Lakers and NBA silent on Lebron James threat against the police, yet said this about Chauvin verdict

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The arrogant Los Angeles Lakers and the NBA don’t have much of anything to say about their top player Lebron James trying to play “gangsta” and threaten a Columbus Ohio police officer. Yet, both the Lakers and NBA had no problems celebrating the verdicts against Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis (where the Lakers originally came from).

I had been a Lakers/sports fan for over 40 years, until recently. I’ve grown tired of China’s communist influence in professional sports, and just lost interest as sports became boring, repetitve, and boring. Now, you add in CCP like politics and I certainly don’t have time for it anymore. This includes the NBA, NFL, MLB and especially the NHL which I was a huge fan of at one time. If I want politics, I’ll watch political shows. If I want entertainment, sports just doesn’t cut it anymore.

For those still waiting sports, that’s your personal choice, and I have no problems with it. Just remember the next time an “oppressed” player demands and gets a $20 million dollar a year contract to play something you probably did for fun as a kid. Remember, if you are white, you are the reason these overpaid players are so “oppressed”.

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