FC Dallas Allows Fans Back To Protest National Anthem…Gets Booed

Sports leagues have been able to pledge their allegiance to Black Lives Matter as fans have been banned from attending games, as fans are slowly welcomed back, resistance to their anti-American pandering will not be light.

Fans in Dallas, Texas have waited over five months to see live sports following the coronavirus outbreak and Major League Soccer thought it would be a great idea to protest the US national anthem…in Dallas…Texas.

Needless to say, fans were not happy.

When FC Dallas and Nashville SC collectively took a knee during the national anthem before their MLS game on Wednesday night in Frisco, Texas there were booed by a good number of the 5,000 fans in attendance.


FC Dallas defender Reggie Cannon said he was disgusted by the boos at Toyota Stadium when players and officials knelt to call attention to racial injustice. He said teammate Ryan Hollingshead turned to him afterward and said he was sorry.

“You got fans booing you for people taking a stand for what they believe in,” Cannon continued. “Millions of other people support this cause and we discussed with every other team and the league what we’re going to do and we’ve got fans booing us in our own stadium. How disgraceful is that? Honestly, for lack of a better word, it pissed me off. … You can’t even have support form your own fans in your own stadium. It’s baffling to me.”

“We had someone chanting U.S.A., but they don’t understand what kneeling means. They don’t understand why we’re kneeling. They can’t see the reason. They think we’re the ignorant ones.”

“It’s incredibly frustrating. I’m sorry to have this tone, but you have to call it for what it is.” Cannon Said.

Following the death of George Floyd, every major sports league in the world have bent over backwards to appease the Black Lives Matter movement, a movement that directly opposes everything that the United States and Western society stands for such as capitalism, patriotism, and traditional families.

Clearly, the fans are not buying the progressive lie that anthem protests are not a statement against America as a country and called them out for what it was.

Sports leagues have been able to pledge their allegiance to Black Lives Matter as fans have been banned from attending games, as fans are slowly welcomed back, resistance to their anti-American pandering will not be light.

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  1. Logan has something like 680k subscribers. Nice.

    I would go a little further. The people doing the booing paid money to be entertained, not to have the “entertainers” personal politics shoved in their face. They may be booing because they don’t agree, or they may also be booing because you’re using their valuable time and money to push what amounts to an advertisement. If my local sports team came on the field and began waving “Trump” flags around for the national anthem, I’d be just as annoyed. People go to sports to escape politics.

    The same goes double for Hollywood.

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  2. These last 6 months were “hell” because you couldn’t play soccer? You’re a wealthy successful athlete at the national pinnacle of your sport, please enlighten us how much “hell” you really went through.
    Furthermore, you seemed to have reached out and contacted the league, other teams, staff, sponsors, etc. in order to validate your position, but at no point did you think to reach out to the largest support group you have — your fans — in order to see what their position on what’s happening is?
    Yes, you are in fact ignorant. If you’re supporting BLM you are supporting an organization that has clearly elucidated what it’s goals are: the destablization of the United States and the nuclear family in order to facilitate a Marxist revolution. They’ve welcomed a former domestic terrorist extremists who has bombed federal buildings into their organization. They’ve explicitly stated such — several times. You’re supporting the continuous vilification of an entire race of people based solely on the immutable characteristic of skin color. They openly ignore any legitimate proof of their hypocrisy and only care about black lives when they’re taken by white people. Where were they for David Dorn? Where were they for the young black men who were shot at CHAZ? Where were they when Chicago was breaking weekend murder and shooting records? How about that lovely group who was going around threatening business owners into submitting to demands? How about condemning the people who smashed and looted a Ronald McDonald house full of sick children? Or how about they condemn shooting people at funerals? I could continue on and on listing all the atrocious behavior that’s concomitant to BLM, but let me say this: they don’t condemn violence, looting, arson or anything else; in fact, they’ve also publicly said it’s what’s “owed to them.”

    So, yes, I don’t support BLM as a movement. But I support everyone and anyone as long as they are honest and good people — I don’t care what color they are. I love this country and don’t believe it was created just to spite a group of people — that’s stupid.

    BLM is a group that uses racial tensions to gain profit and engage in the political framework of our country. How much of the tens of millions of dollars that BLM as an organization has made have gone to legitimately helping black communities? I see plenty of cash being funneled into Democrat super PAC’s, and a massive amount of spending in marketing campaigns and salaries, yet so very little going to local chapters — and even less to actual communities. So far they appear to be nothing more than a group looking to exploit others for their own gain. They’re not antithetical to the “system” — they, and those like them, are the system. Helping the black community is secondary to helping themselves and the politicians they support.

    So, while I understand you simply assuming, “everyone who disagrees must be racist,” I’d like to take a moment to assure you that people like me are definitely not the ignorant ones. I can tell you the precise reasons I don’t support kneeling and the movement without the need for hyperbole and fabrications, but can you actually do the same for those who disagree? I somehow doubt it.

    While I still maintain that the officer that killed Mr. Floyd should be punished through due process, I very much disagree that he is representative of all police officers. I’ve heard many BLM supporters and protestors claim that those who are hurting others, looting, and rioting are the minority, and don’t represent the movement as a whole, which I can agree with; however, that works both ways. There are around 800,000 police officers in the U.S. alone. That’s nearly a million boys in blue that are out there on the streets helping to protect people. These cases, while certainly tragic, don’t represent the police as a whole either. Much like any very large group of people there’s bound to be a few bad apples who don’t reflect the values that the institutions should uphold, but I sincerely doubt those people represent all of the good hardworking officers who do their job daily — like providing protection and security for your games for instance.

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