Judge Jeanine Tackles NFL Commissioner Goodell – A Force For Good?

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An obviously irritated Judge Jeanine Pirro leads off her open by stating that the biggest issue facing our country today is the tip toeing and political correctness that has brought us to the brink of disaster in national security, politics and sports.”

She is not a big fan of the hypocrite who’s running the NFL into the ground either, Roger Goodell. She notes his predictably idiotic comments following President Trump’s remarks on the disrespecting of our nation, our National Anthem and our Flag by the overpaid human livestock employed by the NFL.

Goodell labeled President Trump’s attack on the traitors to this nation employed by the NFL as divisive and that they “demonstrated an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL, our great game and all of our players. He said, “The President exhibits a failure to understand the overwhelming force for good our clubs and players represent in our community.”

Judge Jeanine has no trouble identifying faults with the portrayal of the NFL as a force for good, noting its infestation with criminals and those who have difficulty in complying with social norms of behavior, including keeping their abusive hands off of women.

It’s a force for enrichment of those who would otherwise be using a shovel, hammer, wrench or steering wheel like millions of other Americans were it not for their athletic ability. It’s a force for economic opportunity. Earning a good paycheck is different from doing good.

She says, “America’s been incredibly good to every one of you, from the time you displayed talent in sports as a youth, America’s allowed you to shine and become financially prosperous. There are so many of you who make tens of millions of dollars why don’t you get together and take care of the so-called social injustices instead of disrespecting our country, our nation, the country that has turned you into ‘heroes?'”

She adds, “While you train 8-year-olds who don’t know any better to take a knee against America because they’re taking their lead from all of you – because they don’t know any better. Shame on you. Shame on all of you. Shame on you too, Roger Goodell, for not showing that you love this country as much as the President does when you had the chance.”

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5 Comments on Judge Jeanine Tackles NFL Commissioner Goodell – A Force For Good?

  1. Darn, I got caught up in those YouTube popups at the end of the video, lol. Now where was I? Oh yeah, the NFL stuff. Well Judge Jeanine pretty much said it all. Don’t think I’ve ever seen her that angry, maybe close. She even had a hard time getting words out, which is really strange for her. I never cared for NFL, but I have to say they’ve done themselves in on this one. Most people I know won’t turn them on anymore, surely won’t go to a game. That’s their own fault. Go Judge Jeanine, you are such a great lady!

  2. Sorry Jeanine but these players were never heroes. The only heroes we have are the men and women who have served their country in the armed services not a bunch of thugs who only play a game for huge $$ they do not deserve that will ignore our National Anthem and our Flag. I am trying not to waste my time on them but once in a while I have to post their idiocy.

  3. I believe that Judge Jeanine would make a great AG. That is most likely why she, or anyone like her, will not be chosen.

  4. Dr Rolland Kerr // September 24, 2017 at 8:27 pm // Reply

    Are Roger Goodell & Most of the NFL Role Models for EVIL? That’s a “no brainer!”

  5. I share the views of the judge as do most of my friends who have served. We’re tired of those who have never served showing disrespect to the flag and our country. These overpaid athletes should go serve a tour first. In the meantime, there is a growing boycott of the advertisers of the NFL and it is already hurting their sales and attendance.

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