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What a Former NFL Player Said About ‘Anti-White, Anti-American, Anti-Flag’ Corporations

What should happen to NFL players who refuse to stand for our National Anthem?

Burgess Owens, former NFL player, said that corporations protect their brand, and these players — employees — should abide by the company’s rules or face the consequences.

At the same time, there are corporations that race-bait and use black Americans to push their own political agenda. Many of the black players have probably watched Black Entertainment Television (also known as BET), Owens said, which is owned by Viacom, and the players “have been flooded with anti-white, anti-American, anti-flag” messages.

“We have a country now that needs to look at these kind of corporations that propagandize our kids and push misery so they can get their political strategy going,” Owens said. “This is a great time to talk about it. I think those are true low-life cowards, the board members of Viacom — who are all white by the way — who allowed this to happen to my race for 15 years.”

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  1. There’s a long, sad history of American entertainment and news media profiting from Black stereotypes.