NFL Thug Bashes Trump, Protests Anthem – Gets MASSIVE Karmic Payback After What Just Happened to His Ankle


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Ever since Colin Kaepernick started the disgusting trend of kneeling during our national anthem, dozens of other thugs have followed suit and taken up the cause of disrespecting our flag. Thankfully however, after bashing Trump and kneeling during the anthem for MONTHS, one of the worst contenders just got some massive payback.


Liberals have been trying to undermine this country from within for decades, ever since the cultural revolution of the 1960’s—Marxists and Socialists understand that you can’t destroy such a strong country as America using force, but rather using “cultural subversion.”

This is why they constantly parade anti-American propaganda on television, in music, and have social justice warriors running college campuses like they’re daycare centers. Their goal is to create a generation so hopelessly brainwashed and liberal, that we can’t even run our own country anymore.

It should come as no surprise then that NFL thugs have been doubling down on the anti-American rhetoric, with their constant virtue signalling, kneeling during our national anthem, and bashing President Trump—but after Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks gave this country his worst, it seems that fate dished it right back.

The NFL thug had previously defended Kaepernick, the man who started this entire sick trend of disrespecting our flag and our veterans, saying that “his heart was pure,” and that “he was trying to do the right thing.” Well, unfortunately for Sherman, he won’t be playing in the NFL for much longer.

ESPN reports that he will miss the rest of the season, and potentially even more, after suffering from a ruptured Achilles tendon in his game last night:

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman will miss the rest of the season after suffering a ruptured Achilles tendon in Thursday night’s 22-16 win over the Arizona Cardinals.

Sherman exited the game in the third quarter and did not return. He says he expects to undergo surgery after swelling in the Achilles goes down in the next few days.

“No coming back from that until you get surgery,” head coach Pete Carroll said, adding that Sherman “couldn’t even walk” after leaving the game and standing on the sideline.

“He’s been a bastion of consistency, competitiveness and toughness. We’re going to miss the heck out of him.”

Sherman, who has never missed a game since entering the league in 2011, said his Achilles has been bothering him all season and that he has tried to avoid making any drastic cuts. On the play in which he was hurt, Sherman said the defense was playing Cover 2 and that he was going for an interception.

“I thought I could get the ball. Once it popped, just unfortunate,” said Sherman, who was visibly emotional at times while addressing reporters. “One of those things that you have to play through for as long as you can. When it goes, it goes.

“I’ve put a lot of stress on it. Think it would have gone eventually.”

God has a strange way of dishing out justice in the world, and while many believe that the NFL players are doing their best to protest racial inequality, others simply aren’t having it. They’ve been given millions and millions of dollars by the system that we live in, and then have the nerve to claim that it’s stacked against them?

It isn’t. Nothing is stacked against anyone—and the only thing keeping the black community down is their gang culture that encourages laziness, gang banging, violence, and drug dealing. Anyone can make it big in this country if they just have the determination to get it done.

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