They just don’t want to learn their lesson. Aaron Rodgers seriously crossed the line this time because he demands the unthinkable from his own fans. The Green Bay Packers player didn’t take the threats from the owner of his team seriously enough and he called all of his fans to join the liberal charade with extremely pathetic excuses.
Fans know the truth behind the kneeling very well. It’s all up to them to decide, but anyway, Rodgers made a big mistake.
National anthem protests dominated headlines for Week 3 of the NFL season, and the Green Bay Packers are already planning their move for Week 4.
Before the Packers’ overtime victory Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, quarterback Aaron Rodgers linked arms with his teammates as they stood for the national anthem.
For their Thursday night matchup against the arch-rival Chicago Bears, Rodgers wants the fans to join in to make a statement.
The two-time NFL MVP is asking the Lambeau Field crowd to link arms to show support for equality.
Rodgers told reporters Tuesday, “This is about equality. This is about unity and love and growing together as a society and starting a conversation around something that may be a little bit uncomfortable for people.
“But we’ve got to come together and talk about these things and growing as a community, as a connected group of individuals in our society.”
He said the protests have “never been about the military or our men and women in uniform. Like I said after the game, we love and support them and each of us I’m sure have done charity events for them.”
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) September 26, 2017
If the fans respond to his call it will be the first time fans collectively to do kneeling and disrespecting the anthem together with players. You can see how the leftists work. First, they pick a star player and made him do this, later, you will see the mainstream media headlines like “America is joining the resistance”, “America protests together with players” and so.
Let’s hope they’re not going to betray their country.
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