The left has put their cards on the table. They want to repeal the Second Amendment.
Of course they claim they don’t want to take all your guns away, but it’s clear that’s exactly what they want.
And now one anti-Trump NBA coach had some very choice words about where he stands in the debate.
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is always rife with anti-Trump rhetoric.
In fact, sports journalists specifically ask the five-time NBA champion about his political views because it always makes the front page in sports news.
But in his most recent comments, Popovich blatantly attacked the 2nd Amendment and questioned the validity of American’s having gun rights at all.
Popovich believes that not only should AR-15’s be banned, but that the 2nd Amendment has no place in present day America.
“San Antonio Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich has jumped into the debate over the Second Amendment, saying it’s time to question whether that constitutional right has a place in modern America.
Popovich, who was in D.C. to play the Washington Wizards, slammed current moves to raise the age limit to buy firearms calling the proposal a mere “Band-Aid” on the problem of gun violence, USA Today reported.
“Even if they changed the age limit, it’s all a Band-Aid,” the outspoken coach said, “The obvious elephant in the room is the guns, weapons of war, the magazines.
The real discussion should be about the Second Amendment. Is it useful? Does it serve its purpose the way it was supposed to do in the beginning? That discussion should be had.”
Popovich then went after the left’s favorite target, the National Rifle Association.
“Is one life more important than some congressman keeping his position because he’s afraid he won’t get funds from the NRA? It’s a dereliction of duty on the part of everybody around Trump,” Popovich added.
The coach also praised “the kids” who he planned the many “March For Our Lives” events around the country last weekend.
“They give me hope that I’m actually living in the country I thought I was living in because at times it’s not where I thought I was living,” Popovich said.
“They made me believe. They give you hope for the future. They want to do the right thing, things that have moral clarity and common sense.”
Despite claims that the march was created by and for students, a review of attendees and organizers showed that only about ten percent of protesters were people under 18 years of age.
The coach has praised the march before. On March 24 he accused Trump of “cowardice” for not attending the march and insisted that change will come after the nation saw the marchers on TV.”
Popovich is a basketball coach, and yet the sports media perpetuate his liberal propaganda like it’s some absolute truth that we should all live by.
Stop giving him the stage to spew this nonsense and let him do the job he’s paid to do.