by Mia Marie:
Well played President Trump, well played. It was announced that the President would like to talk to the NFL players that Kneel during our National Anthem. President Trump is offering to review the files of the players friends or family, that they believe received a wrongful prosecution due to social injustice.
It will be interesting to see exactly how many of the players actually know someone, personally, that they think needs pardoned or let out of prison. The lack of respect that these players are showing to our country, and the men and women that put their lives on the line for our freedom, needs to be addressed in a manner that is beyond them being able to choose to sit in the locker room so they do not bring attention to their unwillingness to show respect.
Which brings me to the question, what will be done to those who do not come forward for a person that they feel should be pardoned? At that point, should their injustice to our country be addressed? The football field is not a platform for their personal interest. People go to their games for the sport, not to support the players personal beliefs and complaints.
To this day, it doesn’t matter how many times I have heard it, I still get goose bumps hearing our National Anthem played and hearing the cheers and ovation that is given by everyone afterwards. This is one tradition that our country needs to uphold and pass down from generation to generation.
Now, come forward players, tell us who has been wronged, or get back to showing some respect.