If NFL players believe Black Lives Matter, they will protest ‘pinkfest’

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If NFL players believe Black Lives Matter, they should protest ‘pinkfest’

In a lame but politically correct attempt by the National Football League (NFL) to address accusations of being slow to support players who have demonstrated against racism and police violence, Roger Goodell decided to allow players to wear messages like “Black Lives Matter” on their uniforms, but if NFL players want to truly fight “social injustice,” they should be protesting “pinkfest.”

For those of you still watching NFL football, you’ve likely witnessed how the league and its owners have fully embraced the Black Lives Matter agenda of Colin Kaepernick and his load of lies by encouraging the fake protests of millionaire NFL players to fix the non-existent problem.

From playing the so-called black national anthem (Lift Every Voice) prior to playing the REAL national anthem (The Star Spangled Banner) at every game to letting players wear one of six messages on the back of their helmets (End Racism, Stop Hate, It Takes All of Us, Black Lives Matter, Inspire Change, and Say Their Stories), the NFL has fully embraced an ideology that borders on Marxism, not social justice.

If you are still watching, you know that the NFL’s annual “pinkfest” known as “Crucial Catch” is about to commence — a grand marketing scheme designed primarily to sucker female fans into watching football games while providing very little money to find a cure for cancer.

The Crucial Catch program designates any money left over after the league takes its share to “cover costs” (they claim to keep no “profits”) to the American Cancer Society, but an indirect beneficiary of the pinkfest is the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

The Komen Foundation receives a cut of the sales of pink cleats, gloves, wristbands, etc. worn by players in addition to cashing in on other fundraising events held by the individual teams who are free to affiliate with Komen directly under league rules.

If you’re pro-life, you know that Planned Parenthood has been been making money hand-over-fist thanks to Trump and the Republicans, and that they make money selling the body parts harvested from the remains of murdered unborn babies thanks, again, to Trump and the Republicans.

But did you also know that Komen has provided grants and other donations to Planned Parenthood?

Although Komen claims their donations pay for services other than abortion, money is fungible, which means Komen’s donations — just like taxpayer funding — free up funds in other areas for Planned Parenthood to provide abortions.

When Komen’s connection to Planned Parenthood was exposed a few years back, the organization claimed it would no longer send money to the baby butchers. The reality, however, is that Komen has been playing a game of misdirection by keeping their distance nationally while allowing local chapters to give money to Planned Parenthood.

Now, here’s an inconvenient truth for NFL players: not all Black Lives Matter in the world of Planned Parenthood.

Margaret Sanger, the founder of the American Birth Control League which later became Planned Parenthood, was a firm believer in “negative eugenics” as a way to eliminate the “unfit” by preventing them from being born.

In the 1930s, Sanger used negative eugenics to create the “Negro Project,” a plan designed to “kill off the black race.” And it was her work in negative eugenics that inspired Adolf Hitler to eventually slaughter over six-million Jews.

Last year, in a lame attempt to distance itself from Margaret Sanger and show support for Black Lives Matter, Planned Parenthood volunteered to correct the “historical reproduction harm” it has caused in communities of color. So, to make up for the murder of millions of unborn black babies as part of Margaret Sanger’s plan to “exterminate the Negro population,” Planned Parenthood decided to rewrite its history by removing their founder’s name from a Manhattan clinic.

Like I said, it was a lame attempt.

For the NFL players committed to protesting “injustice,” here’s what I would like to see:

Since the NFL has decided it will respect a player’s right to protest on the field, I want pro-life players to refuse to wear pink and to have nothing to do with the bogus Crucial Catch program as a form of protest in defense of life. Refuse to appear in the media. Refuse to appear on the field. Refuse to wear pink. Refuse to appear anywhere the Crucial Catch logo is displayed.

I especially want to challenge black players to participate in the protest because Planned Parenthood was founded by Margaret Sanger, and it was her goal to “infiltrate the black community by presenting birth control as a health option for women to kill off the black race (and) limiting the growth of the population by abortion and sterilization.”

When you consider that over 80 percent of surgical abortion mills are located in the inner city and minority neighborhoods and that millions upon millions of black babies have been murdered by abortion since 1973, this is clearly a real social injustice issue.

When Collin Kaepernick started this nonsense by protesting the National Anthem, he justified his actions by saying, “I am not going to stand up and show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color.”

If we changed a few words, we could use his approach to protest abortion and the infanticide of black Americans by saying, “I am not going to stand up and show pride in the NFL’s pinkfest when it supports an organization that murders unborn babies and sells their body parts, particularly the babies of blacks and people of color.”

If NFL players truly believe that Black Lives Matter, they will protest pinkfest . . . not the flag.


David Leach is the owner of the Strident Conservative. He holds people of every political stripe accountable for their failure to uphold conservative values, and he promotes those values instead of political parties.

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