This parody video blasts hypocrites like Lebron James and Colin Kaepernick.
Source: Shane Trejo
Sports journalist Jason Whitlock of OutKick has released a video on social media lampooning Black Lives Matter and the athletes who have injected leftist dogma into professional sporting events.
Whitlock posted a video featuring a supposed racist hillbilly named Billy Ray Joe Bob who harbored hate in his heart until hearing lectures from privileged millionaire athletes whining about how they’re so oppressed.
“The American flag flies and Billy Ray watches as the players take a knee. But what–what’s this? It appears that Billy Ray Joe Bob is reflecting on the heroic contributions of Jacob Blake and dozens of other violent criminals who have bravely resisted arrest,” Whitlock said in the parody video.
“Billy Ray Joe Bob is a man reborn. But that’s not the end of this miraculous transformation,” he continued.
It was at this point when Whitlock showed Billy Ray ditching his KFC for Popeye’s chicken and hot sauce, giving up his Bud Light for Hennessy VSOP liquor, and throwing aside his edition of Guns & Ammo for the voluptuous soul sistas of Ebony magazine. The video ended with Billy Ray getting twerked on by a woman of color.
“Heck, a few more months of kneeling and, who knows, maybe the athletes themselves will start dating black women,” Whitlock said to conclude the video.
The video can be seen in its entirety here:
Whitlock has frequently appeared on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to keep it real about the extremely unsophisticated China-driven political stances made regularly by low IQ sportsball chuckers, as Big League Politics has noted:
Sports journalist Jason Whitlock criticized NBA, Nike, and sports companies for caving in to China during various interviews on Fox this week.
On Tuesday night during Tucker Carlson’s show, Whitlock broke down how shoe and athletic apparel companies rely on the Chinese market which has a major influence on NBA interactions with China and its repressive regime.
“You see NBA players constantly over the summer during their off-season running to China to do the bidding of their shoe companies and to sell their shoes in the China market and so the NBA is really being exposed as not nearly as much of an American business as it is a global business with China perhaps having more influence over it than even America,” Whitlock explained.
“These athletes are young and I’m not giving them an excuse but they’re young,” he continued. “Many of them didn’t go to college, they’ve only spent a year or two ago in college. They don’t understand how they’re being used and played to promote a communist, a Marxist agenda.”
The sports journalist continued:
These guys can rail against our government, our president and be applauded for it. They don’t have the courage to speak out against a communist government. All kinds of human rights violations. It’s the epitome of hypocrisy and cowardice.
Later this week, Whitlock went on Sean Hannity’s show to continue sounding off on the NBA’s cowardly behavior when confronting China.
Whitlock thinks there’s something more to NBA player’s constant criticism of President Donald Trump and their complete silence on China.
He believes that this story is “really about Nike.” Whitlock notes that the NBA is a $8 billion per year business, while Nike is a $40 billion per year business. In his view, the NBA answers to Nike, while Nike answers to China.
Whitlock’s new outlet OutKick is following the lead of Barstool Sports and actually giving the consumer what they want, instead of shoehorning social justice propaganda through athletic events and commentary.