White liberals compete to see who can out-woke each other the most which resulted from “765 genders” nonsense to “defunding police” to every anti-Amerian/communist thing they can dream up.
Mark Cuban owner of Dallas Maverick recently came up with a real doozy.
He declared that on behalf of Marxist BLM, he’d stop playing the anthem at all his home games.
As if the NBA needs more help to fall into a hell-hole of oblivion – their ratings are so bad that they’ve hit unimagined historic lows, with no end in sight.
The NBA, realizing they were in a real pickle, thanks to their “woke” nonsense, quickly shot down Mark Cuban’s plan – but that didn’t stop Mark. He stopped playing the anthem at his home games, regardless.
Genius “businessman,” right? These liberals have lost their godforsaken minds. It’s more important for them to score “woke points” than succeed in business.
Cuban would be kicked off Shark Tank if he showed up and tried to pitch this business model: “Communist Basketball…”
But, the great state of Texas has stepped in. They just want to make sure that Mr. Cuban can’t peddle his anti-American/communist BS to the masses, so they passed a bill to personally steamroll Mark Cuban.
Western Journal reports that the Texas House on Tuesday passed a bill that would require any professional sports team with contracts with the Texas state government to play the national anthem before the start of a game.
Senate Bill 4, known as the “Star-Spangled Banner Act,” was passed on a voice vote with no changes Monday, according to the Texas Tribune. After Tuesday’s final approval, it now goes to Gov. Greg Abbott to be signed into law.
The bill’s House sponsor, Republican state Rep. Dustin Burrows, said the bill allows teams to choose not to play the national anthem but teams that do so will have to forgo any funding from the state.
“It’s very simple. If they do not want to play the national anthem, they don’t take the tax dollars,” Burrows said, according to the Tribune.
“If we’re going to go ahead and subsidize with hard-earned American dollars the sporting facilities and the teams in the different ways that I think is articulated in this bill, then this would apply.”
A bill made by Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and named the bill one of his legislative priorities after Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban stopped playing the anthem before home games.