Seahawks Player Just Made RIDICULOUS Statement About Cowboys Owner, “Reminds Me Of…”

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Huny Badger AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell stated again on Wednesday that he’d prefer his players to stand during the national anthem but as of now, no league mandate is coming down to require players to do as such.

Mandate or no mandate, Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett plans to return to his seat during the anthem on Sundays.

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“I plan on sitting down. Like I said, I continue to do what I’ve been doing and the consequences are the consequences I guess,” Bennett said on Wednesday.

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BOYCOTT THE NFL

Bennett is nothing more than a puppet for Black Power and Black Lives Matter, simply another clown that is paid millions to play a game and wants to have a Black Nation.

Bennett has sat during the anthem during the majority of the preseason and regular season to demonstrate against racial inequality; however, in the team’s previous game, he did stand and instead interlocked arms with the rest of his defensive line in a show of respect to the victims in the Las Vegas mass shooting the Monday prior to their game, Breitbart reports.

But, now the veteran defensive end has made it clear that he’ll sit again and also addressed, rather pointedly, the owners who’ve required their teams to stand, specifically Jerry Jones who said any players who sit during the anthem will not play.

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“If teams don’t want guys to play, even if you think about what Jerry Jones said, it’s crazy,” Bennett continued. “It’s inconsiderate of a person being a human being. To me, I just thought it reminded me of the Dred Scott case. You’re property; so you don’t have the ability to be a person first. And I think in this generation that sends the wrong message to young kids and young people across the world — that your employer doesn’t see you as a human being; they see you as a piece of property. And if that’s the case, then I don’t get it.”

The Dred Scott case, that Bennett referred to, was the Supreme Court ruling in 1857 that as property or descendants of property, slaves had no legal standing in court, as they were never intended to be citizens. That decision began what sowed the seeds for the U.S. Civil War.

Invoking that case has powerful implications and Bennett clearly knew exactly the point he was making by driving the point home of owners seeing their employees as property.

Even as the NFL has not formulated its own rule on how to handle the anthem, he’s clearly not pleased that any owners, or as Bennett prefers to call them employers, have been allowed to curtail the demonstrations.

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Meanwhile in Seattle, no such rule exists and Bennett will continue to make his point during the anthem, as a result.

In a social media post, Bennett claimed he was singled out for “simply being a black man.” He added that “the officers’ excessive use of force was unbearable.”

Officers responded to reports of a possible active shooter in the casino around 1:30 on Aug. 27 after the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight.

According to McMahill, the officers claimed that Bennett was crouched down behind a gaming machine and then was spotted running.

“You hear the officer approaching the door saying, ‘There he is.’ He gives chase, Mr. Bennett jumped over the wall, our officer jumped went over the wall immediately thereafter,” McMahill said. He said Bennett was detained for 10 minutes and released.

Bennett said he was not given “any justification” for his apprehension.

McMahill said the department is asking citizens who taped the incident on their phones to send footage to the internal affairs department.

McMahill said the department didn’t learn about Bennett’s allegations until the social media post went up. He asked Bennett to contact the internal affairs office to detail his accusations.

Las Vegas Police Department undersheriff Kevin McMahill held a news conference Wednesday to respond to Bennett’s allegations, which Bennett revealed earlier in the day.

“Many of the folks today have called this an incident of bias-based policing, police officers focusing solely on the race of an individual that they’re going to stop,” McMahill said. “I can tell you as I stand here today, I see no evidence of that. I see no evidence that race played any role in this incident”

This clown is acting as if he was arrested and sent to prison for being black, when he was literally detained for 10 minutes while the LEO cleared the situation and once his ID was ran and cleared, they released him.

 

AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

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