The NFL’s anti-American anthem protesters are out of control.
The demonstrations are ruining the game and driving away fans.
And one prominent NFL anthem protester took it to the next level by crossing a big red line with this violent attack.
Oakland Raiders Marshawn Lynch represents the lowest of the low of NFL anthem protesters.
He sits on the bench like a bum during the playing of the national anthem.
Left wing sportscaster Bob Costas – of NBC fame and who supports the protests – described Lynch’s body language as “contemptuous” and “with no redeeming aspect to it.”
And before his team lost a game to the Denver Broncos he was seen sporting an anti-Trump t-shirt.
Marshawn Lynch arrives at game wearing "Everybody vs. Trump" shirt made by Oakland-based Dope Era ($45) pic.twitter.com/gn2zw3sTVJ
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) October 1, 2017
But now Lynch has moved to on-the-field violence against authority.
During a Thursday night contest he ran on the field and attacked an official.
His outburst came after Oakland Raiders linemen defended star quarterback Derrick Carr from what they thought was a dirty hit by Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters.
Lynch tore onto the field like maniac and ended up balling his fist around an official’s jersey and showing him out of the way.
Marshawn Lynch was ejected from the Oakland Raiders’ 31-30 win against the Kansas City Chiefs midway through the second quarter Thursday night for making contact with an official.
Lynch ran off the sideline and into a scrum after Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters hit Raiders quarterback Derek Carr late, drawing a flag for a personal foul. Several Raiders offensive linemen went after Peters, an Oakland native and close friend of Lynch.
Marshawn Lynch ejected pic.twitter.com/5tgtRSe7O8
— Steve Noah (@Steve_OS) October 20, 2017
Lynch’s violent outburst could also cost him in the locker room.
Peters is a close friend of Lynch, but he plays for the other team.
Lynch did not run on the field to protect the Raiders franchise quarterback.
He sided against his teammates by rushing to an opposing player’s aid.
In the context of team sports, that is unforgivable.
Do you think the Raiders should get rid of Lynch for his anti-American protests and his violent attack on an official?
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