With great suddenness, major cultural shifts have engulfed America in 2017. Probably the biggest was the #metoo moral panic that saw women stepping forward to accuse rich and powerful men, predominantly Jews, of sexual misconduct.
Also high on the list of cultural shifts has been the disgust of the white fan base with the highly paid Negro players in the National Football League. President Trump played a leading role in bringing the NFL down. It may not have reached its nadir yet.
Week 14 of the season saw more empty stadiums.
Excerpt from Breitbart
The plague of empty seats which has befallen the National Football League reached biblical proportions this week, as teams continued to find it hard to fill stadiums.
Naturally, a large number of players also continued their anti-American protests during the playing of the national anthem as Week 14 rolled into stadiums everywhere. And as a result, ticket prices are plummeting.
The league is having such a tough time finding fans to fill seats that some tickets are selling for the unheard of price of three dollars a seat, Breitbart Sports reported on Sunday. In many cases tickets are selling for prices lower than the cost of buying a beer or a hot dog in most stadiums!
But even at these near give-away prices, photos of empty stadiums are still chocking social media as the league’s Week 14 begins.
There are lots more photo Tweets of half full stadiums around the country at the Breitbart link.
The kneeling issue is just one of the factors contributing to the decline (and hopefully monetary losses) of the NFL. The sport blacked itself out of its white fan base. If I cared for sports I believe I would turn my attention to hockey, which is still predominantly a white sport.
What President Donald Trump did to help the NFL along in its decline was sheer genius. He turned the “take a knee” protests from blacks claiming racism to blacks disrespecting the military men and women who defend the country. One thing that liberals and conservatives agree on is that the military deserves respect.