NBA players love to band together and rip on President Trump. They band together on many issues including being anti-Trump and any other "woke" topic.
You know another thing they all band together for? They are all scared to death to say anything negative about China.
Rockets GM Daryl Morey took to Twitter to side with Hong Kong. You know, the way any rational person would. Then, those same NBA players and coaches who love to voice their displeasure about everything possible in America refused to say a single negative word about China.
The NBA season started last night. While LeBron James is afraid to say a single negative word about China, he's certainly not afraid to disrespect the National Anthem.
LeBron James fans say him using the time during the National Anthem to get fired up before a game is nothing new.
The National Anthem is a time where players usually stand respectfully while the entire arena is honoring our country.
Not LeBron. He jumps up and down and screams while someone is singing the anthem.
LeBron James Disrespects the National Anthem:
Lebron James disrespecting the National Anthem last night.... pic.twitter.com/h6U28dmEfl
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 23, 2019
Time and time again LeBron James proves that the only thing that matters is the almighty dollar. Why does he bow down to China? Because they bring him billions of dollars.
Wouldn't it be great if he was actually honest about it? Instead of pretending that China isn't an awful country that treats their people terrible, let's call it like it is. China brings the NBA billions of dollars and they don't want to mess this up.
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There are many companies that take in dirty money from China. Just don't insult the rest of us and act like we don't understand the situation. We completely get it.