Former NFL running back Jim Brown was one of the most prolific players on the gridiron during his short but legendary pro football career but now the Hall of Famer is going to find himself in hot water with a new breed of players who aren’t fit to carry his jockstrap.
In the late 1950’s to early 1960’s Brown was a human bulldozer who during his nine-year career for the Cleveland Browns was one of the most feared runners ever to play the game due to his ability to run over defenders who he came just short of turning into pulp.
Brown abruptly retired in 1966 as the NFL’s all-time leading rusher and pursued an acting career in which he appeared in a number of action classics like “The Dirty Dozen”, “Ice Station Zebra” as well as westerns and Blaxploitation flicks and eventually became involved in activism to help gang members find their way and for young blacks to be self-reliant.
Brown was also a black conservative who supported then-president Richard Nixon and has maintained his old school values including having little use for the multimillionaire troublemakers who have hijacked the game with their disrespectful protests of the national anthem.
He also has positive words for President Trump who he has been supportive of and in a recent interview, dared to utter the blasphemy that he supports his reelection campaign in 2020 regardless of how such a stance will go over in the black community.
The Link to the interview is HERE.
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Via The Bleacher Report, “Jim Brown on Donald Trump: ‘I Find Myself Really Pulling for the President'”:
Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown isn’t afraid to root for President Donald Trump despite criticism from many other prominent athletes.
“I should be criticizing Trump on every level because he does certain things that call for criticism,” he said Tuesday on the JT The Brick Show on Fox Sports Radio (h/t TMZ Sports). “But when I look at television I see all these announcers become experts and they’re pointing the fingers and they’re not doing a doggone thing but pointing their fingers, I find myself really pulling for the president.”
The legendary running back has never been afraid to speak his mind on political issues but knows this time his thoughts could get him in trouble.
“Now, that would make me very unpopular in the black community, very unpopular with a lot of Americans,” he added, “…but I think that there are certain good things that are coming out of this presidency because we’ve never seen anything like it.”
Now that’s old school! There was a day when sports was a unifier until divisive heels like Colin Kaepernick and his amen chorus in the media came around to spoil the experience for millions of fans who don’t like their sports polluted with radical leftist politics.
The hate mobs will now go after Brown with a particular vengeance to punish him for his refusal to bow before the shrine of Kaepernick.