The radical Left will hate what the head football coach at LSU just promised fans about the national anthem

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It’s no secret that the Left flat-out despises traditional American values.

They see this country as an inherently evil nation that was founded in racism.

That’s why the radical Left will hate what the head football coach at LSU just promised fans about the national anthem.

After the death of George Floyd in 2020, left-wing athletes declared war on patriotism and pushed an anti-America agenda.

NFL football players and other professional athletes began taking a knee during the playing of the national anthem in an effort to show their hatred of the country that made them rich and famous.

But it’s not just woke professional athletes who hate America.

Last week the LSU women’s basketball team set off a firestorm when players walked off the court during the middle of the national anthem.

In a postgame press conference, LSU coach Kim Mulkey addressed the decision to walk off the court during the anthem.

“Honestly, I don’t even know when the anthem was played,” she said. “We kind of have a routine where we’re on the floor and then they come off at the 12-minute mark,” she continued. “I don’t know, we come in and we do our pregame stuff.”

“I’m sorry,” she added. “Listen, that’s nothing intentionally done.”

LSU administrators told reporters that its teams normally don’t stay on the field or the court during the national anthem.

According to the school, the players normally go to their locker rooms during the anthem to start their pregame routine.

But Louisiana Governor Jeff Landry is demanding that LSU start making all players stand for the national anthem.

LSU football coach Brian Kelly told reporters that he has no problem with the school making it a rule to stay on the field for the anthem.

“I saw it,” he said in reference to the women’s team. “I know everybody has had their comments about it,” he continued. “I know we put out a statement, Scott Woodward put out a statement as well.”

Kelly went on to say that “I think our football players would echo this — is that if, at any time, we’re required to be out there, we’ll be wherever we’re told to be, and that’s the bottom line,” before adding that “if our administration wants us out there for the national anthem, we’re going to stand proudly for the national anthem.”

In his 33 years as a coach, he said that his team has rarely been on the field during the anthem.

However, Kelly said that it was not meant as a sign of disrespect to the country.

“It’s just the way that it has been scripted,” he said.

“And I’ve been doing this for 33 years,” he continued. “On my hand, I can tell you how many times I’ve been out for the national anthem in 33 years.”

“That’s not to say we’re against what the Governor is saying,” he added.

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