Jerry Jones And The Entire Cowboys Team Took A Knee Before The National Anthem

Hannah Bleau

Clearly, Jerry Jones is in the business of pleasing people.

Before Monday Night Football’s national anthem, Jerry Jones took a knee with the entire Cowboys team.

The crowed booed, and rightly so.

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However, they stood back up before the national anthem started. Both teams– the Cowboys and Cardinals– stood with arms linked.

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I’m still irritated at Jerry Jones. It takes away everything he said before. What was the purpose of kneeling? What are they protesting? Inequality? PLEASE. Cry me a river. Name a REAL grievance, and back it up with facts.

The truth is, they don’t have a legitimate reason. This is about attention. Like I’ve said time and time again, this is the latest form of virtue-signaling. We stand to honor and acknowledge the sacrifice of those who make it POSSIBLE for us to enjoy this form of entertainment on a weekly basis. Without them, none of this would be possible. That’s why taking a knee is such a joke. You’re slapping our vets in the face.

Jerry Jones is caving to the pressure. He doesn’t have a backbone either. So disappointing.