In a recent interview with Rolling Stone magazine NBA star Steph Curry said President Trump’s rhetoric “doesn’t have any place in our country.”
Steph Curry: “Take Trump seriously? Of course. Most of his rhetoric has a tone of divisiveness that doesn’t have a place in our country. As serious and loud as the threat is of him, there’s a similar urgency and a loudness that’s necessary on the other side.”
Steph Curry tells me Donald Trump’s rhetoric “doesn’t have a place in our country.” pic.twitter.com/YQ5NAyttBY
— Matt Sullivan (@sullduggery) September 12, 2022
Curry wants a loudness on the other side — as if their Marxist policies do not speak loud enough!
Remember, Steph Curry once admitted to getting his information from Talcum X.
Steph Curry also praised Castro-loving Marxist and all-around doofus Colin Kaepernick.
Steph Curry Sounds Misinformed, To Say The Least
Yes, the left definitely needs loudness. They certainly don’t have any of that. People like AOC, Nancy Pelosi, and Kamala Harris usually keep their opinions to themselves. And they certainly aren’t amplified by the media. This is where I would insert the eye roll emoji, by the way.
Curry blasts Trump for a “tone of divisiveness” while propping up the aforementioned Shaun King and fellow NBA player, LeBron James. James, you’ll recall, once called Trump “a bum” on Twitter, a post Curry shared to his followers. Those are definitely the types of people trying to unite the country.
Just like Curry, who when asked about comments by Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank — who called Trump an “asset” to the country in 2017 — said that Plank was correct if you remove the “-et” from “asset.” Yes, calling the President of the United States an ass apparently counts as healthy rhetoric and smart dialogue.
Curry endorsed Joe Biden for President in 2020. Biden promised to unite the country, like Curry allegedly wants. There’s no need to delve into all of the divisive rhetoric of Biden because the image of his speech in early September says more than we ever could.
Because any conversation about “social justice” has to involve Colin Kaepernick — or in the case of ESPN, any conversation — Curry discussed him, as well.
“All the ways that they want to nitpick what Colin’s done, from the time he kneeled to now, you can’t tell me that there hasn’t been progress and change and a renewed sense of accountability amongst a lot of athletes, like, ‘Which side of the fence are you on? Are you doing something or not?’” Curry told the magazine.
He’s right about one thing: it definitely made athletes speak out on issues on which they are not experts or particularly knowledgeable. It’s been great for the NBA’s TV ratings. If you consider losing a huge chunk of the audience great.
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