NFL WEEK 3: Empty Stadiums in Atlanta, Minnesota, Los Angeles

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.24.18

The National Football League continued to hemorrhage furious fans as the embattled organization entered its third week of the season, with attendees noting empty stadiums across the country.

Photos of the vacant arenas flooded social media as angry fans change the channel on the league following two years of athletes choosing to “take a knee” during the performance of the US national anthem.

“The Chargers and Rams will meet on the field on Sunday, but both teams are trying to achieve a common goal off it — trying to reignite Los Angeles’ passion for the NFL,” writes the Associated Press.

GAME OVER: Empty Stadiums STUN NFL Owners Over the Weekend

posted by Hannity Staff - 5.14.17

The NFL is struggling to ease tensions with furious fans over their professional athletes’ months-long protest of the national anthem. As ratings plummet, owners and officials are beginning to bar their players from “taking a knee” before the game. Last week, just two teams –the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins- banned their athletes from “disrespecting” the anthem and the flag.

h/t Breitbart News

GAME OVER: NFL Officials STUNNED at Empty Stadiums Over Weekend

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.12.17

The NFL has been struggling to regain its footing following weeks of players choosing to “take a knee” during the performance of the US national anthem.

The ensuing controversy gained national attention when President Trump called for a total boycott of the NFL until officials and owners require players to stand during the ‘Star-Spangled Banner.’

h/t Breitbart News

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