Uh Oh Bill Belichick Infuriates the SJWs with a T-Shirt Sold by a Navy SEAL

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The New England Patriot’s coach Bill Belichick is in trouble over a T-shirt he was seen wearing while on vacation in Martha’s Vineyard. He picked up the shirt from a Navy SEAL who sells them.

A play on the popular “Life is good” brand, the shirt reads “Life is great” and shows a soldier and his military dog chasing down an armed man — apparently a terrorist.

Here’s a close-up:

The Boston Herald called Belichick a “true patriot,” but Vice Sports called the shirt “offensive,” among other things too vulgar to repeat here. Maxim calls it “blatantly racist” and “pretty weird”.

How might it be racist, you ask? Beats us! Ask a social justice warrior who sees bigotry in his coffee cup in the morning.

In fact, ask Tariq Nasheed, the perennially offended hand-wringing SJW.

The shirt is sold by Jim Amann, a former Navy SEAL and current L.A. police officer who runs the website TridentK9.org. Amann told the Boston Herald that the novelty tee “tells a cartoon story of a deployment in Afghanistan where SEAL operators are chasing bad guys.”

Amann’s site says the shirt—which is sold out at the moment—can be worn to “celebrate the end of Osama Bin Laden.”

The shirts sold out after Belichick was seen in it. Since sales are now through the roof, Amann’s donating sales to charity.

 

You can buy the T-shirt on this link.

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