The NFL’s anti-American protest consumed the country in 2017.
Spoiled athletes wiped their feet on the memory of America’s heroes by kneeling during the national anthem.
James “Mad Dog” Mattis was asked about the protests and he wrecked the crybaby millionaires with just four words.
After Donald Trump spoke for the majority of Americans and ripped the anti-American NFL protesters, over 150 players knelt during the playing of the Star Spangled Banner.
It was a disgraceful scene that pleased the liberal sports media, but alienated the league fans – who showed their disapproval by showering team with boos at multiple stadiums across the league.
The media did their best to try and pull other members of the Trump administration into the controversy in the hopes that one would break ranks with the President and defend the anti-American protesters.
One reporter hounded Secretary of Defense James “Mad Dog” Mattis for an answer but Mattis swatted away the question – and the protesters – with one four word answer.
Mattis dropped a truth bomb on the players and the media by simply stating “we defend the country.”
"I'm the secretary of defense. We defend the country." — Mattis, when asked about the NFL situation, per transcript
— Dave Brown (@dave_brown24) September 25, 2017
When Mattis said “we defend the country” he reminded everyone that the men and women in uniform put their lives on the line so deluded millionaires have the freedom to disrespect their sacrifice.
What were your thoughts on the anthem protests?
Will the NFL put an end to them in 2018?
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