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Pro Soccer Fans Boo Players Kneeling for National Anthem

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    Now it is pro soccer players insulting America by kneeling for our National Anthem, but they got something they apparently did not expect. The fans in the stands loudly booed their kneeling for the anthem. Now they have their panties in a twist at the fans clear rejection of their Marxism activism.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/pro-soccer-fans-in-texas-boo-as-players-kneel-for-the-national-anthem

    Ratings for other sports that have seen these disgusting spectacles of players insulting our country by kneeling during the anthem have been tanking. Now soccer is joining this sick party of entitled Marxists and air head jocks. It is time to turn off all professional sports that behave this way and let these jackasses try to figure out where their excessive salaries suddenly disappeared to.

    Maybe it time to figure out how to watch British soccer. I have not heard of their players insulting their country.

    Help make America great again by turning off most pro sports.


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