The NBA and other sports leagues have gone full “woke.”
It’s become a common talking point among celebrities throughout entertainment to demonize the police.
But a former NBA player torched one anti-police protest in an epic rant.
Former NBA center Kwame Brown made history as the first high school player to be drafted number one overall.
His career did not pan out as many hoped, and he became the butt of endless jokes throughout the years.
Brown had been quiet for years, but former NBA players Matt Barnes, Stephen Jackson, and Gilbert Arenas awakened a sleeping giant when they snickered about his career on a podcast.
That spurred Brown to call all of them out for their duplicity.
In a freewheeling 75-minute YouTube rant, Brown called Jackson a “fake Black Lives Matter activist” who slammed the police one minute, and bragged about his gang affiliations the next.
Brown ripped into Jackson and the “woke” talking heads on ESPN for exploiting people like George Floyd when they die, but not caring at all about black-on-black violence.
The radical anti-police rhetoric has led to spikes in crime in multiple major cities across the country.
LeBron James crossed the line when he threatened a cop who saved a girl’s life in a shooting incident.
James jumped into the controversy without knowing any of the facts, which is the problem with many members of the Democrat Media Complex.
Brown’s YouTube channel has grown exponentially since he called out the fake “woke” activists.
He has other videos challenging the fake news media narratives around Donald Trump, and other pervasive Democrat lies.
Brown explained how Trump helped the black community with opportunity zones, the First Step Act, and additional funding for HBCUs (historically black colleges and universities).
These were some of the reasons why Trump got the highest GOP share of the nonwhite vote since 1960.
Meanwhile, Brown criticized Joe Biden for reversing himself on the 1994 Crime Bill, and went after Kamala Harris for locking people up and hiding exculpatory evidence as California attorney general.
The personal digs back and forth between Brown and his detractors have opened up a bigger conversation.
Brown’s message is cutting through the noise and people are listening to what he’s saying.
His ascendancy is proof that the establishment is losing ground in the culture war.
Trump called the corporate press the “enemy of the American people,” and Brown is doing his part to expose the deception.
There will undoubtedly be hit pieces written about Brown because he’s over the target, but he’s from Charleston, South Carolina and lives in rural Georgia, so he’s not beholden to any of the inducements of Hollywood or the corporate press.
He’s slowly becoming a thorn in the side of the establishment by fearlessly calling out ridiculous media narratives.
After years of staying quiet, Brown is speaking up and people are listening.