Linkedin Share
Opinion

College Professor Says Tom Brady Is Popular Due to Rise In 'White Rage & White Supremacy'

Linkedin Share

Anyone even remotely associated with President Trump is fair game to liberals.

It’s not right even in the slightest but what can you do?

Check out what this Rhode Island “educator” has to say about POTUS and NFL legend, Tom Brady…

From Fox News:

Kyle Kusz, a kinesiology professor at the University of Rhode Island, published a book this month titled “Making American White Men Great Again: Tom Brady, Donald Trump, and the Allure of White Male Omnipotence in Post-Obama America.” He theorized that Brady became popular due to the rise of “white rage and white supremacy,” according to Campus Reform.

Trending:
Massive Migrant Caravan Marches Toward US with LGBT Flags Flying as Mexican President Snubs Biden at Summit

Brady’s relationship with the media and President Trump is analyzed in the book, according to Campus Reform. The professor highlights a 2015 Under Armour commercial which depicts thousands of Tom Bradys working out and tells the audience to “Rule Yourself.” Kusz says the commercial “would not seem out of place in Leni Reifenstahl’s infamous Nazi propaganda film, ‘Triumph des willens.’”

Brady was heard masterfully tolling the left during the Super Bowl when he called a “Reagan” audible as heard by the NFL’s field mics.

Indeed, liberals went wild when Brady called out “Reagan, Reagan” during Sunday’s big game.

In the third quarter, the mics on the field caught Brady calling an audible to his team mates and was heard yelling “Reagan, Reagan,” Fox News reported.

Booth announcer Tony Romo immediately asked, “Is that Ronald Reagan?”

Sure enough, when the play commenced, Brady’s players ran to the right. Romo quickly added what the Reagan audible means: “obviously, Reagan means run to the right.”

Many quickly caught on that Tom Brady was trolling the let with his audible.

The Twittersphere immediately laughed that Brady was “trolling” liberals:

Related:
Lake Lanier Trends on Twitter After 'Haunted' Spot Claims Another Victim

Others also caught the Reagan reference and thought it was a masterful choice of terms:

Submit a Correction →



Tags:
, , , , , ,
Linkedin Share
About the Author:
John Salvatore has been a Writer and Editor of multiple political blogs since early 2015. He earned his Master’s degree in Public Administration upon completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. A diehard Los Angeles Dodgers fan, John can be reached at [email protected]




Conversation