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NFL Chooses ‘Man of the Year’ Who LOATHES Trump, Refused White House Invite

What a shame.

John Salvatore

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The NFL clearly went with a diversity play for its “Man of the Year.”

How else can it be explained that an anti-Trump, pro-anthem kneeling defensive lineman was given the award?

Chris Long even refused to visit the White House after winning the Super Bowl a couple of years ago.

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While I am officially accepting this award, we would not be able to accomplish our goals without the support and participation of countless other individuals. I am humbled by the support we have received from my peers who have donated to our various matching-campaigns … and the generosity of our fans who have made vital contributions to our foundation over the years.

Long skipped a 2017 visit to the White House after the New England Patriots, his team at the time, won the Super Bowl.

He also vowed to skip the Eagles’ visit to the White House after their 2018 Super Bowl win, though Trump later disinvited the team.

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Long, a native of Charlottesville, Va., has expressed support for NFL players kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial inequality and police brutality.

Clearly, the NFL wanted to give the award to someone who isn’t a fan of Trump.

NFL players and police officers don’t exactly go hand-in-hand. Some of the league’s top athletes constantly find themselves in trouble with law enforcement.

Check out this report about a Detroit Lions linebacker, who socked a cop and gave him a concussion.

Trevor Bates, a linebacker for the Detroit Lions, was arrested Saturday in New York on charges that he failed to pay a taxi fare and then punched a police officer, who suffered a concussion.

Bates faces charges including assault, resisting arrest, theft of services and obstructing governmental administration after police were called around 1:30 a.m. to a hotel near LaGuardia Airport, said Queens District Attorney Richard Brown.

Bates, 25, was taken to a police precinct house for refusing to pay the $32 yellow taxi fare from Manhattan to the Hampton Inn in Queens, the prosecutor said.

How is this not front page news? The guy gave a police officer a concussion.

Where’s the mainstream media?

Speaking of disrespecting the anthem, what were a couple reporters caught recently doing?

Focus on the left side of the screen…

WATCH (around 1:09:45 mark):

Did you catch it? You can clearly see at least two reporters typing away on their phones.

Facepalm.

In a recent interview, “Harry Potter” actor Daniel Radcliffe, who is British, said he wouldn’t root for 5-time champion Tom Brady in this year’s Super Bowl because of his support for President Trump.

Radcliffe: “The whole world is rooting against the Patriots … sorry. Take that MAGA hat out of your locker! I feel like that was the moment when as a country we were all like, ‘Come on, dude! You’re awesome…Don’t put that in here.

WATCH:

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New Poll From Virginia Has Bloomberg Tied For Lead With Sanders

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DOJ Launches Five Probes Into Investigators Involved In Mueller Russia Probe

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Several of the investigators involved in the Mueller Russia probe, Ukraine investigation, and matters related to Hillary Clinton and her various scandals around the 2016 presidential election are all being investigated by the Department of Justice. As you can imagine, the left is probably very nervous about this, hoping that whatever conclusions are reached do not expose further activities by the “resistance” within the government working against the Trump administration. Check out the details from Fox News: Attorney General Bill Barr appointed the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri Jeff Jensen to review the case of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Justice Department officials told Fox News that Jensen will work hand-in-hand with Brandon Van Grack — the lead prosecutor on the Flynn case — during his review. Barr last week confirmed that the Justice Department is reviewing information about Ukraine coming from President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and others. Barr has tapped U.S. Attorney from the Western District of Pennsylvania Scott Brady to handle that Ukraine information. That review comes after the president was acquitted on charges — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress — stemming from the Ukraine controversy. Last year, Barr appointed U.S. Attorney from Connecticut John Durham to review the events leading up to the 2016 presidential election and through Trump’s January 20, 2017 inauguration. But, as Fox News first reported, Durham has since expanded his investigation to cover a post-election timeline spanning the spring of 2017 — when Mueller was appointed as special counsel. Another probe looking into the Clinton Foundation is also still underway, along with further looks into the granting of a FISA warrant during the Russia probe and Clinton server document release. These are all shady incidents that desperately need further examination to expose any political corruption…

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