Dallas Cowboy David Irving Plans to Test Jerry Jones with a Protest Sunday

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“Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones plans to bench any players who “disrespect the flag”. He told his players to stand during the Anthem or stay in the locker room. Dallas defensive end David Irving says he has planned a protest for Sunday’s game against the 49ers to test Jerry Jones threat.

The left says Jones is the unpatriotic one for requiring respect for our flag and country.

Irving said he won’t “disrespect the flag”. He claims it isn’t about the flag.

When asked about being benched, he said, “I hope not since it’s not about the flag in the first place, you know?” Irving said, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Irving won’t explain what he has planned.

“I have made a call,” Irving said. “You’ll just have to wait ’til Sunday.”

Irving and fellow defensive lineman Damontre Moore raised their fists after the anthem before the Cowboys’ last game, on Oct. 8. After that game, Jones addressed the issue of national anthem protests. He seemed unaware that Irving and Moore had raised their fists, and didn’t mention any specific act other than kneeling as disrespectful.

“I don’t know about that. But if there is anything that is disrespectful to the flag then we will not play,” Jones said.

Moore told the Dallas News he’s raised his first after the anthem before the last three games. He also told the Star-Telegram he has no plans to protest. “I have a job,” he said.

Irving says he is protesting racial injustice and police brutality.

Kaepernick made it clear what the protest is about in response to the future President telling him to leave the country if he doesn’t like it here. “It’s a very ignorant statement that if you don’t agree with what’s going on here and that if you want justice and liberty and freedom for all you should leave the country,” said Kaepernick. “He always says, ‘Make America great again.’ Well, America has never been great for people of color. That’s something that needs to be addressed. Let’s make America great for the first time.”

“I think that’s people responding to the oppression that’s going on, the injustices that are going on, officers walking free for murder,” said Kaepernick.

He has made similar comments wearing a Castro t-shirt and ‘cops are pigs’ socks.

The NFL players union is working closely with the hard-left including George Soros and this movement is only one phase. Of course it’s about disrespecting our country. Our rule of law is under assault. Our Bill of Rights is under continuous battering from the left. Law enforcement stands in the way of breaking down the rule of law. The Constitution is the ultimate target. The kneeling during the Anthem is only the beginning and it has everything to do with Marxism.

 

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  1. Will be interested to see what happens. It’s funny. “I’m paid millions to play a game, and no owner is going to tell ME what I can do and not do when I’m on the field, in my work place!”

    Okay, then. Let’s see what Jones does. Waiting for at least one owner to draw a line, and remind players that they are at work, and that there are requirements when they are in the work place. And if someone doesn’t like it, they can get fired, or choose to go work somewhere else.

  2. These players are in a unique position at this moment in time. In previous Republican administrations there seemed little concern for urban issues or even the general working class. But now, today, we DO have a President that DOES want to “rebuild” the country.

    Has any one of these players asked for an audience with the President. They could do so and strive to create policies to help rebuild those urban areas that are so distraught. Whether accepted or not, That was the promise Trump made during the campaign when he said, “what do you have to lose”. These players and other representatives Should take him up on it. Instead they would rather “boycott” a White House visit.

    When the country lost its industrial base it affected those communities and created high unemployment. The southern blacks migrated to northern cities For those jobs and trade policies ended those jobs. Nothing was instituted to replace those lost jobs. What many politicians decided wasn’t to “create good jobs”, but throw money into projects that were one-time projects. For example, in this metro they spent millions on a four mile street car line. This resulted in very limited job opportunities.

    • The problems are within the black culture, within black communities. The vast majority of kids grow up without a father. And the family is on welfare. There are no role models for these kids to work hard, study, stay out of trouble — and no one there to lay down the law, as parents, especially fathers, are meant to do.

      The system creates fatherless families. And blacks will not admit the obvious: that the problems aren’t ‘oppression,’ but absence of work ethics, of the characteristics that lead to at least being able to earn a good income in this world. Blacks have to address the problems. Yes, we all do, but we can’t blame whites for holding them down. They cannot begin to succeed with broken homes, low income, one parent, and schools where the kids, and teachers, fear for their lives.

      We model what we see growing up. What black kids see, is everything that leads to failure and an inability to function and be self-supporting in this world.

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