90 Miles From Tyranny : Pittsburgh Steelers Player Stephon Tuitt Says He’s Not Kneeling During The National Anthem, Cites His Grandmother Being An Immigrant

Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Pittsburgh Steelers Player Stephon Tuitt Says He’s Not Kneeling During The National Anthem, Cites His Grandmother Being An Immigrant















We need to celebrate this man among children. (still ain't watching though)


Pittsburgh Steelers star Stephon Tuitt won’t take a knee during the national anthem.

There are going to be gigantic national anthem protests all over the NFL during the 2020 season, but Tuitt won’t be joining.

He tweeted Monday that he’s not taking a knee and added, “screw anybody who have a problem with that.” He cited his grandmother being an immigrant as a major reason why he won’t take a knee.

This honestly takes a hell of a lot of courage from Tuitt. No matter what you think about the national anthem protests, rejecting them publicly is a courageous act.

I have no doubt at all that some of Tuitt’s teammates in the locker room aren’t going to like this stance at all.


However, if you’re going to accept and encourage players to take a knee, then you have to do the same when Tuitt voices his opinion.

It sounds like he’s damn proud to be an American, and won’t let anyone shame him for...

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2 comments:

  1. I don't think anyone cares....who's gonna watch those @$$holes anymore anyways....I'm not....

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