NFL Gets Reality Check From Fans During ‘Social Justice’ Moment Of Silence

 On Thursday night, the National Football League launched its grand return to primetime. However, it was the fans who were making the headlines after the NFL orchestrated a “social justice” show of unity they described as “a moment of silence dedicated to the ongoing fight for equality in our country.” Some of the 17,000 fans the NFL had in attendance gave them a huge reality check. You’ll love this.

The NFL should really stick to football. That’s the lesson they learned the hard way on Thursday night. The pre-game festivities were centered on a Black Lives Matter theme of “social justice.” The problem is there is no such thing as “social justice,” there is only “justice.”

Americans know when they are being manipulated by race-baiters. So, when the singing duo of Chloe and Halle sang the national anthem, fans looked on in disgust while the two wore shirts with the faces of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, raising their right fists in a “black power” sign for the final moment.

There was no unity during the national anthem, though, with the teams engaging in separate reactions to the songs.

The Chiefs took the field and linked arms during both the national anthem and the so-called “black national anthem,” titled “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

The team remained standing except for Alex Okafor who took a knee during the national anthem. On the other hand, the Texans stayed in the locker for both the national anthem and “black national anthem.” It sure seems like the Texans were not going to be goaded into reacting to this leftwing political pandering.

That’s when this “a moment of silence dedicated to the ongoing fight for equality in our country” happened.

“But the 17,000 fans allowed to populate the stands seemed to have a unity of their own as they loudly booed the players and their show of unity,” Breitbart reports.


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