Speaking at a meeting between owners, team executives and commissioner Roger Goodell, Houston Texans owner Bob McNair reportedly said “we can’t have the inmates running the prison” in response to NFL players taking a knee during the United States national anthem.
On Friday, Seth Wickersham and Don Van Natta Jr. of ESPN.com detailed the protest-focused meetings this month, which featured both private gatherings and a separate large session that also included players. They noted McNair’s statement in the owners’ exchange of concerns “stunned some in the room.”
Well let’s just look at the photo of this man. Does that look like the face of a man who likes minorities? Or does that look like the face of a man who calls the cops when he sees black skin in his gated community? Trick question: it’s the latter.
Shout out to Bob McNair for just saying what every owner feels and shout out to the owners in the room for pretending to be ‘stunned’ when they heard his comments. Old rich white men are tired of being oppressed in this country. For decades they were silenced and forced to live in the shadows but they’re out and they’re proud.
I’m honestly shocked he said ‘inmates’ and not ‘monkeys’. McNair showed some real restraint there and you have to respect him for biting his tongue. Throw this man on the next Sports Illustrated ‘unity‘ cover as soon as possible. Go Texans.
Sidenote: How hyped do you think this scumbag was when Steve McNair died? “Finally, we get the family back where it belongs” *chugs milk*
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