Social media emerged on Friday after President Donald Trump decried NFL Trump has ever used as President was reserved for Black men objecting injustice. https://t.co/v2I6tf5ZHq!.?.!— Shaun King(@ShaunKing) September 23, 2017 Simply so we’re clear: the president’s comments will just prompt more gamer protests, not quell them.– Jemele Hill(@jemelehill) September 23, 2017
Trump a lot harder on Colin Kaepernick than on Vladimir Putin. Opposing American anthem: bad.
Overturning American democracy: no huge offer.– Max Boot(@MaxBoot)
September 23, 2017 Get that son of a bitch off the stage.– Samuel Sinyangwe(@samswey) September 23, 2017 Trump’s NFL things tonight is not unimportant. It is his values: Owners OWN people and they ought to get to do exactly what they desire with their livestock. >
— Mark Harris(@MarkHarrisNYC) September 23, 2017 Many gamers sounded off:
It’s an embarassment and disgrace when you have the President of the US calling citizens of the nation kids of a bitches.– Bishop Sankey(@BishopSankey) September 23, 2017 Trump stay in ur location … football have
nothing to do wit u smh– Zach Brown(@ZachBrown_55) September 23, 2017 When will people discover that fear won’t make somebody
sit down. It quite possibly will make more defend exactly what they believe in.– Chris Conley(@_flight17_) September 23, 2017 I can’t take anything our Star in Chief says seriously. He’s a reality clown/troll– George Iloka(@George_iloka)
September 23, 2017 Very few voiced their support on Twitter, beyond hardline advocates like his son and analyst Expense Mitchell.