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I think a player like Kaye accusing other players of thinking a certain way (when in reality Kaye probably never spoke to them) is disarray.

Thats still not disarray. The league isnt in a state of disorganization or untidiness. In fact, they seem pretty well organized, especially if you believe, I dont, that MLS is suppressing free thought and speech.

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Sure. Thats what they were thinking.

So what were they thinking?

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So what were they thinking?


Virtue signaling.
Minneapolis had riots last night after a murderer shot himself, due to a false narrative that police shot him:
https://nypost.com/2...spects-suicide/
Last week there were riots in Chicago when police shot back at a gunman, wounding him, due to a false narrative that police had shot a child.
https://nypost.com/2...ployed-parents/
The Kenosha narrative is complete BS as well.
Blakes gf called the police herself.
He was violating a court order by being there.
Police tried to arrest him. He fought them off.
He was tased, but also fought that off.
He had a knife, unless you think the police were
yelling Drop The Knife for their health.
The knife was recovered where he dropped it.
He was trying to get to the car to flee.
(edit) He had a warrant for Sexual Assault.
But, none of this matters.
Headlines said Unarmed BM shot in back by W police.
That is enough to trigger riots, not protests.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Ah I see, I was taking guys like Dax at his word. I didnt realize he was just trying publicly demonstrate his moral correctness.

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For an armed fugitive rapist & deadbeat dad:
https://lakecountyga...law-enforcement
https://wcca.wicourt...=0&mode=details
https://s3.amazonaws...60707/cases.png

You forgot to link CNN article on this



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You forgot to link CNN article on this


What is stopping you from posting links?

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I was taking guys like Dax at his word. I didnt realize he was just trying publicly demonstrate his moral correctness.


Now you know.

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Virtue signaling.
Minneapolis had riots last night after a murderer shot himself, due to a false narrative that police shot him:
https://nypost.com/2...spects-suicide/
Last week there were riots in Chicago when police shot back at a gunman, wounding him, due to a false narrative that police had shot a child.
https://nypost.com/2...ployed-parents/
The Kenosha narrative is complete BS as well.
Blakes gf called the police herself.
He was violating a court order by being there.
Police tried to arrest him. He fought them off.
He was tased, but also fought that off.
He had a knife, unless you think the police were
yelling Drop The Knife for their health.
The knife was recovered where he dropped it.
He was trying to get to the car to flee.
He had a warrant for raping a 15-year-old.
But, none of this matters.
Headlines said Unarmed BM shot in back by W police.
That is enough to trigger riots, not protests.

It's very unfortunate that a good cause for racial equality turned into rioting after ANY police shootings, even if all proper protocols were followed.



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What is stopping you from posting links?

Ahh, there aren't any CNN ones. As far as mainstream media is concerned this was another proven injustice. Links that you found with the facts is not something that is being fed to general population. A narrative there is that an innocent unarmed man was shot in the back, and that's it.



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It's very unfortunate that a good cause for racial equality turned into rioting after ANY police shootings, even if all proper protocols were followed.


One has to wonder if there is another reason for rioting.
I just saw a quote, that rioting is rehearsal for revolution.
I also do not overlook the financial aspect.

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Ahh, there aren't any CNN ones.


LOL. Got me there!

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Virtue signaling.
Minneapolis had riots last night after a murderer shot himself, due to a false narrative that police shot him:
https://nypost.com/2...spects-suicide/
Last week there were riots in Chicago when police shot back at a gunman, wounding him, due to a false narrative that police had shot a child.
https://nypost.com/2...ployed-parents/
The Kenosha narrative is complete BS as well.
Blakes gf called the police herself.
He was violating a court order by being there.
Police tried to arrest him. He fought them off.
He was tased, but also fought that off.
He had a knife, unless you think the police were
yelling Drop The Knife for their health.
The knife was recovered where he dropped it.
He was trying to get to the car to flee.
He had a warrant for raping a 15-year-old.
But, none of this matters.
Headlines said Unarmed BM shot in back by W police.
That is enough to trigger riots, not protests.


After all that transpired when he went into his car the logical conclusion any officer would have is "This guy is getting a weapon".
Let's Go Buffalo!!!

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when he went into his car the logical conclusion any officer would have is "This guy is getting a weapon".


AFAIK, police are still trained to watch the hands
and to never let anyone reach into anything.
I worked with an old-time black officer
who learned that lesson from an older one.
He was letting a guy reach into his pocket.
The older officer nightsticked the hand,
reached in the pocket & pulled out a gun.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Now you know.

I guess I have a hard time beieveing Dax is such a sheep. MLB players dont seem to have a problem not protesting, its weird that a guy like Dax would cave in to pressures of MLS and the intense media focus it receives... or I wonder if maybe Dax was being honest and thoughtful and only seems like hes virtue signaling because he IS morally superior to a lot people.


AFAIK, police are still trained to watch the hands
and to never let anyone reach into anything.
I worked with an old-time black officer
who learned that lesson from an older one.
He was letting a gun reach into his pocket.
The older officer nightsticked the hand,
reached in the pocket & pulled out a gun.

Why did he use a nightstick when he could have shot the guy in the back instead?

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Police tried to arrest him. He fought them off.
He was tased, but also fought that off.
He had a knife, unless you think the police were
yelling Drop The Knife for their health.
The knife was recovered where he dropped it.
He was trying to get to the car to flee.

He had a warrant for raping a 15-year-old.
 

Peaceful protests for racial inequality when one occurs is a good thing, it helps to bring awareness.

 

But riots, games cancellations, and BS media propaganda when armed pedophile gets shot resisting arrest, just because that guy happens to be black makes no sense. Are people really brainwashed to that extent?






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