NFL rejects veterans group’s ‘Please Stand’ ad for Super Bowl — myfox8.com NFL HYPOCRITES


The NFL rejected an ad from a veterans group that wanted to publish in its Super Bowl program. The full-page ad from AMVETS would have featured a military honor guard holding an American flag and the text #PleaseStand at the top of the page. After many NFL players chose to kneel in protest during the singing of…

via NFL rejects veterans group’s ‘Please Stand’ ad for Super Bowl — myfox8.com

AMVETS rejected by NFL because they would be making a political statement…….says the NFL.   Which is exactly what the players have been doing.    At least the AMVETS would have been paying for it.   The players get paid despite making their political statement.

The NFL is a pathetic joke!

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4 thoughts on “NFL rejects veterans group’s ‘Please Stand’ ad for Super Bowl — myfox8.com NFL HYPOCRITES”

  1. When the NFL players don’t stand for our National Anthem

    Is that not making a political statement

    Will the NFL players be making that very same statement at the Super Bowl?

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    1. EVERYONE SHOULD BOYCOTT THE SUPER BOWL TO MAKE A STATEMENT, AND NOT EVEN WAIT TO SEE IF THEY ARE GOING TO STAND FOR THE NATIONAL ANTHEM OR NOT. IF ANYONE DOES ATTEND THE SUPER BOWL OR EVEN WATCH IT ON THE TUBE, THEY ARE MAKING A STATEMENT TO THE NFL PLAYERS, YES WE APPROVE OF YOU NOT STANDING. DO NOT TAKE A CHANCE, JUST COUNT ON BOYCOTTING AND AVOIDING THE WHOLE DAMNED THING COMPLETELY, AND MAKE A STATEMENT TO THEM. THEY SHOULD BE SENT ON AN ICEBERG, WHERE THERE IS NO NATIONAL ANTHEM AND THERE IS NO FLAG.

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