The radical Left isn’t satisfied to just push their woke narrative on you during the nightly newscasts – which is already bad enough.
Now they’re injecting their extreme agenda into every aspect of your life.
In fact, this NBA Star is willing to sit out the remainder of the NBA Finals, if it means you’ll lose your right to keep and bear arms.
The Celtics and Warriors are now four games into their Championship series.
But if Jaylen Brown has his way, there will be a stalemate – and instead of a new Champion being crowned, massive gun-grabbing legislation will be installed.
The All-Star Boston player says he and other Celtics and Warriors players are willing to boycott the rest of the NBA Finals unless Congress acts to pass restrictive gun-control measures.
"Sometimes people argue 'stopping a basketball game, what affect is that going to have?' I would say it raises awareness and that's important."
— Celtics on NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSCeltics) June 7, 2022
One-half of Boston’s one-two wing punch of Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, Brown was asked about a potential boycott of the Championship series.
“Sometimes people argue ‘stopping a basketball game, what affect is that going to have?’ I would say it raises awareness and that’s important,” Brown said in a post-game press conference.
But Boston’s star guard/forward isn’t the only one reacting to Big Media’s faulty narrative about “gun violence.”
Golden State’s coach, Steve Kerr had a meltdown prior to the start of the Finals – following the tragic school shooting in Uvalde, Texas that took the lives of 19 elementary students and two teachers.
The Championship coach and former player went immediately to the Left’s standard, “Do Something” refrain.
“When are we going to do something?” Kerr yelled, slamming his fists on the table. “I’m tired. I am so tired of getting up here and offering condolences to the devastated families that are out there. I am so tired of the, excuse, I am sorry, I am tired of the moments of silence. Enough!”
And the Warriors coach thinks he knows the reason why Congress won’t, “Do Something.”
“There’s a reason why they won’t vote on it,” Kerr said. “To hold on to power.”
Is that Kerr admitting stealing Second Amendment rights is an unpopular position with American voters?
“I’m fed up. I’ve had enough,” Kerr said during his tantrum. “We can’t get numb to this. We can’t sit here and just read about it and go, well, let’s go have a moment of silence.”
Kerr made one more plea, but first had to show how tough he was by slamming the table one more time for effect.
“It’s pathetic. I’ve had enough.”
The questions remain, do enough remaining Celtics and Warriors players and coaches share Brown and Kerr’s feelings?
Or, do they want to keep politics out of basketball and go for that Championship ring?