Too many shots to his head or perhaps his mom dropped him on it a few times too many is perhaps why Eagles player Chris Long announced he wouldn’t go to the white house if the Eagles win the Super Bowl. He also uses professional football to protest America along with fellow discontented bedbug Malcolm Jenkins as Jenkins was protesting against white people by raising his fist during the national anthem, as part of the NFL players’ protests against racial injustice. Jenkins contract could be worth as much as $35 million over four years, with $21 million guaranteed, according to reports. Jenkins is probably just an angry young guy who’s overwhelmed by the status of different races.
His protests were sharply criticized by President Trump.
“If you don’t see why you need allies for people that (sic.), should be “who”– who are fighting for equality right now, I don’t think you’ll ever see it,” Long said in August. “So my thing is, Malcolm is a leader, and I’m here to show support as a white athlete.”
So America is a racist nation or has too many racists or something according to Long and Jenkins.
Jenkins made the Superbowl about race when he said: “But once you start talking about black issues — issues of poverty or racism — and now that’s like the ‘distraction.’ What we’ve been able to do in this locker room, in particular, is to do it in a way where people can hear what we’re saying but also take care of our business.” Jenkins needs to read some books like “The Bell Curve” and visit Africa as I’ve done many times to see the difference between the people of Africa and the Europeans who settled America. There’s no comparison.
Jenkins and Long need to grasp the differences between different races and different nations before they go protesting and shooting their mouths off about a world they do not understand.