna play politics. We’re football players, we’re football coaches. Uh, we’re not participating in the anthem today, not to be disrespectful to the anthem. To remove ourselves from the circumstance. People shouldn’t have to choose. If a guy wants to go about his normal business and participate in the anthem, he shouldn’t be forced to choose sides. If a guy feels the need to do something, he shouldn’t be separated from his teammate who chooses not to. Uh, so we’re not participating today. That’s our decision, we’re gonna be 100%. We came here to play a football game; uh, that’s our intentions. And uh, we’re gonna play and play to win.
Reporter: To be clear, that means your team won’t be on the field.
Tomlin: We will not be on the field.
So, Tomlin kept his entire football team in the locker room. However, one true American on that team broke the 100% Tomlin discussed.
Meet Alejandra Villanueva.
The entire Pittsburgh Steelers team remained in the locker room during the national anthem, with the exception of one player: Army veteran Alejandro Villanueva, who plays offensive tackle for the Steelers. For some people of character, country over team is an easy choice. Particularly when the team’s choice is built on bullsh*t.
Screw any team that allowed it’s players to do what the Steelers did. And screw the NFL, an organization that will be Not For Long in a few years.