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NFL Owners Cave To Cultural Marxism, Create $89,000,000 ‘Social Justice Package’ For Kneeling Ingrates #NFL #NationalAnthem #BoycottNFL

After two years of racist kneeling ingrates players and ratings in a free fall, NFL owners should be putting the finishing touches on an $89 million social justice package (some may call it a bribe), with the hope of defusing the sideline protest problem that began with Colin Kaepernick in 2016 and put the focus back on what happens on the field.

While some of the kneelers have indicated that it’s time to move on — unsigned safety Eric Reid, for one, said that his anthem-kneeling days are over — others have said not a chance. The package’s $25 million for former Obama administration figure Van Jones and his Communist Dream Corps isn’t likely to sit well with conservatives already fed up with the league’s politics.

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According to the NFL, the ridiculous $89 million package that signals their complete surrender to Cultural Marxism, is the biggest topic on the agenda for the annual owners meetings in Orlando, Florida, has absolutely no stipulation that players must stand before games for the national anthem.

“There will be discussion on social responsibility matters. As has been reported, the league already set aside funds for these issues,” said NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy. “It’s anticipated that there would be a vote next week for the clubs to provide funds from the team level.”

He added, “Separately, no vote is expected concerning game-day anthem protocols.”

Even without a quid pro quo, the hope was that players would respond by ceasing their race-baiting, thug-glorifying, and America-hating sideline protests, following the lead of Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, who said in November that he would stop raising a fist after helping broker the agreement as part of a group he co-founded called the Players Coalition.

While the $89 million agreement is expected to satisfy most protest-minded players, it may not assuage right-leaning fans worried about where their ticket dollars will be funneled, reports the Washington Times.

The deal reportedly includes $73 million for national causes that will reportedly be split three ways: 25 percent to the United Negro College Fund, 25 percent to the Dream Corps and 50 percent to the Players Coalition, which has filed for nonprofit status and has hired the Hopewell Fund to oversee the agreement.

There is plenty to make conservatives nervous about the Dream Corps, a left-wing justice reform and environmental advocacy group headed by Mr. Jones, and Hopewell, managed by Arabella Advisors, which helps clients “create social change.”

In addition, Jenkins has credited a number of left-leaning groups for assisting the coalition, including the George Soros-funded Campaign for Fair Sentencing of Youth and the Center for American Progress.

Robert Kuykendall, a spokesman for the conservative corporate watchdog 2ndVote, called the agreement a “shakedown.”

“Given the NFL Players Association’s history of donating to so-called ‘resistance’ organizations tied to George Soros, we can assume the newly formed Players Coalition will be funneling these supposed settlement dollars to left-wing advocacy organizations,” he said in a Thursday statement.

So there you have it, America. The NFL has been hijacked by die-hard Communists, with Van Jones leading the charge. You can expect much more in the way of white-hate, social justice hogwash and tomfoolery to be coming out of official NFL channels in the foreseeable future.

RIP NFL, it was good knowing you.

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Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
March 23rd, 2018

 

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