USA Hockey Coach Promises To Bench National Anthem Protesters! Do You Agree With Him?

Must be nice to guard a line or quarterback for millions of dollars. But, someone sons and daughters are guarding this country for virtually nothing and these multi-millionaire athletes who never did anything in their lives but play a game, disrespect it. It is time these NFL players to quit acting like self-entitled diva’s and show some respect.

I am glad that this bad behavior of the NFL players is not happening in other sports!
VIA Daily Caller:

Former Team USA coach John Tortorella’s comments about the national anthem seem to be more relevant than ever after the antics during the NFL on Sunday.

“If any of my players sit on the bench for the national anthem, they will sit there the rest of the game,” the current Columbus Blue Jackets coach told ESPN reporter Linda Cohn when she asked about his stance on national anthem protesters last year.

Tortorella’s opinion is much different than that of lots of NFL coaches, who have allowed players and entire teams to skip the national anthem or not stand.

I have no idea if any current NFL coaches have told players to stand or threatened their job security if they don’t, but it’s clear Tortorella had zero problem making his pro-national anthem stance clear.

 

It’s called rules, you follow your boss’s rules or you quit. Schools have rules, teachers have rules, little league coaches have rules, the government has rules, parents have rules, God made rules, it’s all about rules. There’s a misconception now a days about freedom

What do you think do you agree with John Tortorella?

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