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Ex-NFL Star Attacked for Saying Players ‘Need to Take Dresses Off’

'How much is ESPN paying Troy Aikman to spew misogynist jokes on Monday Night Football? ... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Former NFL star Troy Aikman is in hot water with woke leftists after telling the NFL to man up in the wake of a pathetic “roughing the passer” call.

Observing the embarrassing penalty while watching Monday Night’s Raiders-Chiefs game, Aikman said that “we need to take the dresses off”, lest football be sapped of its violent character entirely in the name of safety, Outkick reported.

The leftist mob took to Twitter to vent after Aikman’s triggering commentary.

The safety squad attacked Aikman first.

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“Troy Aikman is a former NFL QB who suffered multiple concussions in his career and he thinks the competition committee needs to look at changing these roughing the passer calls. That says it all right there,” one user wrote.

Others blamed him for being a sexist who insists that men should toughen up a bit.

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“How much is ESPN paying Troy Aikman to spew misogynist jokes on Monday Night Football?” another triggered leftist tweeted.

Still others blasted Aikman for not being more deferential to political correctness.

“Troy Aikman can’t be saying sh*t like “it’s time to take the dresses off.”

Of course none of this should come as a surprise.

The NFL has become radically woke in the past decade, caving to the left at every possible opportunity.

The league has doubled-down on leftist branding, constantly subjecting viewers to radical slogans like “Black Lives Matter,” “End Racism” and “Stop Hate.”

They also permitted widespread kneeling during the national anthem, led by the wildly leftist former quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

The NFL also recently hired its first ever transgender cheerleader, ensuring that middle class Americans have nowhere to turn in popular culture without being forced to see men charading as women.

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