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BASED: Kansas City Chiefs Player Wears Pro-Trump Hoodie at Super Bowl Press Conference

Kansas City Chiefs player Frank Clark liked that Trump met with Kanye West.

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Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark stunned the press core when he dawned a hoodie commemorating the meeting between President Donald Trump and rapper Kanye West during the Super Bowl press junket.

Clark said at his Super Bowl press conference on Jan. 24: “Never forget man! Y’all know the moment when Donald Trump met Kanye, a very historical moment in our history!”

The picture on Clark’s hoodie came from the first time Trump and West had a meeting shortly after he defeated Hillary Clinton and won the Presidency. Trump and West met at Trump Tower in Dec. 13, 2016 to discuss political matters.

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During the time of their meeting, West said he discussed “multicultural issues” with President Trump while congratulating his long-time friend for his monumental achievement.

“I feel it is important to have a direct line of communication with our future president if we truly want change,” West said.

The fake news media and even many in the urban community pilloried West for his willingness to meet with Trump, but his lobbying efforts paid off with the success of criminal justice reform. West met with Trump again, appearing in the Oval Office to discuss the significant achievement that he helped to bring about.

“I think it’s the bravery … They tried to scare me to not wear this hat (his red MAGA hat),” West said while addressing the nation from the White House, adding that Trump gave him a “Superman cape” to allow him to do some good in the world.

Clark’s full comment at his press conference regarding his pro-Trump hoodie can be seen here:

Clark is hoping to get the Trump bump during the biggest game of his life this weekend. The Super Bowl takes place on Sunday when Clark’s Chiefs play the San Francisco 49ers at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.

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NBA, MLB Ratings Tank as Americans Tune Out of Social Justice Onslaught

Who cares, anymore?

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Major leagues such as the National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball have struggled to attract their traditional audiences since beginning their seasons, with many speculating that an onslaught of social justice leftism presented to viewers has turned off sports fans from following.

Most NBA players have continued the ritual of kneeling for the National Anthem, raising questions as to why it’s even played before games when most in the arenas clearly don’t identify with it.

Even Major League Baseball, which leftists have been keen to castigate for insufficient allegiance to racial justice orthodoxy, bowed before the expectations of elite cultural liberals for American public life. The entire rosters of the Washington Nationals and New York Yankees kneeled before the anthem on opening day, a surprise to some, considering the playing of anthems before the game began as a tradition of baseball.

Many had assumed the viewing audiences of the major sports would swell in size, considering many Americans have little to no options for entertainment outside of a television or computer screen as the coronavirus pandemic continues. However, fans appear to be tuning out.

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The Athletic sportswriter Ethan Strauss confirmed that both MLB and NBA ratings have been wholly disappointing since the sports leagues resumed play.

The ratings dip didn’t seem to apply to sporting events less associated with racial justice, with Strauss observing that a golf event featuring conservative quarterback Tom Brady was highly watched.

It seems the multimillionaire professional athletes of these ball games failed to realize that the everyday American would simply tune out of a contrived lecture in which some of the most privileged people on the face of the Earth lecture them on their supposed “privilege.”

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