Sports that cover the entire image of Black Lives Matter

Imagine that a group called Let’s Let’s Cure Cancer was found to have nothing to do with curing cancer but to give advice to arsonists. Do you think our sports would fully and publicly support Let’s Cure Cancer?

On Thursday, about an hour before the start of this season, the Yankees and Nationals knelt along the foul lines and the midfield marker in DC singing “Black Lives Matter,” ch. 4 News broadcast the surveillance video of a 12-year-old black boy in Brooklyn who was beaten and expelled by five black teenagers.

The girl’s mother was beside herself with grief. A black neighbor, identified as Ken Garner, said to Ch. 4, “We always talk about Black Lives Matter, but what are we doing to ourselves?”

Now, families of victims of violent black and white crimes, especially homicides, including babies and children, ask similar questions from young men with guns that daily increase the record number of deaths in our cities. And all this is due to the notorious absence and silence of Black Lives Matter.

Black Lives Matter is a scam that sounds sweet. The murder of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police has served less as a cause than as an excuse, a welcome starter pistol to encourage radical and violent destruction of everything that hits BLM “protesters” as a target for vandalism. , arson and revolution to feed the extreme left. fascism.

The founders of BLM are admitted, proud “trained Marxists”. Black Lives Matter has almost nothing to do with black lives. Their goal is to destroy American historical symbols and institutions, not to show concern about the continued and increasing slaughter of blacks in our cities.

To a small surprise, our pro sports, caught in scary mode, decided not to know or ignore it. Therefore, no NBA, NFL, or MLB game will appear on television without the assumption that every white viewer is racist or in need of racial recalibration. Not having oppressed a minority since breakfast is disgusting.

None of these commissioners is asked, “Now that you have fully endorsed it, what do you really know about Black Lives Matter?”

The NBA, NFL, and MLB have declared for all of us that this is the group that deserves our unconditional respect and support. Adopting a knee is now a visual referendum named after whether you’re a racist, courtesy of commissioners who couldn’t foresee the large can of political pigs they invited.

For those few who have done their homework to find BLM antithetical to democracy, can they risk refusing to kneel before BLM’s servants? After all, BLM has inspired the destruction of everything and everything, including statues honoring the bravery of pre-Civil War abolitionists. That means more to BLM than any more recent count of dead black lives on the streets.

But Black Lives Matter, like Let’s Cure Cancer, sounds good. Have you ever seen a BLM urban protest of blacks murdering blacks on a daily basis? Same here. But BLM is too busy advocating indiscriminate riots, looting, vandalism, and destruction of churches, museums, municipal buildings, parks, public transportation, and business destruction, some owned by blacks.

Look at the sides that have chosen our sports. Last week, Gerrit Cole said he has no problem wearing a BLM patch on his Yankees uniform because “it is freedom of expression. It is the Bill of Rights. It is what the country is founded on, in order to express itself freely. “

The Angels’ Brian Goodwin raises his fist as he kneels down with Andrelton Simmons.AP

Cold. But would that include the freedom to remove the dazzling Nike swoosh on the front of his uniform? Nike is financially married to enslaving and totalitarian Communist Red China. The red millions of Nike, partners of China, make many shots in American sports.

What about the pro-democratic freedom movement in Hong Kong desperate to break free from Red China? Maybe everyone can kneel down.

And now the Yankees have traded Irving Berlin and Kate Smith for the mass of Nike.

Our sports, including rights activists LeBron James and Colin Kaepernick, have chosen Nike money instead of democracy. And now Black Lives Matter, a movement that has never cared about the lives of blacks unless their deaths can be exploited by chaos, has played against the MLB, the NBA, and the NFL.

On Thursday, before the Yanks-Nats began, actor Morgan Freeman was heard on the PA system: “Today, like every day, we unite as equals.”

That’s weird. When 32-year-old NBA Kings television voice Grant Napear tweeted almost the same thing: “All lives matter, each one lives!” – was forced to resign as a racist, and was also fired from his radio show.

But in the name of progress and equality, we keep running backwards, with our eyes closed, capitulating to those who continue to lower us.

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Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln. … Thursday’s first MLB game in DC on ESPN started with the man from the public presentation introducing the Nationals as if the stadium was full, slowly and excitedly shouting the names of the starters to anyone. Or did you think the fans at home stood up and applauded?

Alex Rodriguez
Alex RodriguezAP

The game had that feeling from last year: in 5 ¹ / ₃ innings, five runs, three in two home runs and 16 strikeouts. And Gary Sánchez, still trying to hit home runs on every hit, sniffing the three at-bats.

One thing that seemed out of place was the Yankee single Tyler Wade. You will never do one of those MLB Network tutorials on how kids should pose on the plate.

Player-by-player Matt Vasgersian had a good night because he didn’t try to be a smart man. He noted that Tyler’s touch allowed the Yankees to “make a run,” the perfect way to describe it. And two in the cabin, Vasgersian and Alex Rodríguez, without Jessica Mendoza explaining baseball to us, created a respite.

Throughout the game, the ESPN Scroll reported that the MLS Vancouver team won 2-0, despite a 4 percent chance of one or the other.

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If you don’t think MLB’s newly invented expanded playoffs for this season have anything to do with anything except TV money, especially ESPN, see you after class.

The Toronto Blue Jays have become the United States team.

Although it will still be available for your self-coronations, the latest “Stop the press!” From French Mike. the parting Thursday naturally included reminders that he is wealthy, with a second home in Florida and thoroughbred racehorses. It could also have, as Ed Norton said, “a chain of poloponies.”

Reader Alex Burton: “Mike Tyson, 54, will fight Roy Jones, Jr., 51, at Dignity Health Sports Park in California. I guess the embarrassing Cash-Grab Sports Park was booked. ”

Perhaps the Mets would sell more cardboard cutout fans if they offered a cash prize to the first beheaded for a dirty ball.