There were countless NFL National Anthem protests over the weekend.
Even the NBA joined in the anti-Trump hate train after the President uninvited the Warriors to the White House.
But a group of NFL players are taking their protests to a whole new level.
Trump uninvited the championship Golden State Warriors from the White House because Steph Curry disrespected the office.
President Trump criticized privileged multi-millionaire athletes for disrespecting the American flag.
Both have been met with immense backlash and whining from offended angry liberals who believe Trump’s actions were “un-presidential”.
Why doesn’t the President have the right to respond to the hatred spewed towards him?
Regardless, the anti-American protests continue to grow as now a group of NFL players have actually written a letter to Commissioner Roger Goodell requesting an entire month be dedicated towards “social activism.”
The Washington Times reported:
“A group of NFL players have asked Commissioner Roger Goodell for a month dedicated to social activism, similar to how the league honors breast cancer awareness and military awareness.
Yahoo Sports reported Michael Bennett, Anquan Boldin, Malcolm Jenkins and Torrey Smith sent a 10-page memo in August, asking the league to take an expanded role in social activism.
The memo asks for November to be a “month of unity.”
“We appreciate your acknowledgement on the call regarding the clear distinction between support and permission,” the memo read.
“For us, support means: bear all or part of the weight of; hold up; give assistance to, especially financially; enable to function or act.
We need support, collaboration and partnerships to achieve our goal of strengthening the community.
“There are a variety of ways for you to get involved,” the memo said. “Similar to the model we have in place for players to get involved, there are three tiers of engagement based on your comfort level.
To start, we appreciate your agreement on making this an immediate priority. In your words, from Protest to Progress, we need action.”
The NFL supported Bennett after the defensive end accused Las Vegas police officers of racially profiling him during an Aug. 26 incident in which he was handcuffed and detained.”
This was the memo.
— Andrew Sensi (@AndrewSensi) September 21, 2017
And this was the NFL’s reply.
Here’s the reply from the NFL when I asked for its response to a memo from 4 NFL players requesting the creation of Social Activism month. pic.twitter.com/k6ltdJ5eNn
— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) September 21, 2017
Should the NFL decide to make November “social activism month” their ratings will only continue to slide.