LeBron James calls Laura Ingraham, Fox News host in defense of Drew Brees

Dortmund's English midfielder Jadon Sancho shows a "Justice for George Floyd" shirt as he celebrates after scoring his team's second goal during the German first division Bundesliga football match SC Paderborn 07 and Borussia Dortmund at Benteler Arena in Paderborn on May 31, 2020.
“He’s allowed to get an idea of ​​what it means to kneel and the flag. I mean, he’s a person,” Ingraham She said purebred after his disrespect comments on the flag earlier this week “This goes beyond football,” he added.
James has now retweeted a video with a collection of both cases, suggesting that nationwide protests in the wake of By George Floyd death is happening “because we are simply tired of this treatment right here!”

“If you have not yet understood why the protest is happening. Why we are acting as we are and why we are simply tired of this treatment right here! Can we analyze it for you in a simpler way than this right here ????

He added: “And don’t worry about my people, I won’t stop until I see CHANGE !!! #ShutUpAndDribbleThisPowerfulBlackManComingFullSteam.”

On Thursday, Ingraham responded to James’ reaction to her Fox News he shows, saying “every American has the divine right to express his opinion on any matter”.

“I think that in order to heal and shed light on unjust injustices, our country needs more dialogues, not less,” said Ingraham. “And we need more respect, not punishment.”

“Right now, the Americans, I think most of them, are seeking reconciliation. This means that politicians, police and even cultural figures all work together. All of us.”

Brees was widely criticized by his fellow athletes for saying “I never agree with anyone who doesn’t respect the flag” when asked for his opinion on kneeling players to protest police brutality once the NFL season.

Since then the 41-year-old has apologized that his comments were insensitive and devoid of compassion and empathy.

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“I recognize that I should speak less and listen more … and when the black community speaks of their pain, we all need to listen. For this, I am very sorry and ask for forgiveness.”

Ingraham and James have a story after her say LA Lakers star and his NBA teammate Kevin Durant “fell silent” after criticizing US President Donald Trump.

“Oh, and LeBron and Kevin: you’re a great player, but nobody voted for you,” he said. “Millions have elected Trump as their coach. So keep the political comment to yourself or, as someone once said, shut up and dribble.”

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