NFL, Florida, Matt Jenkins discussed on Joe Pags

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Now, here's the deal with every radio station across this land, one hundred twelve of you if you love the idea that we're back live, and you can hear us on the ride home or junior stuff. Make sure you let the station. No. If you're unhappy about it just keep it to yourself. Hello. I figured that. You did you did. In fact. All right. So we've got the caravan heading this way, we've got the debate that happened in Florida last night between the socialist Andrew gillum, and in the Republican Ron to Santa shirt, Ron right here on this program on Friday. So you've got that going for you, which is nice. And we also we also have the I guess the NFL players are not mad at each other. Boy, did I miss something over the weekend. I don't watch the NFL have watched him in three seasons now except for the Super Bowls. Is it true that that one player was another player because the other player was wasn't kneeling down anymore? I don't know if it's this. Yeah. But I don't know if it's one hundred percent that. Beef between these tweets now, it's it has to deal with them. And I think it has to do overall because guess he's calling him a sell out. And I don't know if Michael Jenkins remember his name from somebody Jenkins delegates Michael though it somebody Jenkins. I so I don't know if he is the head of of the he has to do with the players union necessarily. But I think he's. Right. And so I guess he's been doing south and helping out I guess his either charities our communities for the NFL and that other guy. Is it Eric remember the guy's name? I would guess somebody read Eric Reed. He was one of the the first he was calling cabernet teammate on the forty Niners back in the back when cholera cabernet was there. And he just recently got signed with with Carolina. So it's a pretty interesting that he's saying doing what he's doing considering. Let's let's let's talk about with this whole kneeling is supposed to be about. Now you and I might disagree and a lot of people listening and watching my disagree. But I'm going to tell you what Capri said it was about when he first did it again he didn't start kneeling. You started sitting and then ended up kneeling. Because it was more demonstrative or something that other people started kneeling to she said it was because he wasn't going to stand for the flag of the anthem for a country that bet that killed innocent black men, and and put people administrative leave with pay or something. His problem was that he believes we're an oppressive country where police officers suit up every day and go to work looking to kill a black guy. That's that's what he wants us to believe. And he wants to believe he's starting because now there have been plenty of side stories that he's dating some woman who's a radical lefty, maybe maybe a Muslim the Muslim or not not be radical. But allegedly she's a Muslim got his ear. Here's a guy that was raised in the suburbs by white family. He was adopted. Here's a guy that was always unabashed about as Christianity doesn't talk about that much anymore. He takes pictures with people like, Linda Sarsour. So Colin Kaepernick is either ignorant or he's just not somebody who likes the country is one of the other. But he also started doing this when he was benched he wasn't doing this. When he was the starting quarterback for the for the San Francisco forty Niners walked away from a contract worth ten ten million or eleven million dollars a year. And then he turned down another contract with another another team Denver Broncos. He's pretending like he's being blacklisted or black to the NFL. Let's let's say that he was really he really get his heart and soul decided he was gonna meal because he thought that there was something unjust happening in the community between the black community black neighborhoods, and the police let's take him at his word that that's his problem was an polo. Correct me if I'm wrong here, you know, more about the NFL tonight because I'm not paying attention to it. But the NFL as far as I understand has dedicated and promised a hundred million dollars to make things better between the police and communities and for so called social Justice. That is the number right? It's one hundred million dollars. Yeah. So the NFL steps up and says, all right? We hear you. We would like for you to stand up and show respect for the flag for those who have died defending the flag, and what it symbolizes and for the national anthem. We'd like you to stand up. We will give you one hundred million dollars toward your protests of worked. We'll give you a hundred million. Here's one hundred million dollars. And and let's start working on this problem. Let's get back to playing football and stopped the whole dealing stuff. So the one guy read tells the other guy Jenkins who stopped kneeling, I guess he's standing now and read is still kneeling because he's an idiot idiot readers Matt Jenkins for saying. All right. One hundred million dollars sounds good. Let's make that happen. Let's fix the problem. We've been saying there there is read is Matt Jenkins for saying. Thank you for stepping up hearing are protests and doing the right thing. Read just wants to continue kneeling. We do. I have it right, Paul. He's calling the sell out because he actually said well, thank you for stepping up hearing are protests and doing what we believe to be the right? Thing. Right. That is what happened right? He's calling him a sell out because he's actually not feeling anymore because the NFL stepped up and said, we'll do something. Protests about if it wasn't about about fixing whatever they felt the problem was that's what they're trying to do. Were you gonna say I mean, pretty much accusing basically taking the money from the NFL and then right? And I guess basically shutting up now. Well, I guess here's a simpleton. You told me this every day. I'm a simpleton. What exactly is it that you kneeling about then if it's not about solving a problem, whether a figment of your imagination or a a real problem solving that then what is it about just to get a camera trained on you? While you deal is it so that you can wear a fell Castro shirt to a press conference after the game. Like capper Nick did holding up on high a murderous dictator and Cuba's Fidel Castro. What is this actually about is it about just getting attention is it about tweets is about re tweets what's it about? If it's done about solving the problem. Now, if you want to solve the problem, and you want to kneel or protest or do what you think will help to bring the solution. Although I disagree with you when you claim this is the problem. You at least you'd have an game. You at least should say, this is what will stop me from Ulan, if you're gonna Neil forever because you think that the the country was founded by bad guys, and it could never be a good country. And unless we hand every black person in America million dollars or something we can never ever make up for slavery. If you're that guy, then you're never going to stop kneeling. There's nothing that can happen to fix whatever your issues. But if you truly wanted some sort of an end game, if you truly wanted some way to say my kneeling my protesting, my my raising my voice by being silent. Or whatever has achieved something what does that look like? I I guess a better question. A better way to ask. The question is what do you want? Because what you're doing is disrespectful. It's anti America. It's anti freedom liberty. It's anti military. It's anti police. So what is it you want to stop being that guy? And if you can never stop being that guy that I'm never coming back to the NFL. And when I say, I I mean, the millions of men and women and children who decided not to watch your game because you're a bunch of jerks. They don't even have any clue why you're doing it. If you're arguing with a guy who is satisfied with one hundred million dollars towards solving the problem, then you don't know what you don't have a solution in your mind to whatever it is that your problem happens to be today. Eight eight eight nine four one eight eight eight nine four one seven two four seven on this program. It'll be Andrew Pollock. We'll talk about the the debate in Florida for governor in that happened last night the Santa's versus Gillam lot of real insight came out of that. I saw a guy on the left the socialist who who first of all has been coached a lot like many on the left have been now as to what to say when you attack your opponent also has been coached into not answering questions the guy, I believe showed himself to not be somebody who can be the governor of Florida. But we'll talk about that. We'll also have on the program Braschi Gabrielle about the caravan of people heading north. It's two to five thousand people. Now, what do we do? What can we do? What's the law and much more? Oh, we've got that. Plus, David Hogg, one of the survivors. There are well over a thousand survivors there. But for some reason, we hear about the three Emma Gonzalez, Karen Caskey, and David hug, he said for some reason he was in Vermont doesn't live there. He's from Florida. He has connections in California. Does it live Vermont? But he was there along with Emma Gonzales, and he actually said that the. The killer and parkland, heist in amnesty high school parkland, he actually said the guy was a law abiding gun owner, make sure you hear what I just said. He actually said that guy was a law abiding gun owner. That's it's a flat out lie, and he has to know that. So we talk about that as well. Lots going on eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Stay.

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