Jerry Jones and his Overpriced Slaves

Jerry Jones and his Overpriced Slaves

The price of slavery has gone up. And it’s all because of Jerry Jones.

Yet another black TV host reveals himself to be an ethnocentric racist at heart.

Michael Wilbon had the nerve to compare Jerry Jones to a slave owner. While discussing Jones’ two-sided tribute a few Mondays ago when Jones allowed his team to kneel and stand, Wilbon showed approval for the move. However, after Jones said he would bench any player who didn’t stand for the anthem, Wilbon made it clear that Jones crossed the line from business owner to slave owner.

According to Mediate,

ESPN’s Michael Wilbon compared Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to a slave owning plantation master on the long-running program Pardon the Interruption.

“And the word that comes to my mind―and I don’t care who doesn’t like me using it―is plantation,” Mr. Wilbon said on Monday’s show. “The players are here to serve me, and they will do what I want. No matter how much I pay them, they are not equal to me. That’s what this says to me and mine.”

Sign me up to work on that plantation, Bruh!

I recall when Jesse Jackson implied that the then $7 million a year player was being treated like a slave.

It didn’t take long for LeBron James to realize that he was a victim. Asked recently why his popularity (Q-Score) had him dropping from one of the most popular sports figures to only sixth from the bottom, Lebron had this to say to CNN:

“I think so at times. It’s always, you know, a race factor,” said James.

If you’re imagining how one of America’s young, black multi-millionaires manages to think of himself as a victim, you only need to look at his influences.

Jesse Jackson reminded us that America’s potential next black billionaire sports figure is not immune to America’s racist policies. Jackson said of a statement made by Cleveland Cavaliers’ owner Dan Gilbert that Gilbert’s,

“feelings of betrayal personify a slave master mentality.”

Gilbert’s crime was describing LeBron as “narcissistic” and displaying “cowardly behavior,” when LeBron very ceremoniously dissed the city of Cleveland. I don’t know if I agree with Gilbert that LeBron displayed cowardly behavior; however there is little doubt that LeBron is a narcissist.

Whether it’s Jemele Hill, Michael Wilbon, or Jesse Jackson all black Leftists have when discussing any issue is their “plantation mentality”.

The notion that employees don’t have to follow rules is silly. For the record, Jerry Jones didn’t single out black players on kneeling, he said this of ALL players. This includes any dumb ass white boys who want to pretend to care about so-called issues plaguing the black community.

Does Wilbon not have rules to follow at ESPN?

As for Jemele Hill, she broke the rules, and was given a 2-week suspension. What did race-pimps do? They protested. Because apparently, work rules don’t apply to blacks? Since when.

The only time work rules don’t apply to you is when you own the business. Then they apply ten-fold. If you’re a smart business-owner, you don’t need a clock, as you show up early and leave late. You don’t worry about vacation or time off or breaks.

A good business owner knows all aspects of his business, and is prepared to do all jobs. There is no kneeling or social justice warrioring, just work.

With President Trump in office, America is getting a real glimpse of the nonsense of the Left. They are impossible to please, and will never relinquish the race card.



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