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

COLIN KAEPERNICK. STARTED IT ALL. STILL UNEMPLOYED.

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.

JERRY JONES. ONE OF THE FEW GENTILE OWNERS.

“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.

Winning! NFL Yells “Calf Rope”

NFL COMMISSIONER ROGER GOODELL.

When a person is ready to submit or admit defeat, they sometimes will express that by yelling, “Calf rope.” I think it’s an old southern expression. It’s probably not familiar to today’s youth though.

Anyway, the NFL has lost the battle over the National Anthem that was fueled by President Donald Trump.

Here’s what the NFL plans to do.

Business Insider

As the debate rages over protests during the national anthem before NFL games, Commissioner Roger Goodell now says the league has a plan to end the protests and unify the league.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter has obtained a letter sent to all 30 teams in which Goodell says the league needs to “move past this controversy” but also hints at a plan to address the concerns being raised by players and help give them a bigger voice in addressing social issues outside the NFL.

“The controversy over the Anthem is a barrier to having honest conversations and making real progress on the underlying issues,” Goodell wrote. “We need to move past this controversy, and we want to do that together with our players.”

Goodell goes on to write that the league has developed a plan it will share with the players during next week’s league meeting.

“Building on many discussions with clubs and players, we have worked to develop a plan that we will review with you at next week’s League meeting,” Goodell said. “This would include such elements as an in-season platform to promote the work of our players on these core issues, and that will help to promote positive change in our country.”

Goodell does emphasize that the NFL, like many fans, believes “everyone should stand for the National Anthem.” Presumably, the plan would also include a new rule requiring players to be on the sideline and standing during the anthems, something the NFL is reportedly “considering.”

Here is the entire letter from Goodell, via Schefter:

“We live in a country that can feel very divided. Sports, and especially the NFL, brings people together and lets them set aside those divisions, at least for a few hours. The current dispute over the National Anthem is threatening to erode the unifying power of our game, and is now dividing us, and our players, from many fans across the country.

“I’m very proud of our players and owners who have done the hard work over the past year to listen, understand and attempt to address the underlying issues within their communities. At our September committee meetings, we heard directly from several players about why these issues are so important to them and how we can support their work. And last week, we met with the leadership of the NFLPA and more players to advance the dialogue.

“Like many of our fans, we believe that everyone should stand for the National Anthem. It is an important moment in our game. We want to honor our flag and our country, and our fans expect that of us. We also care deeply about our players and respect their opinions and concerns about critical social issues. The controversy over the Anthem is a barrier to having honest conversations and making real progress on the underlying issues. We need to move past this controversy, and we want to do that together with our players.

“Building on many discussions with clubs and players, we have worked to develop a plan that we will review with you at next week’s League meeting. This would include such elements as an in-season platform to promote the work of our players on these core issues, and that will help to promote positive change in our country. We want to ensure that any work at the League level is consistent with the work that each club is doing in its own community, and that we dedicate a platform that can enable these initiatives to succeed. Additionally, we will continue the unprecedented dialogue with our players.

“I expect and look forward to a full and open discussion of these issues when we meet next week in New York. Everyone involved in the game needs to come together on a path forward to continue to be a force for good within our communities, protect the game, and preserve our relationship with fans throughout the country. The NFL is at its best when we ourselves are unified. In that spirit, let’s resolve that next week we will meet this challenge in a unified and positive way.”

What you’ve just read is a politician trying to straddle the fence. On the one hand the blacks who make up the majority of players have the ability to go on strike. On the other, the fans have been boycotting the game to a sufficient degree that it’s surely made an impact on the bottom line.

There’s still a lot of negotiating to do. As opponents of the sport, we hope that Roger fails.

Foolish Brainwashed Negro Male FIRED for Sitting During National Anthem

TYLER CHANCELLOR. UNEMPLOYED NOW.

Many blacks follow the old saying, “Monkey see, monkey do.”

They follow the herd.

Thank you Diamond and Silk and all other blacks who are awake enough to not be pushed into misbehaving by the (((powers that be))) and their media propaganda.

The gentleman of color in this story, Tyler Chancellor, foolishly followed the example of the great apes who play for the NFL.

Did Tyler forget that Colin Kaepernick is unemployed this year?

Well, so is Tyler.

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CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WTVC) – A man says he lost his job because of the stance he took at an event that NewsChannel 9 sponsors.

The termination comes during a national conversation about respect for the American flag.

The man who was let go was with 9Round, a kickboxing gym in Chattanooga.

The company says the man was in training to become a coach at its gym. He says he’d only been on the payroll for a little more than a week before the owner told him not to come back.

Tyler Chancellor says he was invited to sit with his coworkers in the VIP section of the Camp Jordan arena Saturday.

Monday, he says his employer fired him because he sat during the national anthem.

“Me being a minority in this society, I chose to stand up for what I believe in — well, not actually stand up, but sit down for what I believe in,” Chancellor said.

Chancellor says Saturday was the first time he’d been present for the playing of the national anthem since the controversy between the NFL and President Donald Trump began.

“I wasn’t the only one sitting down,” he said. “There were other minorities in the stands sitting down.”

He says no one said anything to him that night and he didn’t know anything was wrong until he met with his boss Monday morning.

“She said, ‘Because you sat down, you were a part of a 9Round event, and you sat during the national anthem. We no longer want to continue business with you.’ There was no sugar coating,” he said.

The owner of the facility in East Brainerd told NewsChannel 9 the company backs military and first responders. He considered Chancellor’s actions disrespectful.

A Harvard Law School professor we talked to says the law in Tennessee is written so that employers like 9Round can run their businesses however they want.

“Employers are entitled to fire people, what’s known as ‘at will.’ That is for any reason they have, or for no reason at all,” Mark Tushnet said.

According to the professor, Tennessee isn’t necessarily unique. About half of the country’s states do not ban an employer from terminating someone because of political beliefs.

Chancellor says he found that out after looking into taking legal action. Even though there’s not much he can do, he doesn’t regret his decision to sit.

Hillary: White Women Who Voted Against Her Pressured by Brothers, Fathers

HILLARY SEZ SHE WUZ ROBBED.

So much failure, so many explanations.

Daily Caller

Hillary Clinton has an explanation for why women — white women, in particular — voted against her last November: they caved in to pressure from their husbands, fathers, boyfriends and male bosses.

Clinton made the excuse during an interview with NPR’s Rachel Martin during a promotional tour of her book, “What Happened.”

In the interview, Clinton was asked why, given that she was the first female presidential candidate, she fared worse than expected among female voters.

In typical Clinton fashion, she deflected the blame, suggesting that women who voted against her were somehow manipulated by men in their lives. She also claimed that “sexism” from supporters of Bernie Sanders might have played a part in her poor showing among female voters.

“You yourself in the book acknowledge that a good number of young women didn’t vote for you, which is presumably not a sexist choice. They just weren’t inspired by your message,” NPR’s Martin said to Clinton.

THEY DON’T LOOK BULLIED TO ME.

Antifa Flyer Cites Plan to “Purge” White Children from the Planet

Jeff Sessions is reportedly investigating White Nationalists. We must pressure everyone to investigate the Antifa too.

There’s a psy op here. The “Heebs” actually control the Antifa, although they also control the banks, movies, TV, higher ed, etc.,–every aspect of the lives of white people. I’m not sure why the Heebs are mentioned as masters of all whites. It may just be Kike bragging because I’m reasonably sure that a Kike wrote the flyer.

Seen at Microchip’s Twitter.

When Jesus Said to Feed the Poor …

Did he really have in mind what you see above?

Did Jesus authorize government to tax workers to death to support what you see here?

Was Jesus really giving heavenly authorization to mankind to create large government bureaucracies so that the person above could overeat?

Does Jesus love obese people more than others?

Was Jesus thinking that feeding the poor would make them harder to kidnap?

Do you think Jesus loved big butts more than small ones, so he said to feed the poor?

Did Jesus advocate the creation of an IRS (Internal Revenue Service) to compel us under threat of imprisonment to shovel more food into the mouths of the poor?

Would Jesus want the U.S. national debt to be in the trillions, with the country facing financial ruin, just so that the poor would be overfed?

Did Jesus mean that you should feed the poor so that they overpopulate, thus creating billions of new, starving poor in an endless cycle of poverty?

Was Jesus asking people to voluntarily feed the poor or was he saying that tyrannical government that forces us to feed others is a good thing?

Candidate Jesus: Vote for me and I will raise your taxes to feed the poor. Did he really say that?

Harvard’s Special Snowflake Argues that “Everything is About Race”

HARVARD STUDENT SAYS EVERYTHING IS ABOUT RACE. EVEN HIS DOG IS BLACK.
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Blame whitey, whitey being the white male, for every failing of every nonwhite who ever took a breath.

Would you be surprised that the “oppressed” probable Jew who wrote this spew, Ted G. Waechter, is also seemingly a “queer?” I can’t make this stuff up.

The comments on Harvard site are hilariously critical of our social justice warrior. It’s worth a click to read them.

The Crimson Everything is About Race

“Don’t make this about race.”

I’ve heard this sentence a lot recently, read it a lot online. Saw its use launch a Facebook flame war while I waited for my plane to board at the end of spring break. It’s the easiest way for white people to invalidate experiences of oppression and avoid fraught debates about justice in America.

But of course it’s about race—everything is. Our country was built on oppression, and race is everywhere, at every moment on my standard trip back to Harvard.

The view from my airplane window is about race. Colonizers killed Indigenous people for those tidy plots of farmland. We profited from those fields by exploiting and terrorizing slaves. We rejected demands for land return and reparations, compounding racist domination based on the pretext of “free market” capitalism, and we devised new ways to produce and preserve systemic injustice. It is impossible to separate the wealth that paid for my plane ticket from structural oppression. When I land at Logan, it’s about race.

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