Former NFL Player Albert Haynesworth Wants to Burn Down College Football Stadiums

Former NFL defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth went on Instagram calling for rioters to burn down University of Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium and University of Florida’s Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

The two-time Pro Bowl and All-Pro defensive tackle initially shared an Instagram story where he remarked “SINCE WE”RE BURNING PLACE MAY I SUGGEST THIS…..”

He then posted another Instagram story where he said “Since We’re Burning Places, May I suggest this as well …….. Like Usher said let it burn” with a picture of Alabama’s stadium.

Haynesworth played for the Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins, New England Patriots, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The former defensive lineman played for the University of Tennessee, which is likely what motivated his inflammatory posts against the rival universities.

Although these posts were likely in jest, one has to wonder what would happen to a right winger if they made similar remarks on social media? Based on Big Tech’s long track record of censorship, they would likely get booted off. Haynesworth, on the other hand, will likely get off scot-free.

Haynesworth gained notoriety for signing a seven-year $100 million contract with the Washington Redskins, which was criticized by NFL pundits as one of the worst free agent signings in NFL history due to Haynesworth’s rapid decline in performance.

The former NFL player’s comments are in line with the atmosphere of dysfunction that’s taking place across America. While Big Tech, media gatekeepers, and irresponsible elected officials, permit widespread looting, many Americans are starting to realize the importance of the right to bear arms.

If you’re on the Right, you can’t rely on any legacy institution for protection. Moments like these show why there must be solidarity among the Dissident Right. Dividing ourselves will prove fatal.