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Are You Nauseated By How Politically Correct The NFL, The NBA And Major League Baseball Have Become?

Francesco Abbruzzino, The Uncensored Report, LLC



The forces of political correctness ruin everything that they touch, and that includes our major sports leagues.  I grew up in the 1970s and 1980s, and that was truly a golden era for sports in America.  Back in those times, men were still men, entire cities would erupt with euphoria when an important game was won, and the most intense rivalries spawned legends that will never be forgotten.  When the newspaper arrived each day, I couldn’t wait to devour the sports section, and that is because the sports section was actually about sports in those days.  Today, our soulless sports leagues inspire very little joy, and most of what constitutes “sports journalism” at this point is absolutely sickening.  Sadly, most stories are about who has done something that is not sufficiently politically correct and needs to be punished by the media.

The Aaron Rodgers saga is the latest example of this.  The corporate media has engaged in an all-out assault against him, and they have no intention of ending their vicious attacks any time soon.


And so what “crime” did Aaron Rodgers commit that was so bad?


He didn’t get vaccinated.


Of course that isn’t a “crime” at all.  Just like every other American, he has the right to make his own personal health decisions.


But that is all the “football world” wants to talk about right now.  Endless hours are being devoted to talking about how horrible Aaron Rodgers is, and it makes me want to throw up.


I was never an Aaron Rodgers fan before this, but from now on he is going to be one of my favorite players.  If he is not afraid to stick it to the NFL, the owners, the media and the vaxx police, then he deserves our respect and our admiration.


The NBA is another example.


I grew up watching Julius Erving, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan.  In those days we didn’t know how our favorite players felt about political issues and we didn’t care.


We just wanted to watch great basketball.


Unfortunately, today the NBA has become more about political correctness than anything else, and so I refuse to watch it.


But I may make an exception if Kyrie Irving is ever allowed to play again.  Because of New York City’s ridiculous mandate, the Nets have banned Kyrie Irving from playing because he refuses to bow the knee and get vaccinated.  The Nets could have allowed him to participate in the games that they play away from home, but they decided not to do that.

While he is not playing, he is not being paid, and so Irving’s bold stand is literally costing him millions of dollars.





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