Kansas City Chiefs fans booed the reigning Super Bowl champions and the Houston Texans as the two teams lined up for a BLM “moment of unity” ahead of Thursday’s NFL season-opener at Arrowhead Stadium.
Now that the NFL has given into the BLM terrorists, you can expect every game to contain preachy messages of black nationalism, and continued disrespect to the American flag and our National Anthem. Multiple players on the Chiefs took a knee, and they entire Texans team stayed in the locker room. Did you ever think you would see the day when it would be considered a hate crime to love America and salute our flag? That day has arrived, and it had the NFL fans booing last night in the season opener. But booing is not enough.
“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16 (KJB)
My whole life I have stood against racism, anti-semitism and against hatred of all kinds, many of my heros have been black. I became a Steelers fan as a kid in the early 1970’s watching the thrilling antics of Lynn Swann, not really considering the color only the talent. One of the things that led me to the Lord for salvation was the constant John 3:16 signs you used to see in the football end zones everything someone scored. Those signs pointed me to that passage in the King James Bible and I bowed my knee and received Jesus Christ as Saviour.
But now here in 2020 thirty years later, the NFL wouldn’t dare feature John 3:16 signs like they did in the ’70’s, that would be considered hate speech now telling people who were lost they were headed to Hell without Jesus Christ. Not only that, standing for the American flag is rapidly becoming a hate crime as well. I don’t know about you, but I refuse to watch one, single NFL football game that I am helping to support with my patronage that features hated-filled, rich, anti-American black football players telling me I’m a racist because I’m white and I love America. It is time to turn the NFL off, and make those rich, entitled, privileged, millionaire football players go out and get a real job. Game time is over.
One more thing, it’s a lovely song but ‘Lift Every Voice And Sing’ is not the ‘black national anthem’ because there is no such thing as a ‘black nation’ in America, or a white nation for that matter. To promote this idea of an ‘alternative national anthem’ is nothing more than an attempt to destroy this county. We are one country, America, and one people, Americans, anything else is anarchy and tyranny. Black lives matter, absolutely, but the Black Lives Matter Movement is nothing more than black nationalism to overthrown this country. #BoycottNFL
Chiefs fans boo NFL players ‘show of unity’
FROM MSN: Scattered booing could be clearly heard coming from sections of the reduced-capacity 17,000 crowd allowed into the game as players from both the Chiefs and Texans linked arms for the pre-game gesture near halfway.
Before the ritual, both teams had taken contrasting approaches to the playing of the US national anthem and a rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” a song regarded as the black national anthem. Texans players remained in their locker room for both anthems while the Chiefs players stood on the field.
One Chiefs player, defensive end Alex Okafor, dropped to one knee during the playing of the US national anthem.
Taking a knee during the US national anthem was a protest gesture started by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in 2016. Kaepernick was widely vilified for his protests against racial injustice and police brutality, and has effectively been shut out of the NFL since being released by the 49ers in 2017.
The NFL initially opposed Kaepernick’s protests, with league commissioner Roger Goodell saying players should stand for the US anthem.
However after months of protests across the United States following the death of George Floyd during his arrest by police in Minneapolis in May, the NFL relaxed its rules and said protests would be allowed. Goodell has said he now regrets the league’s failure to support Kaepernick and admits that the quarterback’s protests had been mischaracterised as unpatriotic.
In June, Goodell issued a statement saying the league had been wrong and saying the NFL believed “black lives matter”. Goodell’s statement followed calls for an apology led by Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and other players.
This season the NFL has launched a number of initiatives to demonstrate its support for activists campaigning against racial injustice. End zones across the league will bear the words “End Racism” and “It Takes All of Us”, while players will be allowed to wear helmet stickers featuring the names of victims of racism. READ MORE
Chiefs Fans Boo NFL Season Opener
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