Supreme Court: Kneeling is NOT Protected Speech

The truth is right in front of you

The pandemic has shut down professional sports throughout the world, among other types of businesses.  A silver lining to the is that we don’t have any overpaid babies protesting our police and military anymore by kneeling during the most patriotic National Anthem in the history of the world.

Thanks to the Supreme Court, these kneelers are in for a surprise when they return to action.  In a 5-4 decision in the case of Art Tubolls vs. Colin Kaepernick, the Court upheld that kneeling is not protected speech covered by the First Amendment.  Teams and leagues will be permitted to punish players with fines, suspensions, and even terminations of contracts to those who choose to violate the tradition of standing for the Anthem.

Private citizens will not be excluded from this ruling either.  Anyone, anywhere, anytime the National Anthem can be heard will be subject to fines, jail time, or even capital punishment for extreme cases of traitoring.

Brett “Boofer” Kavanaugh authored the majority opinion and spoke about the ruling.

“We’re following the orders of the President of the United States.  He’s our boss.  He put me and Neil here and threatened to fire any of the 5 conservatives who didn’t do what he wanted.  He also offered me some beer.  I like beer!

We’re also working toward moving to the President’s vision of America.  He’s looked longingly at North Korea, China, and Russia, and how their leaders are allowed to rule their nations as they please.  It’s not the President’s fault that he was born into such a restrictive country.”

It’s good that we finally have a court that will allow anything that the President wants.  Our Dear Leader is only concerned about what is best for our country and clearly, this includes threatening the livelihoods and jailing anyone who dares to speak against him or our proud and free country.

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