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WATCH: Fans Boo Social Justice Display At NFL Wokeball Opening Night

The fans are sick of it.

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Fans booed a social justice performance at the NFL’s opening game on Thursday night, held in Kansas City between the Chiefs and the Houston Texans.

The field had been decorated with blaring social justice messages, imploring everyday football fans with two endzone slogans of “end racism”(as if it were within their power) and remind them that “it takes all of us.” It’s unclear what they think it’s going to take every person to solve.

The teams also declined to come out of the locker room to recognize the national anthem before the game, starting off with the third social justice display of the night before kickoff even took place. They stayed inside for both the Star-Spangled Banner and the so-called black national anthem, a song that the NFL has decided to play in conjunction with the anthem to honor social justice causes.

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When the members of the Chiefs and the Texans met at midfield for what seemed to be the fifth or sixth racial justice event of the night, fans seemed to have finally had enough. Boos could be heard resonating throughout the stadium as the team’s remaining fans made their feelings clear on the seeming onslaught of progressive propaganda.

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The public perception of sports leagues in America has declined considerably, as leagues formerly focused on sport and competition transform themselves wholly into engines to provide lectures to Americans seeking a reprieve from the continual onslaught of the liberal religion.

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“Atlanta HAMMERS”? Why Some Braves Fans Want This to Become Their New Team Name

It has to do with their current name and the recent passing of a legendary player.

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An online petition is calling on the MLB’s Atlanta Braves to rename themselves the “Atlanta Hammers.”

The petition was started by a man named Charles Shepard and is addressed to franchise owner Liberty Media Corporation and chairman Terry McGuirk. Renaming the Braves “the Hammers” serves two purposes according to Shepard: 1) honoring Hank Aaron, the baseball legend who spent the vast majority of his career with the Braves and passed away on Friday, and 2) removing “the stain on the city [for] having a team name that dishonors Native and Indigenous people.”

There is no better time to take this action given the trend started by The Washington Football Team, the soon-to-be renamed Cleveland Indians, and with the Major League Baseball All-Star Game coming to Atlanta later this year. Please change the name to honor a person and player that Atlantans and Americans can be proud of,” the petition concludes.

Shepard’s petition only has 871 signatures as of Monday afternoon, a far cry from his hope of getting hundreds of thousands. “Truist Park, the team’s home stadium, has 41,129 seats. Let’s fill ’em with signatures several times over!” he declared.

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Hank Aaron is widely renowned among the baseball community. Born in 1930s Alabama, he briefly played in the Negro American League before beginning his major league career with the Atlanta Braves. He is considered one of the all-time great hitters, and his record of 755 home runs stood for 33 years before being broken by Barry Bonds. But because of Bonds’ alleged steroid use, some still consider Aaron to be the true home run king.

The “Hammers,” needless to say, is a terrible name for a sports team. Plus the Braves have previously been resolute in refusing to change their name. Like the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks, the Braves say it honors, not disparages, Native Americans.

Anything can happen, however. The erstwhile Washington Redskins—now the Washington Football Team—previously said multiple times they wouldn’t change their name either. The Braves have also attempted to minimize symbols of its nickname in the past; one such attempt involved removing a “Chop On” sign near the entrance to their ballpark last July.

But even if they do decide to bow to the mob and change their name, I wouldn’t put money on it being the “Hammers.”

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