In an email yesterday (see below), we told you about President Trump calling out New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees on Twitter. The future Hall of Famer apologized last week for comments he made about "disrespecting the flag."
What we haven't told you yet was that Brees pushed back against that criticism via an Instagram post to America's Commander-in-Chief. The full quote can be read here, but here's an excerpt:
"We can no longer use the flag to turn people away or distract them from the real issues that face our black communities. We did this back in 2017, and regretfully I brought it back with my comments this week. We must stop talking about the flag and shift our attention to the real issues of systemic racial injustice, economic oppression, police brutality, and judicial & prison reform."
In fairness, it was actually a reporter who "brought it back" when he asked Brees last week about the possibility of national anthem protests during the upcoming NFL season. The Super Bowl champion answered the question and set off a media firestorm with his reply. (See details below.)
The President's tweet to Brees, which Grassfire shared yesterday, actually made the same case BEFORE the quarterback's Instagram post. Mr. Trump wrote: "There are other things you can protest, but not our Great American Flag."
It's good to know that both men think protesting the Stars & Stripes is a bad idea. We're sure millions of American patriots agree.
In his painting Respect the Flag, "America's Artist" Jon McNaughton captures our Commander-in-Chief's love for "Old Glory." Grassfire recently discovered 100 of these patriotic, 11" x 14" prints that we thought had sold out two years ago. But you can receive yours in appreciation for your contribution of $35 or more to help Grassfire build in this crucial election year.
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Thanks, in advance, for your support.
For life, liberty and limited government,
The Grassfire Team
P.S. If you didn't see our previous email about the President's response to the controversy surrounding the popular quarterback, please keep reading for the full context of their social-media "back and forth."
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