Mercifully, the regular season in the NFL has come to a close which means that there is not much longer until patriotic Americans will not longer have to deal with being insulted on a weekly basis by these anthem kneeling crybabies.

Just because the NFL regular season has now come to a close, it doesn’t mean that the national anthem protests are over yet – they are likely going to continue all the way up to the Super Bowl.

The most tumultuous year in National Football League history was marked by the hijacking of the game by a cadre of race-obsessed multimillionaire militants who decided that spitting on the flag, dishonoring the military and veterans and hating on the police was a message that would resonate with the public.

They were wrong.

NFL television ratings took an unprecedented plunge as patriotic fans who were not only offended by the actions of grievance mongers but liked their sports served up without a side of radical leftist politics.

The inspirational leader for the national anthem protests – Colin Kaepernick – never played a game in 2017 but his disciples defiled the sidelines with their anti-American antics and many will continue to do so in the playoffs.

Sunday’s slate of games featured many of these Prima Donnas continuing with their act…

Via The Hill “NFL national anthem protests continue during final week of regular season”: More than a dozen NFL players protested during or right after the national anthem on Sunday, the final weekend of the league’s regular season.

Nine Seattle Seahawks players sat or knelt during the anthem prior to the teams’ game, as they have throughout the season. Michael Bennett, Marcus Smith, Frank Clark, Dion Jordan and others were among those demonstrating, The Associated Press reported.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews remained off the field during the national anthem before his team’s game, while his teammates, Brian Orakpo and Jurrell Casey, raised their fists once the anthem ended.

Kenny Stills of the Miami Dolphins also knelt prior to his team’s game while the anthem played.

San Francisco 49ers players Reuben Foster, Marquise Goodwin, Louis Murphy and Eric Reid all knelt during the anthem before their team’s game, according to The AP.

The numbers are way down from week three when NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell all but ordered players to protest after comments made by President Trump on the kneelers. It was on that week that hundreds of players took their knees, stayed in the locker rooms or sat on their rumps because they hated Trump, many of them admitted it.

The league eventually got the numbers down although the trash-talking Seattle Seahawks continued to have the most players protesting, this happened again yesterday in a loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Had a bit more attention been paid to the playbook instead of sticking it to the white supremacist society that made them millionaires, they may have made the playoffs.

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