NFL PLAYERS KNEEL FOR U.S. NATIONAL ANTHEM, STAND FOR BRITISH ANTHEM DURING SAINTS-DOLPHINS LONDON GAME

 

NFL players kneel for U.S. national anthem, stand for British anthem during Saints-Dolphins London game


Photos from today’s game in England, where they stood for “God Save the Queen” and protested the USA and provable myth of racial inequality in the USA by kneeling before or during the playing of our national anthem on the field in London.

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Three members of the Dolphins —¬†Kenny Stills, Michael Thomas and Julius Thomas — are seen kneeling during “The Star-Spangled Banner.”¬†All three then stood for the British anthem, “God Save the Queen,” which was sung because the game was being played in England.
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The Saints do the Dallas version of the 1/2 protest against America by kneeling to support
the myth, and then standing to avoid more controversy

 

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