(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) The National Football League, in its latest demonstration of Anti-American woke virtue signaling, is going to play the Black National Anthem before the Superbowl while still spending big on woke causes.
The NFL has arranged for the Black National Anthem to be played before the Superbowl, according to Breitbart News. Sheryl Lee Ralph, is slated to perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” also known as the Black National Anthem.
Ralf, who was called “a national treasure,” by Mashable, gushed about the opportunity.
“Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think that I would be singing at the Super Bowl,” she told reporters.”
Country singer Chris Stapleton will sing the real national anthem, and Babyface, an R&B performer, will sing “America the Beautiful.’”
This woke virtue signaling is just the latest demonstration of the NFL’s willingness to reverently kneel before the woke mob.
In 2020, after George Floyd died of a fentanyl overdose while resisting arrest, the NFL committed itself to donating a quarter of a billion dollars to social justice programs over ten years, according to NFL.com.
The NFL credited one of its former players turned activist for the program.
“We listened to our players,” The NFL said. “We needed to listen more, we needed to move faster.”
“We heard them and launched a social justice platform because of what Colin was protesting about.”
These donations have gone towards organizations working to defunding the police, according to Fox News.
The Community Justice Exchange has been receiving grants from the NFL since 2020.
“The Community Justice Exchange is working towards a world without prisons, policing, prosecution, surveillance or any form of detention or supervision,” according to its website.
The NFL is also funding organizations that post bail for suspected criminals.
The NFL supports “75+ local community-based bail and bond funds, working to end money bail and pre-trial detention at the local level and immigration detention at the national level,” according to the NFL’s “Inspire Change” website.