Trump media advisory board member tells Lou Dobbs protesting NFL athletes should "shut up and play ball"

Trump media advisory board member tells Lou Dobbs protesting NFL athletes should "shut up and play ball"

Loudon: "Why don't they just do what they were hired to do and be actual professionals?"

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From the August 10 edition of Fox Business' Lou Dobbs Tonight:

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GINA LOUDON: What were they protesting again, Lou? Can you even remember? Because I kind of feel like maybe they're protesting protesting. Because I don't think anybody is aware of exactly what it is they're protesting. And I think the president made the most poignant point, and that is there are other ways to protest.

Shut up and play ball. I mean, that's really how I feel -- I mean, the president didn't say that part, I'm saying that.

Why don't they just do what they were hired to do and be actual professionals?

Previously:

Trump media advisory board member warns if "Democrats get their way ... every single criminal MS-13 rapist drug person" will "go scot-free”

On Hannity, Gina Loudon defends Trump’s deplorable hot mic tape by arguing "No one was raped, nobody has died"

On Fox Business, Ed Rollins claims NFL protests are a political strategy by the Congressional Black Caucus to “play the racist card”

Tucker Carlson Tonight guest host Mark Steyn: "There's no point bringing people together who can't even agree on the National Anthem"
 

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