If Barack Obama was still the President everyone of the Eagles would have gone to the White House but now that Donald J. Trump is president the Eagles want to protest by staying away. It’s not only the color of the White House that bothers them.
This is part of the continuing War Against the police and against White Americans. No true American should want to support that.
Everyone is a member of the human race and each person has racial attributes among a great many other great human attributes but some people abuse other people and the Eagles, the NFL and the Left-Wing Anti-trump media including the Communist Phila Inquirer, have been and continue to blame white people for the plight of some millionaire players, coaches,and NFL team administrators. The fans should rise up in revolt and send a clear message that such bad behavior is wrong and won’t be supported. Don’t watch the NFL.
Why not condemn ridiculous behavior? Race is here to stay. Perhaps the government-run immigration issue in America will continue to make the white race less and less of a factor and even continue to penalize white people and send benefits to black people, many of whom become NFL players but the condemnation of white people is wrong and should be resisted and hopefully stopped. Help stop it ny refusing to support the NFL.
Past experience shows bigotry against white people won’t stop. Present experience such as Eagles players rather dumb protests; wrong place that affect the wrong people, and an unpopular issue; cops arresting too many black people, will lower the number of white people who are energized because they are being wrongly blamed for things they didn’t do.
If you don’t agree this is only about black people and their race, consider that the NFL player protests began for that very reason. The black protesters want to make sure you know their protest is about race. It’s about how black people are treated, not only by black cops but by white cops especially. The NFL players don’t want the issue settled, they want it to continue to be an issue.