RGIII Tweets Against PC – and the Liberal Cesspool of Twitter Erupts in Outrage
Good for RG3!
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Let’s go to Washington. “A DC Council member is preparing to introduce a resolution calling on the Washington Redskins to change its name, perhaps to the Washington Redtails. Council member David Grosso, an independent elected last year, said he plans to pursue his non-binding resolution because the current name is ‘a derogatory, racist name.’
“‘It’s been a long time that we’ve had this name associated with Washington, and I think its time we take a stand and change it,’ Grosso said. …’Washington’s name has been dishonored by association with the word “Redskins,”‘ the resolution states. ‘Because it is well known in America and in nations afar that American Indians have experienced utmost suffering and disrespect over the years.’ … In his resolution, Grosso urges the team to change its name to the Washington Redtails, noting that that was the nickname used by the Tuskegee Airmen, the pioneering aviation unit that broke the color barrier for US military pilots in World War II.”
They want to celebrate warriors? These are people who killed other people, in war! We can’t use the word Redskins? Anyway, RGIII heard about this — the quarterback of the Washington Redskins, Robert Griffin III. Now, little history. There was a black reporter who used to be in Detroit. He was working at the time for ESPN, and he ripped into RGIII because he was a Republican. As a black, you can’t be down for the struggle and be a Republican. You cannot be authentically black and be a Republican.
So this ESPN reporter, Rob Parker I think was his name, called him “a cornball” African-American or cornball something or other, and immediately banished RGIII from the lofty heights of African-Americans who are with the Democrat Party and down for the struggle. Because he’s a Republican, because he dates a white woman — and by the way, Jason Collins’ ex-fiancee is white. Ah, that doesn’t matter now. But you remember they came down hard on RGIII.