NBA coach Steve Kerr says Americans’ right to own guns is morally equivalent to China’s organ harvesting from tortured political prisoners

Monday, November 18, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Sunday, November 17, 2019

If you’ve been keeping up with the latest American pop culture “outrage,” you probably heard something about an NBA owner, a tweet, democracy protesters in Hong Kong, and Chinese anger.

To summarize, none of that is what rational people would call a catastrophe. But people who live sheltered, pampered lives — NBA players, coaches, and executives come to mind, considering the billions of dollars the league is worth — consider it a very big deal because it could be a threat to their…pampered livelihoods.

As reported by CNBC, Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey was deluged with anger and criticism after he tweeted support for Hong Kong democracy protesters. For the uninitiated, Hong Kong is a semi-autonomous major city in China; China is a Communist country; Communists hate freedom and they certainly have no use for democracy.

But the NBA is huge in China — worth more than $1.5 billion per year, in fact — so Morey was forced to bend to the outrage mob and delete his tweet. So much for free speech and expression; to the NBA outrage legions, Chinese Communism is much more important to preserve than the First Amendment to our Constitution.

It gets worse. And crazier.

As reported by The Gateway Pundit, earlier this week Steve Kerr, head coach of the NBA’s Golden State Warriors and a guy who has little-to-no use for President Trump, refused to condemn the ChiComs for their abysmal human rights record which, by the way, includes harvesting organs from politically persecuted Chinese citizens.

What in the world is an American citizen doing sticking up for Communist authoritarianism? Three words: Money, money, money.

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson wasn’t having it. He bracketed Kerr with truth bombs on his program Thursday.

America’s human rights record is worse because we allow people to have guns?

“Steve Kerr is a phony. He’s brave when crowds applaud, but when money is at stake he shuts up and obeys like the cowardly little corporate stooge that he is,” Carlson said. “It’s hard to imagine how a man like that can look himself in the mirror at night. And yet he’s not alone. Hardly. There are countless Steve Kerrs in corporate America all of them happy to sell out their country and lick the boots of their Chinese masters for pay.”

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