NFL legend Terry Bradshaw blasted political correctness and stood up for his faith on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” when he said the left can’t stand one word: Jesus.
Bradshaw spoke about the recent protests of the national anthem by NFL players and brought up the way the left has defended their First Amendment rights, but not the rights of those who have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
While Bradshaw did defend the right of San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players to protest, he noted that he didn’t take issue with people disrespecting the flag and the national anthem.
“I do have a problem when people in this country don’t respect our flag and national anthem, and all you got to do is look around. This country is getting worse and worse and more and more immoral and we’re rotting from within.”
“All great empires die from within,” Bradshaw added. “We can’t talk about Jesus. We can’t mention that anymore. So we say ‘I’m religious’ — because if we say Jesus, then you automatically are pigeonholed and kicked off the desk.”
“You can’t talk about it,” Bradshaw continued his point. “The two vice presidential guys are going at it and they are both saying what? ‘We’re religious.’ What does that mean — you’re religious? Everybody is religious.”
Look at his comments here:
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The left has gone on and on about protecting the protesters’ right to disrespect the nation, but as Bradshaw has pointed out, they haven’t been concerned about the rights of groups that don’t help their agenda – in fact, they actively stifle them.
Bradshaw also mentioned the fact that the country is “rotting from within.” If we keep moving further and further from Christ then the values that made America to be a great nation, this nation will fall.