NFL censors vets

Because the television ratings weren’t falling fast enough for the NFL Commissioner:

America’s leading veterans service group claims the NFL censored their Super Bowl commercial because it criticized the league’s kneeling protests.

The NFL originally approached AMVETS to run an ad during the most watched game of the year.

However, the league rejected the commercial because it used #PleaseStand and showed American service members saluting the flag….

NFL Vice President of Communications Brian McCarthy released a statement saying the Super Bowl has “never been a place for advertising that could be considered by some as a political statement.”

In spite of this claim, last year’s Super Bowl game featured two controversial commercials, both attacking President Trump’s immigration policies.

Has anyone considered the possibility that Roger Goodell is a Major League Baseball plant, not unlike the way NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman was an NBA plant sent by David Stern?


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