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STUNNER: Lingerie Football League Has 2 Words For Roger Goodell… The NFL Is Over

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The all-woman league formerly known as the Lingerie Football League announced this week its belief that America’s flag and national anthem are “far too sacred” to protest.

The league, recently rebranded as the Legends Football League, said in a Tuesday statement that its players would not be taking a knee during the national anthem as many of their male counterparts in the NFL have done.

“The LFL recognizes everyone’s First Amendment right to protest, but our nation’s flag and anthem are far too sacred,” the league said. “Too many fellow Americans have made the ultimate sacrifice, so that our flag and anthem continue in all its majesty.”

LFL will be releasing a Video Statement to the controversy surrounding our National Anthem protests.

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In a video announcing the league’s continued support for the national anthem, the LFL pledged to “stand in salute” of the flag.

“It symbolizes all the blood, sweat, and tears that have been shed so that we as Americans can raise our flag across our nation,” the organization says during the video. “The LFL salutes all those who make this the greatest country in the world.”

“We stand in salute of our flag.”

This year’s Legends Cup Champions were the Seattle Mist, which defeated the Atlanta Steam 38 to 28 in the finals. The Mist finished the season undefeated.

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Also, here’s the official “I Proudly Stand For The Anthem” t-shirt (we have hoodie and v-neck options, too!) that has part of the proceeds going to the National Coalition of Homeless Veterans!

 

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  1. Bill Wilson

    September 28, 2017 at 2:34 am

    Bravo. We patriotic Americans let the worst legal prcedent ever take place when WE allowed our Supremes Court to rule that the “action” of desecrating of Flag was an acceptable form of “speech” as in Freedom of Speech. We DID NOTHING to disavow them of their stupidity in equating an “action” with “verbal expression”. Now we are paying for our in-action. I hope Mr. Trump has received my thoughts about this and will undertake to correct this wrong our nations’ highest court has strangled us with.

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