The bottom line is, whether or not you or I support their motives, constitutionally, legal precedence is on the side of the players. They have every right to act like bitches on an SJW plantation, kneeling and virtue signaling to their heart's content. And, the public has every right to stop watching the NFL, drop their ESPN subscriptions, throw their overpriced sports jerseys in the trash and move on to more important issues... like what the hell is all this nonsense with North Korea? And why do we keep hearing about economic recovery when the average American can't make it from month-to-month without running up their credit cards? And why are so many of us so damn fat and unhealthy?
Armour, who studies the intersection of race and legal decision-making, said Trump and his supporters view former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the first player to protest during the anthem, and other players involved with the struggle as just “whiny black millionaires who shouldn’t be disrespecting the flag of the country that made it possible for them to be millionaires. They shouldn’t be whining about something that doesn’t even affect them. … He knows that he has a huge constituency out there that feels the same. That’s who Trump is speaking to – and they hear him loud and clear.”