Posted BY: Billy M | NwoReport

Source: Dylan Gwinn

After 21 people – including 19 children – were killed at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, on Thursday, San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler said he would not be coming out for the national anthem until he felt better about the “direction of the country.”

On Saturday, White Sox manager Tony La Russa said that voicing objections at a time for honoring the flag and anthem was “not appropriate.”

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“I think he’s exactly right to be concerned … with what’s happening in our country. He’s right there,” Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa said of Kapler, according to ESPN.

“Where I disagree is the flag and the anthem are not appropriate places to try to voice your objections.”

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