NFL ‘suffering negative effects’ from anthem protests, says Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones as Law Professor Allan Dershowitz Urges Owner Crackdown


Jerry Jones is the only NFL owner who has spoken out forcefully against the “Take a knee” protests by black players and white cucks during the American National Anthem.

The Gurardian

The Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who this month said he would bench any of his players who “disrespect the flag” during the national anthem, says that the protest movement is damaging the NFL.

This season dozens of NFL players have knelt during the anthem to highlight racial injustice in the United States. The movement has split the nation, with many perceiving it as disrespectful to military veterans. The NFL’s television ratings are also down, although it is not clear whether this is directly linked to the protests, as TV sports audiences have fallen across America.


“There is no question the league is suffering negative effects from these protests,” Jones said on Sunday.

Jones’s Cowboys are valued at around $5bn, and he said he had heard from concerned sponsors. “Our ability to be substantive is based on having a strong NFL, a league that people are really interested in and want to watch and want to watch the games,” Jones said. “At all times, if I am anything, I am first and foremost a proponent of making the NFL strong. Making us have as many people watching the game as we can and watching in light of what we are doing and that’s playing football. If all this makes you stronger to represent messages, let’s don’t do it in a way that tears down the strength of the NFL.”

Deadline offers a look at what players on each team are doing.

It’s a lack of will and leadership that has allowed black millionaires to condemn the country that gave them so much opportunity.

Harvard Law Professor (((Alan Dershowitz))) explains that legally the owners have the right to stop the unpopular protests.

The Hill

“If you want to protest racism, then protest racism. But don’t protest the American flag, the national anthem, and the United States of America,” Dershowitz told radio host John Catsimatidis on AM 970 in New York.

“The players are entitled to kneel if the owners allow them to. But the owners could say no,” he added.

Dershowitz said the players’ rights to free speech and petition are not protected under the First Amendment in relation to their team franchise, a private entity, noting that the rights only stand in relation to the government.

Dershowitz said it was completely up to the teams how they wanted to handle the protests, noting the unpopularity of the protests across the American public.

The NFL should listen to Dershowitz.

12 thoughts on “NFL ‘suffering negative effects’ from anthem protests, says Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones as Law Professor Allan Dershowitz Urges Owner Crackdown

  1. Maybe Kapershit could get a job at McNigguhs.
    His black privileged background will allow him to shoot straight to kneeling down to wipe the floors with that mop on his haid.

  2. Dershowitz is a piece of shit and most likely friends with many of the owners. I think that’s why he’s siding with the owners. He hates Whites.

  3. FU Jerry Jones and Dershowitz. Ain’t Jones the guy that “took a knee” with his “cowboys”? And sponsors only care about 1 thing, and that’s green. Jones too. His only concern is $$$. He’s smart enough to see it now. He doesn’t care about anything but profit. Those “playas” could slap White America in their face and Jones doesn’t care as long as it doesn’t affect his end-game,….which is profit. NFL BE STRONG!! What a joke. I hope football crashes. Any Whites still watching are suckers.

  4. Half of NFL teams are owned by jews (less than 2% of our population). How did that happen? NFL is dying? Good riddance.

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