On Monday, Bill O’Reilly unloaded on NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after a weekend of massive disrespect for our country.
While being interviewed on SiriusXM’s The Wilkow Majority, O’Reilly claimed that Goodell and the NFL league office refused to let the New York Giants wear a patch commemorating 9/11 on their sleeves.
To be fair, O’Reilly seems to be mistaken. Roger Goodell didn’t become the NFL commissioner until 2006. However, his premise is true because the league absolutely did not let the Dallas Cowboy players honor the 5 fallen police officers that were shot and killed by a Black Lives Matter activist.
Anyways, O’Reilly flat out called Roger a COWARD for capitulating to the left.
“Well, where are you now Roger?” O’Reilly said. “You know where you are? You’re a coward! You’re a coward. Because you know there’s a well-organized mob coming at you saying ‘this is about First Amendment rights’ and you won’t put it into perspective.”
As always, Bill is 100% correct.
The NFL won’t let the Cowboys make “political” statements by supporting the Dallas police, but he’ll let these whiny brats crap all over our American flag? Disgusting.