Tony Dungy Faces Criticism for Attending March for Life
A number of sports journalists and other people have been labeling him a right wing extremist because he attended the march for life. Tony dungy says that the only reason he's going is to support those unborn babies who don't have a voice. I say good for you coach, good for you coach. David zirin is the sports editor for the nation. He says I'm done with Tony dungy and the way the NFL and NBC coddle his right-wing extremism. Zarin went on to say he said publicly and proudly that he would not want gay football player Michael Sam on his team. He said over a decade ago that he disagreed with the lifestyle of wow, so we've already gone from we've just gone from pro life to anti gay or unbelievable. And just a matter of sentences. And so he goes on and says that the Dungey is anti gay. He's a bigot. And that dungeon doesn't deserve to have a spot in the public marketplace. This is a staggering indictment of the politics of the NFL, and the network's partners allow the kind that they condemn. When someone like gee, I don't know, Colin Kaepernick steps up and kneels down to him police violence and racial inequity, he becomes a pariah. Meanwhile, Dungey has held up as a deeply because he's a deeply religious man, you moron. Stop interrupting me. Dungey has held up as a deeply religious man. And nearly a patron saint of the league. Dungey has used his devoutness as a cover for his anti gay rhetoric.