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Bar Owner Labeled as Racist for Lynch, Kaepernick Jersey Doormat


The owner of SNAFU bar in Missouri is being labeled as a racist for expressing his American right to an actual form of peaceful protest.

Jason Burle is the owner of SNAFU bar in Lake Ozark, Missouri and in a display of protest against the anti-American sentiments of current NFL season players Burle decided to use two NFL jerseys as makeshift doormats. In a humorous coincidence the two jerseys chosen belonged to Colin Kaepernick and Marshawn Lynch, both prominent members of the NFL kneeling protests. The order of the jerseys was placed without thought, but after realizing they read as, ‘Lynch Kaepernick,’ Burle is being labeled as a white supremacist rather than a protesting American by liberal mainstream media sources.


Via Fox News:

Jason Burle, the owner of SNAFU bar, told KOMU he didn’t intentionally place the doormats on the ground in that order, but that he did decide to use the jerseys as doormats because he doesn’t agree with the NFL players taking a knee during the National Anthem to protest police brutality and social injustice.

Burle told KOMU “it’s not a race thing,” but many people are outraged by the display, claiming the arrangement of the jerseys was in bad taste.

Regardless of accusations, Burle stood by the display because the NFL protests angered him. He said they’re his way of standing up for himself and his family who served in the military.

“A lot of us military folks take that personal to heart,” Burle said.

Once again liberal America displays the same old tired rhetoric of racism and hypocrisy. Democrats claim that NFL protesters aren’t out of line for the decision to protest while simultaneously disrespecting the American national anthem but believe this business owner is completely out of hand. Hypocrisy is always the agenda when it comes to liberal minded beliefs.

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