A Quinnipiac University national survey released Wednesday found that while voters oppose NFL players' kneeling during the National Anthem by a 52 to 42 percent margin, almost seven in 10 - 67 percent - believe they have a right to do so. When will the highly paid Commissioner [Roger Goodell] finally get tough and smart? That's nearly as bad as kneeling!
The protests by NFL players began previous year after former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick kneeled during the national anthem in a game to protest against racial inequality and police brutality.
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For the newest development in Snoop's anti-Trump saga, on Monday (Nov. 20), Snoop posted a minute-long video blasting Trump for criticizing Marshawn Lynch for sitting during the National Anthem.
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That differs starkly from New England coach Bill Belichick's words about Mexico, in which he awkwardly invoked the natural disasters that have struck the country in recent months: "Players did a great job dealing with all the challenges we had to deal with. We respect our flag", Trump said to loud applause at the campaign event in Alabama. During a rally in Alabama in September, Trump said, "Wouldn't you love to see one of these National Football League 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!'"
"With the knowledge of his protest before the kickoff on the USA anthem, and later, the respect he paid to the Mexican anthem, we ran to give him the jersey as well, just to say thank you", Alanis said.
Trump also aimed his tweets at father and son, Lavar and LiAngelo Ball, taking personal credit for supposedly getting UCLA basketball player LiAngelo Ball out of jail, along with two other players, after being arrested for shoplifting in China. "Attendance and ratings way down", he said.
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