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Peacefully protesting during the National Anthem is the only time they can do it. Besides, only a Trump Cult member can spend so much time worrying about NBA players kneeling during the National Anthem. I know that I have much bigger concerns about this country, such as having a Pathological LIAR as our President.

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The NBA players show they do not respect our Flag and our National Anthem.



People that understand what our Flag and our National Anthem stand for our National Anthem.



It's disgusting that these high paid players can violate the NBA rules. As a citizen and veteran I have lost respect for the NBA.


I add.

That the players can demonstrate all they want but NOT during our National Anthem and not while at their workplace. Anyone that approve of their showing disrespect for our National Anthem is as bad as they are in my opinion.

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With all the issues facing America, kneeling is what Trump Cult members are worrked about. I'm guessing that FOX is telling them to make an issue of peaceful protests by NBA players.

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The Toad was the only one offended(sic) with Kaepernick kneeling, but as soon as he twittered, his Worshipers assumed their fake posture of indignation.

 

The kneeling by virtually all the professional athletes is a refutation of police brutality against minorities AND a refutation of tRump's blatant racism.

 

Toad knows this and the GOPerLords have given marching orders to their lemmings:

NAZI = GOOD PEOPLE

KNEELING = BAD PEOPLE

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@KidBoy2 wrote:

Kneeling not allowed by NBA rules

 

 

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The NBA players show they do not respect our Flag and our National Anthem.

Kneeling or standing, they have more respect than Trump who looks the other way on his buddy Putin placing bounties on our soldiers!

 

People that understand what our Flag and our National Anthem stand for our National Anthem.  

Standing for our National Anthem while looking the other way on Russians placing bounties in our soldiers, as Trump does, is pure hypocrisy!

 

It's disgusting that these high paid players can violate the NBA rules. 

It's more disgusting that Trump violates our Constitution and allows his Russian buddies to place a bounty on our soldiers!

 

 

As a citizen and veteran I have lost respect for the NBA. 

Yet you still respect Trump who looks the other way on his Russian buddies placing bounties on our soldiers!

 

 


 

DUMP TRUMP AND DITCH MITCH TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
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@KidBoy2 wrote:

Kneeling not allowed by NBA rules

 

The NBA is officially back, and it’s restarting with a policy change on player protests.

A bubble season focused on social justice and the Black Lives Matter movement opened with a unified statement from players and referees before both of Thursday’s games.

Before the evening’s marquee matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers tipped off, players from both teams all took a knee as a rendition of the national anthem by the Compton Kidz Club played on video boards.

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Coaches and referees knelt too with LeBron James and Anthony Davis linking arms near midcourt.

 

The show of unity mirrored the protest prior to the earlier matchup between the New Orleans Pelicans and Utah Jazz.

As a pre-recorded rendition of the national anthem by New Orleans native Jon Batiste played, every player and official on the court took a knee, with some players holding raised fists in the air.

Kneeling not allowed by NBA rules

Kneeling during the anthem is technically against NBA rules, but players and officials made their plans to do so clear as a form of protest against police brutality and social injustice.

NBA commissioner Adam Silver addressed the subject in a Time 100 talk in June when asked if the league would allow players to take a knee.

 

 

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The NBA players show they do not respect our Flag and our National Anthem.

 

People that understand what our Flag and our National Anthem stand for our National Anthem.  

 

It's disgusting that these high paid players can violate the NBA rules.  As a citizen and veteran I have lost respect for the NBA. 

 

 


Looks like the rules were changed in the NBA as even the refs are doing it. Our poor far right just live in the past. It is a new day and after NOV. hopefully a normal USA. Trump will join Hitler in the trash can of history. As a citizen and a veteran I will then have regained respect for the USA, and NBA.

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Respect and Patriotism? Maybe trump might want to get some of both. 

Do what the WNBA did...just walk off the court! Protests are good, brings to the forefront issues which need to be addressed!...like the ones trump has no clue about, or tries to ignore. 

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No but now the NBA players can stay in their locker rooms during the national anthem. That’s why Trump wouldn’t go to any games he knew there wasn’t gonna be anybody standing there during the national anthem while he was in the middle of the field!

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Kneeling not allowed by NBA rules

 

The NBA is officially back, and it’s restarting with a policy change on player protests.

A bubble season focused on social justice and the Black Lives Matter movement opened with a unified statement from players and referees before both of Thursday’s games.

Before the evening’s marquee matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers tipped off, players from both teams all took a knee as a rendition of the national anthem by the Compton Kidz Club played on video boards.

- ADVERTISEMENT -
 

Coaches and referees knelt too with LeBron James and Anthony Davis linking arms near midcourt.

 

The show of unity mirrored the protest prior to the earlier matchup between the New Orleans Pelicans and Utah Jazz.

As a pre-recorded rendition of the national anthem by New Orleans native Jon Batiste played, every player and official on the court took a knee, with some players holding raised fists in the air.

Kneeling not allowed by NBA rules

Kneeling during the anthem is technically against NBA rules, but players and officials made their plans to do so clear as a form of protest against police brutality and social injustice.

NBA commissioner Adam Silver addressed the subject in a Time 100 talk in June when asked if the league would allow players to take a knee.

 

 

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The NBA players show they do not respect our Flag and our National Anthem.

 

People that understand what our Flag and our National Anthem stand for our National Anthem.  

 

It's disgusting that these high paid players can violate the NBA rules.  As a citizen and veteran I have lost respect for the NBA. 

 

 

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