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Americans Opposed To Trump And His Unconstitutional Views With NFL Over Free Speech

October 9, 2017

A very costly trip to taxpayers was nothing more than a tawdry political stunt when Vice President Pence flew from Las Vegas to Indiana only to stay for a few minutes knowing full well he would leave in a fake-huff to board his plane to then fly all the way out to California.  Pence left in a fake-huff during the Indianapolis Colts game to protest players kneeling during the national anthem. The episode was a pre-planned publicity stunt designed to fan the flames of outrage among Trump’s base–a base not keen on reading or grasping constitutional principles.  But those silly people will not know when they work at their jobs how much they toil to pay taxes for such lunacy.  They will just continue to clap for Trump.   Yes, indeed, some people are that stupid.

It comes as no surprise that President Trump has been met with criticism from many Americans this last week for his response to Hurricane Maria. He was simply a national embarrassment.  But he also gets strong negative ratings for his response to the latest football controversy – the protests by some National Football League players during the playing of the national anthem before NFL games. In the latest Economist/YouGov Poll, only 30% of the public approves of the way he wishes to stir a pot that does not in any way require his attention.

 

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  1. Gerald permalink
    October 9, 2017 4:03 PM

    So my dad was in the service, I was for 6 years, and my sister was also in the military. Here is how various generations views the matter in our family. We support the right to protest in this respectful manner as some players do. My family also comprehends that it has nothing to do with disrespecting the flag, the anthem, or the military. People need to get a grip.

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