Curry Lake achieved legendary status after refusing to stand up for the ‘Black National’

There is only one national anthem. And it’s the only Americans who should stand and honor, hand over hearts.

However, in their never-ending quest to appease awakened social justice warriors, the NFL has decided to play what America would like to call the ‘Black National Anthem’ before Sunday’s Super Bowl game.

Former Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake was no nonsense.

An image quickly spread of Lake sitting in her seat, incredibly unimpressed, while others around her stood while the so-called music played.

On social media, she responded to the film’s caption, “I’m here The National Anthem.”

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Curry Lake refuses to stand for ‘black national anthem’

The ‘Black National Anthem’ was played for the first time before Sunday’s Super Bowl game, a milestone Curry Lake seemingly couldn’t care less about.

Neither should he.

The National Football League (NFL) announced in 2020 that they would perform the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing” live or play before the recording. original National Anthem during their weekly competition.

Because apparently waking up means different music – black and white – to different people. That sounds an awful lot like separation.

But then, that’s what the left wants – to reverse the roles and set us back 100 years on race relations. At some point down the line, no doubt they’ll push for the ‘Black National Anthem’ to be played as the exclusive song before big games.

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Nothing perfectly exemplifies the NFL’s hypocrisy like having end zone messages that say “end to racism” while trying to racially divide America. And yet, that’s exactly what they’re trying to do.

Curry Lake had the right to sit during the ‘Black National Anthem’. In fact, the only thing that would have been better was if he moved to the center aisle and took a knee instead.

Many people saw Lake’s figure sitting while other silly lemmings stood for a fake national anthem and applauded him.

Singer Lisa Matasa reacted to the film saying, “For the record, it’s ‘One Nation Under God’. There is no reason to sow division with two national anthems during #SuperBowlLVII.”

“The real national anthem is for all people,” said one person Lake North.

“Proud of him!” Newsmax contributor and former lawyer for President Donald Trump writes Jenna Ellis.

Radio host Todd Starnes noted how the rousing liberal crowd would have booed him whether he stood or sat for the ‘Black National Anthem’.

“There’s no reason to stand for a song that’s not our national anthem – but if (Lake) had stood – they would have accused him of cultural appropriation,” he mused.

No doubt.

With a pathetic, almost no tackle product on the field, decisions made by referees who have obviously taken more social justice classes than official ones, we now have to be constantly lectured about how racist America is during the game.

Hence the need for a fake ‘black national anthem’.

On the flip side of the current debate, it has.

In 2016 the Dallas Cowboys were banned from wearing decals honoring fallen members of the Dallas Police Department.

The Cowboys requested an opportunity to remember the victims of the July 2016 Dallas shooting, in which officers were specifically targeted.

The NFL denied that request.

Watching this rubbish league is like watching ‘The View’ but with the hosts wearing shoulder pads. They woke up. They are hypocrites. And they are pathetic.

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