NFL Goes Full Woke with Latest Efforts Before Games

Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks about how the onslaught of woke sports refuses to let up. ESPN is reporting that the woke NFL has plans to play “Lift Ev’ry Voice And Sing,”‘ otherwise known as the black national anthem, before the first week’s games to help draw attention to systemic racism and support Black Lives Matter.

Time will tell if this get woke go broke tactic will bring the NFL ratings down.

Rubin added, “The NFL players association is also considering listing the names of victims on uniforms through decals on helmets or patches on jerseys. The NFL also may produce educational programs about victims.”

What victims? Victims of what they call systemic racism.

The efforts also include a 10-year, $250 million donation to “increase its social justice footprint.”

Rubin is concerned what will happen during the playing of the black national anthem. Who stands and who sits? Who sings and who doesn’t? The whole thing is very confusing. Aren’t we one nation under God? At least that’s what the Pledge of Allegiance says.

Rubin also notes the concern with supporting Black Lives Matter when the group just came out in support of communism in Cuba. They aren’t standing with the freedom protesters. Do Americans want to financially support a sport that’s donating $250 million to such causes?

It may be another issue of go woke, go broke for the NFL. Watch for yourself and decide where you stand as the NFL angers fans entering the 2021 season.


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