This is not a story of young boys, who many would say are too young to play football, (See trailer the movie “Concussion), being the victims of corrupt, mostly black racist politicians who allow this nonsense to prevail.
The state of Illinois, “The Land of Lincoln,” is but one of the most dangerous states of the ten most dangerous in America.
What do they have in common?
Failed Democrat leadership that has forced their constituents to live in urban ghettos. (Source)
The kids time could be far better spent with teachers and tutors who would reject this environment, setting goals of high school graduation, college or possibly trade school in order that they might lift themselves up, begin thinking clearly and making plans to leave this environment as soon as they become 18-years old.
Every player on the Cahokia Quarterback Club football team (8 and under) took a knee during the national anthem ahead of Sunday’s game at Little Devil’s Field in Belleville.
This coach is not a real man, he’s a coward.
If anything, he should be telling these young boys the truth about their world and warn them of the consequences of any future actions.
The coach in this situation must be banned from coaching or being allowed to work with children in any capacity.
In nearby St. Louis Mo. 44 percent of the population is white and 49 percent black. Based on the city’s official crime data for 2012, the most recent year which data are available, 97.6 percent of those arrested for murder were black and 2.4 percent were white.
More than 82 percent of those arrested for serious crimes like murder, aggravated assault and larceny were black, while just 17.5 percent arrested were white.
Black males in St. Louis were responsible for the vast majority (63.5 percent) of crimes committed. Other groups contribute significantly less to the serious crimes in St. Louis.
White males made up 17 percent of arrests, black females were 14 percent of arrests and white females only 5.3 percent of arrests.
Black females were arrested for 14 murders compared with three white males arrested for murder.
Black females were arrested for more robberies, aggravated assaults and larcenies than white males
The Cahokia football coach, who had the perfect opportunity to educate these young minds about getting a good education and staying away from a dead-end life of crime, instead, took the opportunity to disrespect the law enforcement officers tasked with protecting these crime-ridden neighborhoods.