The NFL Hates America: 9 Pieces of Proof

Monday, September 25, 2017
By Paul Martin

by JOHN NOLTE
BreitBart.com
25 Sep 2017

Contrary to what dishonest leftists, the media, and the NFL want you to believe, when you are at work, no one, including a bunch of crybaby football players, has the right to express themselves. (I thought about adding Terry Bradshaw to that list, but he might just be dumb.)

For a number of very good reasons, employers have a wide variety of rights when it comes to controlling the behavior of their employees. Almost all of us work for employers who, at least while we are on the clock, control what we say, what we do not say, how we dress, how we present ourselves, and how we can (or cannot) express ourselves — not just politically, but in every way.

In some cases, employers also control what we do outside of work. Many companies forbid their workers from badmouthing the company during non-work hours. Moreover, if I were to expose myself as a racist and join the KKK or tweet out racist jokes, Breitbart News would have every right to fire me (and would).

So this particular talking point we are hearing in defense of spoiled millionaires, who only work 16 days a year, but who still feel they must spit on the American flag and anthem, this nonsense about how in America, you have the right to express yourself at work, is nothing less than a massive pile of crap — a total and complete lie in defense of the indefensible.

The purpose of that massive lie, though, is to cover up the fact that the NFL hates America. Because what the NFL does not want you to talk about is this…

How an employer allows its employees to express themselves exposes the moral values of that employer.

For instance, I once worked for a company where, depending on which office you were in, you would find either an American flag, a gay pride flag, a poster of Cindy Crawford in a bikini, a shirtless firemen calendar, a Goodfellas poster, or a framed picture of Jesus. (I will let you guess which one was mine.)

What that wonderful menagerie of self-expression told you is that my employer allowed everyone to express themselves in their own unique way.

Another employer I worked for allowed only a couple of family photos. Nothing else. No flags, cartoons, nothing…

What this told you is that my employer wanted self-expression left at home.

In both of those cases, the policy regarding self-expression was completely defensible.

The NFL’s policy of self-expression is not only indefensible, what we have here is an employer, a taxpayer-funded institution, a billion dollar corporation, that has just proven that it despises America.

How do we know this?

Simple. All you have to do is look at the NFL’s policy regarding self-expression.

Here are nine pieces of proof that prove the NFL hates the United States of America…

NFL Threatens Fines Against Players Who Wanted to Commemorate 9/11
In September 2016, three NFL players planned to wear cleats in honor of the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on America. The NFL put a stop to it with threats of fines.

The Rest…HERE

One Response to “The NFL Hates America: 9 Pieces of Proof”

  1. Strayhorse

    Maybe there are too pro-sports owners who have enjoyed their white privilege too long and those taking a knee are actually telling those owners to kiss their ass? Possibly. Maybe its time for ALL sports fans to show their solidarity for fan bashers and don’t participate; don’t buy; don’t watch and let’s see how long those million dollar players taking a knee last in the real work of the hard working American!

    #3387595

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