Dak Prescott National Anthem Controversy Proves Message About Police Brutality Is Lost

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (courtesy USA Today)
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (courtesy USA Today)

Oakland News Now, QB, is being called a “sellout for supporting the National Anthem and rejecting protest. Ok? So? He’s American.

Did everyone forget the real issue here? I always thought the idea was to bring attention to police brutality against black Americans? What is going on that we, including the media, have forgotten that?

Those calling A sellout are just being mean. Aside from the fact that there is far too much meanness in American society today, they are flat wrong. While I disagree with Dak, he Has the right to have that position as a black, white, Latino, Asian, or whatever American.

Just as President Donald Trump has the right to support flag burning, which he did do before he ran for President. So what?

The real point is what are we going to do to stop police brutality against blacks in America? Each time we go into a talk about the anthem, we miss the point. Look, you could be called a sellout for not mentioning the police brutality problem.

That would include you, Dak, and pretty much everyone. Please stop the noise. Use the anthem talk to bring new attention to the police brutality issue. Talk it. Change it.

Stay tuned.

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