WATCH: Country Singer Mocking NFL Protests Goes VIRAL – “Take A Knee MY A$$!”


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Ever since Colin Kaepernick started the disgusting trend of kneeling during the national anthem, liberals in this country began rallying behind him in an effort to insult our country even further. Well unfortunately for the left, it seems that conservatives have just found someone to rally behind for ourselves.


If there’s one type of music that liberals hate, it’s country music—good old fashioned southern folk singing about God, guns, and their love of America just hits all the wrong buttons for leftists. It should come as no surprise then, that the following video is triggering millions of social justice warriors all across the country.

After learning about the sick trend of protesting our national anthem, Neal McCoy decided to get to work. He’s known for such massive hits as The Shake, They’re Playing Our Song, and No Doubt About It, but after this newest NFL-smashing hit single was released, he may end up on the Billboard’s Top 10.

The new single, entitled “Take a Knee, My Ass (I Won’t Take a Knee)” was released on Facebook Live in response to the recent NFL protests disrespecting our flag—and while some have attacked the song as a grab for money, McCoy insists that it’s not about that.

“I’ve been on 15 USO tours,” the country singer says. “I’ve entertained our troops in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq, and all over the world—so no, this is not a money grab. This is a guy that believes in our country, that does not like people kneeling, not standing with their hands over their hearts, for the Pledge of Allegiance and the National Anthem. That’s what I’m about.”

According to NBC 4, he also attacked GQ for naming Kaepernick the “Man of the Year” in their latest 2017 issue. “If you haven’t seen it they named their GQ Citizen of the Year for 2017, Colin Kaepernick,” McCoy says. “Now I didn’t read the article…I understand they’re probably going to say he’s done a lot for Civil Rights and everything, and maybe he has…but taking a knee during the National Anthem at a professional NFL game is not the way to do it.”

The lyrics to McCoy’s new hit single, “Take a Knee My Ass,” can be seen below:

[Verse 1]

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America

I’ll stand and place my hand upon my heart every time her anthem plays

When I see somebody on TV take their stand on bended knee, whether it’s on astroturf or grass…

I think of those whose freedom was not free, and I say…take a knee my ass!

 

[Chorus]

I’ll stand up for the flag, take off my hat for Old Glory

Thank God I live in the home of the brave and the land of the free

I’ll honor the ones who gave it all so we’re all free to go play ball

If only for their sake, I won’t take a knee

 

[Verse 2]

From Valley Forge to Vietnam, 9/11 to Afghanistan, that star spangled banner does yet wave

I won’t forget I owe a debt of gratitude I never can repay

Arm in arm and side by side, American heroes fell and died, is showing some respect too much to ask?

I speak for those whose freedom was not free, and I say…take a knee my ass!

 

[Chorus]

I’ll stand up for the flag, take off my hat for Old Glory

Thank God I live in the home of the brave and the land of the free

I’ll honor the ones who gave it all so we’re all free to go play ball

If only for their sake, I won’t take a knee

BOOM! That’s the type of American spirit that we need in this country—not some entitled crybaby NFL millionaire complaining about how this country has treated him unfairly, while he’s earning ungodly amounts of money and getting all of the perks of being a celebrity.

It’s high time for the patriots in this country to band together and stop watching any and all sports games where players protest the national anthem. This is bigger than you or I, and it’s bigger than the Seahawks or the 49ers—this is about showing respect to our veterans, both the ones who are still here…and the ones who gave their lives for us.

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