Mark Cuban S**** On American In The Most Offensive Way Possible
And to think, I used to like Mark Cuban, heck I used to want to get him as an investor in my companies. Boy was a stupid.
I’ve followed Cuban’s career for a while now, the man basically invented the streaming business and sold his company to Yahoo for billions of dollars.
Later he anchored the ‘Shark Tank’ series, investing in companies that would, with his help, go on to be major players in their respective niches.
He took the money and bought a basketball team with it. Hard not to admire that kind of story, right? WRONG.
I knew the NBA was messed up and had a lot of lost souls in the game, but I didn’t think that the owner of one of the teams that plays in Texas, and was owned by someone who I thought was a down to Earth guy (Cuban) would do something this absurd.
The Gateway Pundit is reporting:
‘Mark Cuban is the first pro sports team owner to strike the US National Anthem from the pre-game lineup.
Because why honor a country that gave you everything?
Cuban is the face of America’s erosion.’
Imagine having a “trial” where the “judge” had already voted to convict the defendant?
That’s what happens in banana republics, third world dictatorships and now the United States Senate. SAD! pic.twitter.com/sW5Wrk7u03
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) February 9, 2021
The Mavericks do not plan to resume the tradition next year.
The Mavericks have stopped playing the national anthem before home games at the direction of owner Mark Cuban, he confirmed to ESPN.
The Mavs do not plan to resume the tradition to play the national anthem before games in the future. https://t.co/nFEI5g2AsU
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) February 10, 2021
I’ve never been one to live and die by the national anthem, but it is part of the tradition at sports games. Why would you stop now? Unless … maybe, a nation with 4x as many slaves demanded you did in order to play in their communist nation?
It’s the only logical rational I can think of …
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