BOYCOTT: NBC Makes Sickening Super Bowl Announcemen… Anthem-Kneelers Celebrate

It’s no surprise at this point that a majority of the broadcast networks have been in the tank for the Democratic party for years. When NFL players began disrespecting our troops by kneeling for the national anthem, networks rushed to show the kneeling players in order to appease their liberal audience.

But over time, they realized that America was ticked. Most of us didn’t want the players to kneel or at the very least, we didn’t want to see it. That was especially true as NFL ratings took a nosedive week after week during the regular season.

However, one of the geniuses at NBC just rocked the sports world with an announcement about their plans for kneeling players at the 2018 Superbowl and America– you should be TICKED.

Fox News reports:

NBC will keep the cameras rolling on any NFL players who choose to kneel during the “The Star-Spangled Banner” when the network airs Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, according to the game’s executive producer.

“When you are covering a live event, you are covering what’s happening,” NBC Sports EP Fred Gaudelli said at a Television Critics Association event on Tuesday.

“If there are players who choose to kneel, they will be shown live,” he said.

The anthem will be aired live and is scheduled to be performed by Pink. Potential protestors will have an opportunity to make a statement in front of a massive audience, as 112.2 million people watched Super Bowl LI last season – the fifth most-watched program in television history.

Gaudelli said the broadcasting team of Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth would probably identify the players, explain the backstory of the polarizing protests “and then get on with the game.”

During the final week of the regular season, 19 players kneeled, sat, or stayed in the locker room for the National Anthem in protest.

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the national anthem last season to protest racial inequality and police brutality. The demonstration sparked a surge of NFL protests by players during the anthem that repeatedly have been denounced by President Trump.

Trump kindled a feud with the NFL and players who kneel during the National Anthem at a rally in September, when he called for players to be fired if they disrespected the flag. Several players and coaches condemned Trump’s comments and locked arms in solidarity during the anthem. Some players have decided to stay in the locker room and skip the anthem altogether.

NBC’s “Will and Grace” star Debra Messing recently praised her 13-year-old son last week for refusing to stand for the national anthem when he attended a New York Rangers game at Madison Square Garden. Meanwhile, Trump retweeted an image last week appearing to show a grieving military family, in a message to NFL players who “still kneel.”

Putting a spotlight on Anthem protestors during the Super Bowl will presumably irk Trump, but NBC has plenty of experience agitating the president. NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” lampoons Trump on a regular basis and the network recently blamed a third party for an errant tweet backing Oprah Winfrey to run for president.

Kaepernick has not been signed by a team since parting ways with the 49ers. He has accused the league’s owners of colluding to keep him off the field.

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