LeBron James is a very hardcore BLM activist.
As a matter of fact, his strong activism is helping to sink NBA ratings at record speeds.
But LeBron doesn’t care, as long as he can play social and political activist.
We’ll see how he feels when his paycheck gets cut because trust me, the NBA is not too big to fall. They may think they are, but they’re not.
LeBron was recently asked to make a comment on the Compton police officers who were ambushed and shot in the head.
His callous response tells you everything you need to know about the “stately” King James.
Following the horrific incident in Compton, Los Angeles, Sheriff Alex Villanueva publicly challenged social justice warrior LeBron James to match the reward money for information leading to an arrest in the case. The county put up $100,000 while private citizens have offered $75,000. LeBron has been dribbling and not commenting.
Finally, he was asked about the challenge but embarrassingly refused to comment.
“I have zero comment on the sheriff,” LeBron responded.
Well. No wiggle room there.
It is no surprise to see LeBron running from the question. After all, he’s quite busy these days having a foundation aggressively texting random Florida residents trying to reach convicted felons. LeBron is looking around to pay fines so felons can vote (for Joe Biden) in the upcoming presidential election.
The urgent stuff first, right, LeBron?
Normal people, who are not radicalized can feel bad about a human life being taken, or someone being injured even if it doesn’t “fit” a certain. political ideology.
For example, I feel very bad at how George Floyd died. I still can’t watch the video. I know he had drugs in his system, and all that, however, it still really hurts my heart to see a knee on his neck. It bothers me. I am not so entrenched in politics, that I see every single thing though one lens. And I know MANY of you are the same way.
But there are very few people on the left who can say that. They’ve just allowed politics to blacken their souls.
LeBron should have been able to say “I am sorry that those two officers were targeted.” But he either doesn’t see it that way, or he does and couldn’t care less.
Either one of those options is awful.
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