NFL protesting is leading to racial conflict between players on the field and racism has never been more prevalent.
Collin Kaepernick originally proclaimed his decision to kneel during the national anthem was to bring support and awareness to the ‘severe’ inequality felt by minority’s as well as enlightening the public on his beliefs surrounding police brutality against the African American community. While that may have been true last year, the results are far from ‘peaceful’ protesting at this point thanks to his decision to fuel the racial fire that is now consuming the NFL.
Black offensive players are refusing to protect their white quarterbacks, those who decide to stand in respect rather than submit to peer pressure and kneel, from being sacked and the tragic outcome thus far has been the catastrophic hit Derek Carr took as a result that has left him with a fractured back.
Now Michael Bennett has decided to further the protesting by presenting a raised fist, which is the symbol for black power, anytime he sacks a white player. Yeah that’s not racist at all.
Now to add further insult to injury, Bennett and a few fellow players have lobbied the NFL to announce all fans and players be forced to honor these protests during the month of November which would henceforth be recognized as “activism awareness month.” WTF?
It was during the second quarter of the Seahawks game against the 49ers this past weekend that Bennett tackled white quarterback Brian Hoyer and threw his black power fist in the air. All Black Media confirmed Bennett’s actions were indeed a pro-Black Power gesture.
The sad thing is that Bennett isn’t just stopping at using Black Power gestures. He is now demanding the every single fan and the NFL back up his anti-American and anti-police views. He has presented an idiotic ultimatum this week.
Bennett was joined with several other protesting players in their demand that the entire month of November to be recognized officially by the NFL as a month to protest police officers and “oppression” that blacks face living in our country.
Freedom Daily reported:
A memo sent to the NFL demanding that they turn November into an “activism awareness month” to protest police in America is being led by Seattle Seahawks’ Michael Bennett, Philadelphia Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles’ Torrey Smith and former NFL player Anquan Boldin. All these players have been very vocal with their protests all year, with Bennett swearing during preseason to continue Colin Kaepernick’s protesting “legacy.”