This will teach them a good lesson. Two players received the worst news possible after they tried to be “fancy” and follow the anti-American trend of disrespecting the national anthem. The kneelers quickly realized how big mistake they just made.
What’s more irritating in this story is the fact that the young folks, the new generation is already infected with the destructive mainstream ideas. The fans responded, but the players, even in low-rank leagues, are feeling free to “protest”.
Two Victory & Praise Christian Academy players have been kicked out of their team for “kneeling.”
Cedric Ingram-Lewis & Larry McCullough were kicked off of their football team last night. Cedric raised a fist. Larry took a knee.
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) September 30, 2017
Chron.com reported: Two Victory & Praise Christian Academy football players were kicked off the team for protesting during the national anthem at a game Friday night.
Cedric Ingram-Lewis raised his fist while cousin Larry McCullough knelt during the anthem ahead of the team’s game against Providence Classical.
After the anthem ended, head coach Ronnie Mitchem instructed them to take off their uniforms and kicked them off the team. Mitchem is a former Marine and pastor who started the church-based football program in Crosby six years ago.Ingram-Lewis, a sophomore, said the topic of protesting had come up in the locker room before and his cousin McCullough, a senior, even announced he would kneel via social media. The coach had told players he did not want anyone to kneel, citing his service in the military.