Black ‘Take a Knee’ Athlete Arrested for GUN CHARGES
Looks like this Lefty is headed for destruction.
I wrote recently of the only MLB player to take a knee:
Many of the players in baseball come from impoverished countries. They know what it means to escape poverty and to live in the United States. Latinos make up almost three times the blacks in baseball, and whites remain the largest ethnicity. Given the two latter statistics, blacks will find little solace from their teammates, particularly the Latinos.
So the notion that both teams will stand during the anthem should surprise no one. In the entire year of NFL kneeling controversy only one player took a knee all season in the MLB. That player was Oakland A’s Bruce Maxwell.
Maxwell finds himself alone on an island. And I suspect no ship will sail close enough to help him. The fact is nobody joined him all season. And despite being a “first”, he gained no notoriety from the childish act.
And Maxwell’s island just got smaller.
As Fox News reported:
Bruce Maxwell, the only Major League Baseball player to kneel during the national anthem this season, has been arrested on a gun charge.
The Oakland Athletics catcher allegedly pointed a gun at a female food delivery person in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Scottsdale police said officers went to Maxwell’s home Saturday night after getting a call about a person with a gun. Maxwell was booked on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct.
You can bet the “female delivery person” was white.
Ironically, Maxwell appears to be more white than black. I’d certainly like to get his DNA profile to see just how much oppression this young man experiences. From all accounts, Maxwell’s oppression seems mostly self-inflicted.
Last week, Maxwell claimed during a visit to his hometown of Huntsville, Ala., that he was refused service at a restaurant because of his protest. But a waiter told Fox News that Maxwell was “outright lying,” about what happened.
“I didn’t even know who Bruce Maxwell was,” waiter Matt Henry said.
The A’s projected the 26-year-old to be their starting catcher next year. However, I suspect the team may be rethinking its position on that.
Details surrounding the firearm are unavailable at this time. It appears that Maxwell, like most of the social justice warriors is looking for trouble, since none really exists in his life.