September 25, 2017
The whole Trump vs. the NFL thing sure would be a whole lot more fun if it wasn’t so obviously manufactured in order to cover-up various cuck scandals, including the liberation of the bloodsucking DACA babies and the apparently plan for regime change in North Korea.
Tom Brady is a cuck.
When the time came for the national anthem Sunday, one of the biggest questions of the day concerned New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Would Brady, who stood by his friendship with Donald Trump throughout the presidential campaign with maddeningly vague answers, take a knee in solidarity with his teammates after Trump called for NFL players who protest social injustice and racial inequality to be fired or suspended? Would he stand and lock arms with them? And, as the NFL’s leading player right now, would he actually say anything? He gave a hint Sunday, liking an Instagram photo posted by Aaron Rodgers of himself and three Packers players kneeling. On Monday morning, after standing for the anthem and linking arms with a teammate, Brady was more explicit.
“I certainly disagree with what he said,” he said in his weekly WEEI radio appearance. “I thought it was just divisive. I just want to support my teammates. I am never one to say, ‘Oh, that is wrong. That is right.’ I do believe in what I believe in. I believe in bringing people together and respect and love and trust. Those are the values that my parents instilled in me.”
Trump set off a weekend of protests in the NFL and NBA on Friday, mentioning athletes such as Colin Kaepernick who do not stand for the anthem in a Huntsville, Ala., speech. “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off the field right now. Out. He’s fired. He’s FIRED!’”
He went on to tweet that theme Sunday, saying fans should boycott the games until owners fire or suspend the protesting players. That set off protests around the league, with more than 250 players either linking arms and standing, taking a knee or, in the case of three teams, choosing to remain in the locker room for the anthem.
Brady, who skipped the Patriots’ trip to Trump’s White House to celebrate their Super Bowl LI victory, stood with his teammates during the anthem and said he heard the boos in Gillette Stadium for those players who took a knee.
“Yeah, I did,” Brady said. “No, I think everyone has the right to do whatever they want to do. If you don’t agree, that is fine. You can voice your disagreement, I think that is great. It’s part of our democracy. As long as it is done in a peaceful, respectful way, that is what our country has been all about.”
In fact, our country used to be about niggers being slaves in fields – cotton ones, not sportsball ones – and getting whipped when they disobeyed.
It sure as fuck wasn’t about some “aw shucks, yall black folk can do what you want to do.”
But that point aside: this is a clear race war situation we are in here, Tom, and it is not about “so and so thinks and/or feels such and such” – it’s about your skin being your uniform and either you’re with your own team or you’re with the blacks.
When the niggers are kicking in your mansion door and raping you and your wife and children before firing up the BBQ and eating you, you’re going to wish you would have stood against them instead of blabbering some gibberish about “people can do what they want, maaaaaaannnnnn.”
Fuck you, Tom.