Marshawn Lynch's Mother Fires Back At Trump For Mexico Anthem Protest

Marshawn Lynch said in the past that his sitting during the anthem wasn't about the ongoing protests, but Mexico...

After President Donald Trump scolded NFL player Marshawn Lynch for sitting during the U.S. national anthem but standing for the Mexican anthem, Lynch’s mother came to his defense.

Delisa Lynch tweeted “what NFL team do Trump own? oh yeah they wouldnt [sic] let him have one!! LMAO”

Delisa Lynch’s tweet is an apparent reference to Trump’s attempt to purchase the Buffalo Bills in 2014, which fell through when he was outbid.

Delisa Lynch then retweeted a Tweet from MSNBC’s Scott Workin that said, “If you still support Trump, then yes, you’re racist, sexist, condone his sexual misconduct & you’re a member of the most dangerous cult America’s ever seen. #TrumpCult”

Marshawn Lynch was in Mexico for the game between his Raiders and the Patriots on Nov. 19. The NFL running back had claimed that his sitting for the national anthem was not out of protest, but just something he had done in the past. Although his recent action puts that in question.

On Nov. 20, President Trump tweeted, “Marshawn Lynch of the NFL’s Oakland Raiders stands for the Mexican Anthem and sits down to boos for our National Anthem. Great disrespect! Next time NFL should suspend him for remainder of season. Attendance and ratings way down.”

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf also entered the fray, according to Breitbart. Schaaf said, “The bully-in-chief needs to worry about his own approval ratings and stop picking on people.”

The NFL player, who seldom talks to the media, has found other ways to let his feelings known about President Trump. In September, Marshawn Lynch wore a T-shirt that read: “Everybody vs. Trump.”

NFL’s anti-police kneelers have been found to be unpopular among the vast majority of Americans. A Harris poll released in November found that 77 percent of the respondents felt that the NFL players should stand for the anthem.

Fans across the country have been showing their disapproval of the actions of players like Lynch and former NFL player Colin Kaepernick, who started the protests during the 2016 pre-season.

In September, a Missouri bar owner used Lynch and Kaepernick jerseys as door mats to the entrance of the restaurant, according to the New York Post.

That drew controversy because when placed next to each other, the names read, “Lynch Kaepernick” which the bar owner said was unintended, but just to express disapproval of their actions.

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John pallastro I'll raise a fist to that! I served and would do it again if I wasn't injured from the first time. I lost many brothers and sisters, just so these half wits could keep their constitutional rights. Some respect is deserved, owed no, deserved yes.


NFL football players, we see you kneel down during the playing of the National Anthem…
We see you, with your arm raised in protest…
We see you thinking you are doing something to unite people over social and racial injustice using free airtime to try to cause a race riot! Beyoncés Super Bowl half time Parade, Colin Kaepernick
With his Afro kneeling during my counties national Anthem , this is what I really see, a man pushing the wheels of his wheelchair as he returns home from a foreign land unable to function as he once did, due to fighting to protect you as you kneel on the ground, a young widow, dressed carefully in black, mourning the remains of her husband, hugging a coffin on the tarmac of an airport. I see that same woman clutching a perfectly folded flag to her bosom as taps is played at his graveside. I see her young son, crying, knowing his father would never come home again.
I see graveyards full of tombstones, here and overseas, with names of those fallen, with dates showing a much too early death. I see so many, from so many different wars and conflicts, we hear about POW-MIA, if you’re not educated that stands for PRISONERS OF WAR- MISSING IN ACTION!
I see the sacrifices made, the hearts broken, the tears shed, the shattered lives all in the name of freedom of the Red, White and Blue piece of cloth that you choose to protest.
You, who make millions of American dollars for playing a game in a country where you have more opportunity to make a better life for you and your family than anywhere in the world? Really? The hypocrisy of it astounds me.
First of all, if you really want to protest, give your money and time to make changes. Give to those less fortunate than you. Help those people get an education, buy them food and shelter. Show them opportunities to make better decisions. Teach them that they have a purpose in life.
If you really want to protest injustices…
Protest the treatment of veterans, who have to wait extremely long periods of time for healthcare, who are living under interstate bridges, in boxes, who are committing suicide. Today over twenty of them will take their lives! United We Stand Divided We Fall!!!!


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Thank you and


"Lynch / Kapernick" HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA , now that is really funny.


He tried to buy the Browns but they wouldn't let him because they knew he would Make Them Great Again.