PUNISHMENT-The NFL rogue player will face the sore aftermath of their actions very soon. One of the protesting players of the Broncos team is facing a punishment after he decided to fight against the fans of the team, the owner, and the entire nation. Some Americans may defend the rogue Broncos player, but the rules are clear and he was warned. Read more below:
Phil Long Ford has withdrawn their endorsement from Broncos player Von Miller after he took a knee during the National Anthem.
Here is the statement given to (Link: denver.cbslocal.com) in Denver:
“We are evaluating the events of the weekend. It is important to state that we haven’t fired Von. We are in the middle of contract renewal and this weekend’s events remind us that sometimes we feel that we best represent ourselves. We support Von and his first amendment rights, we know Von and he’s a good person. He donated a police car to his hometown police dept. All that notwithstanding when we bring in celebrities to represent us we run the risk of being misrepresented.
“We, like millions of Americans are concerned and will respond consistently with our values as a proud American company founded by a war hero (Phil Long). While we can’t control the actions of others we can be responsible for how we support our nation and community. That is why, years ago, our principal owner, Jay Cimino, founded the Mount Carmel Veteran’s Service center, and is supported by all Phil Long Dealerships. We support this cause not just with our words, but financially as well, and it is serving hundreds of veterans in need right here in Colorado. This would be a great time for our community to show support for our military community by supporting this cause or others that continue to serve them after they serve us.”
Denver Broncos’ Von Miller loses HUGE endorsement after kneeling for national anthem.
— GRANT J. KIDNEY 🇺🇸 (@GrantJKidney) September 26, 2017
What do you think about this decision? It’s not extremely harsh and drastic measure, but a perfect example to all other liberal players. If owners and companies hurt them when it hurts most- their pockets, they will stand on foot the entire game if needed.
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