New Orleans Saints star Cameron Jordan just sacked Trump with brutal response to his morning NFL attacks

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President Trump took to Twitter this morning to distract the nation with a fresh attack on the NFL players who chose to kneel for the National Anthem during yesterday’s preseason exhibition games, viciously dismissing their protest against police brutality and institutional racism as being incoherent and then painting them as being “ungrateful” for making their salaries — which are ridiculously low in comparison to how much money the owners make off of the sacrifice of their bodies.

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The tirade ends with yet another call for protesting players to be punished, a statement clearly directed at the billionaire team owners who are terrified of what Trump might try to do to their league if he decides to.

Needless to say, players were not pleased with the president’s words. Cameron Jordan, the star defensive end for the New Orleans Saints, took to Twitter to respond to the President with a set of powerful tweets that both mocked the president for his childish behavior and called him out for his enabling of white supremacists:

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https://twitter.com/camjordan94/status/1027907821520728064

The three-time Pro Bowler gets right to the heart of the matter. It’s an absolute disgrace to see the president of the United States still pursuing this petty feud as a cheap way to stir up racial resentment, especially as white supremacists prepare once again to openly march through the streets of our nation’s capital with no mask and not a word from the President they’re supporting.

 

Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

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