LeBron James Calls For NFL To Formally Apologize To Kaepernick
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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is facing intensifying pressure for the league to bend a knee to Colin Kaepernick and global sports superstar LeBron James has now weighed in.
The Los Angeles Lakers forward excels at using sports to divide America, a practice that he is as good at as he is at dunking a basketball and while he cools his heels waiting for the resumption of the NBA season, he is adding fuel to the fire by targeting a competing league.
During an interview with Bloomberg News, King James dished out his unmatched wisdom on topics involving deteriorating race relations in America, NASCAR hate crime hoaxer Bubba Wallace and the America-hating former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who has become a symbol of the resistance to President Trump.
The NFL is careening toward a disastrous 2020 season in which the league and Goodell will soon find out that whether suggesting that millions of fans may be racists is going to be a successful marketing strategy.
According to James:
“As far as the NFL, I’m not in those locker rooms, I’m not with those guys, but I do understand that an apology — I have not heard a true, official apology to Colin Kaepernick on what he was going through and what he was trying to tell the NFL and tell the world about why he was kneeling when he was doing that as a San Francisco 49er. I just see that to still be wrong. Now they are listening some, but I still think we have not heard that official apology to a man who basically sacrificed everything for the better of this world,”
Following the eruption of violence, looting and rioting along with more peaceful protests in the aftermath of the George Floyd video, the activist Twitter mob immediately claimed that Kaepernick had been vindicated and the spineless Goodell wasted no time in running up the white flag of surrender to the kneelers.
Not having learned anything from the alienation of millions of fans in 2017 along with plummeting television ratings and vast swaths of empty seats in stadiums, Goodell will once again allow "oppressed" multimillionaire malcontents to hijack the NFL and this time the fans may not come back.
ESPN's crusading social justice warrior Stephen A. Smith disagreed that Goodell and the NFL should formally apologize to Kaepernick, instead he called for the league's owners to bend the knee and pucker up to the cop hating, America trashing admirer of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
This is the same group of men that LeBron denounced as slave owners despite the NFL being one of the the most successful organizations when it comes to creating black millionaires which pre-Kaepernick was widely acknowledged.
Unfortunately King James lacks the same conviction when it comes to the human rights abusing communist Chinese government which he is a high profile apologist for.
Goodell is in serious trouble right now and its about to get much worse as the clock ticks down to September 10th when the Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs will host the Houston Texans and a national television audience will see both teams unified in taking a knee during the national anthem.
As for James who has become an obscenely wealthy international figure despite his lack of a college education, he is a colossal hypocrite because outside of Barack Obama, it is hard to imagine a black success story that is greater than his.