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And another one bites the dust …
Like every other major institution and entity in the United States, Oklahoma State University head coach Mike Gundy has bent the knee to the radical Black Lives Matter lobby.
In a video published Tuesday, only 11 days after his higher-ups in the NFL had already bent the knee, Gundy apologized for the apparent crime of wearing a One America News Network-themed t-shirt.
— Mike Gundy (@CoachGundy) June 16, 2020
The apology began with him trashing OAN.
“I had a great meeting with our team today. Our players expressed their feelings as individuals and as team members. They helped me see through their eyes how the t-shirt affected their hearts. Once I learned how that network felt about Black Lives Matter, I was disgusted and knew it was completely unacceptable to me,” he said.
It continued with Gundy predictably begging for forgiveness.
“I want to apologize to all members of our team, former players and their families for the pain and discomfort that has been caused over the last two days. Black Lives Matter to me, our players matter to me,” he said.
“These meetings with our team have been eye-opening and will result in positive changes for Oklahoma State Football. I sincerely hope the Oklahoma State family near and far will accept my humble apology as we move forward.”
This apology comes on the heels of another video published the previous day in which he again apologized for wearing the shirt, this time standing alongside Oklahoma State All-American running back Chuba Hubbard. The running back had prompted the backlash by tweeting his displeasure about the photo, though he would later go on to stay that he “should have went to him as a man.”
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) June 16, 2020
Hubbard’s grievance concerned OAN’s longtime willingness to be tough and critical in its examination of the increasingly radical Black Lives Matter movement and its racially tinted, highly dangerous and arguably Marxist goals.
Here’s a video courtesy of OAN journalist Liz Wheeler that was recorded after the BLM-linked 2016 murder of five Dallas police officers:
She’s not been alone in challenging BLM’s narrative. So has Dr. Carol Swain, a retired political science professor who was tenured at Vanderbilt and Princeton University. And so has former European Parliament member Alexandra Phillips.
Writing for The Daily Telegraph just last week, Phillips warned that BLM is a “radical neo-Marxist political movement” that’s “fostering division, chaos and destruction designed to bring the West to its knees.”
Speaking on Fox News this past Sunday, Swan, a black woman, said basically the same thing but linked BLM’s radicalism specifically to the Democrat Party.
“It’s part of the cultural Marxist agenda against America. [Democrats] are using black people to advance a radical agenda that will be destructive to our nation, that will hurt all of us. And it’s hurting us right now,” she said on FNC’s “Life, Liberty & Levin.”
The problem is that, because of the ongoing Maoist-like cultural revolution sweeping the Western world, anyone who dares criticize or challenge BLM is being smeared as a racist and/or “far-right propagandist,” including the journalists at OAN.
And this despite OAN’s reports on BLM being backed by factual evidence. In a recent report published last week, the network used facts to prove that “America’s police officers save more black lives than any other organization in the country.”
But according to mainstream society, such facts are apparently racist …
In Gundy’s case, he’s one of the lucky ones, as Hubbard chose to not only forgive him for his alleged transgression but to even apologize for going about it the wrong way.
“I went about it the wrong way by tweeting. … I should have went to him as a man, and I’m more about action, so that was bad on my part. But from now, we’re going to focus on bringing change, and that’s the most important thing,” he said late Monday in a joint video made with Gundy.
Change is coming I promise you that. pic.twitter.com/wTGHtByh3N
— Chuba Hubbard (@Hubbard_RMN) June 15, 2020
Unfortunately, his definition of “change” calls for forcing people with dissenting views or interests to bow down like slaves, ironically enough.
According to the editorial board of Commentary magazine, the only real change that’s needed is for people to start saying no to the madness.
“There is one way to stop the unraveling: Refuse the mob. We have seen again and again that the mob comes only for those who hope to please it. And when it does, no amount of apology will save you,” the board wrote.
” We stand against the mob and all its aims. We stand against the chaos and violence, the silencing of debate, the purging of heretics, the rewriting of history, and the destruction of the greatest country in the world. We will defend the most majestic achievement of humankind, the United States of America, against the most ignoble impulse in human history, to tear down that which is good.”
Clearly Gundy, the NFL, Disney, Nickelodeon and nearly every other major institution in America disagrees.
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