by Jenn Foster
Is 2020 shaping up to be the year that celebrities let their MAGA pride flag fly for all to see — liberal snowflakes be damned?
After Joy Villa wowed everyone in her pro-Trump dress at the Grammy Awards this past weekend, Frank Clark, defensive end for the Kansas City Chiefs, wore some Trump swag of his own during a Super Bowl press conference. The big moment went viral on social media Thursday when Benny Johnson shared footage of the moment on Twitter. Take a look:
Needless to say, Clark’s good natured swag caused a mass triggering of liberal SJWs across Twitter.
But he wasn’t the only Chiefs player to anger the left.
Chiefs offensive linemen Stefen Wisniewski quoted the Book of Job in an on-air sports interview from the Super Bowl field, sharing his faith in Jesus:
And even Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes raised the ire of liberals — including Black Lives Matter radicals — when a VERY un-P.C. quote he tweeted years ago about the Trayvon Martin case surfaced for the first time.
Mahomes defended George Zimmerman and said he did not commit any crime in the death of Martin. A jury later ruled Zimmerman acted in self-defense.
Mahones was only 18 at the time he posted the tweets, which were recently deleted.
For the bi-racial Mahomes (his father is Black) to do this has outraged the left, who have demanded his apology (he has thus far refused to do so).
Mahomes did not “support” Zimmerman, but just said (correctly) that he did not commit a crime in the death.
As of print time, no other Kansas City palyers have pissed off any liberals, but we will let you know.
In addition, as to a Trump White House invitation, no Chiefs players said they would refuse to go if they won.
Last year, prior to the Super Bowl game in which they lost to the New England Patriots, Rams head coach Sean McVay said the team was “undecided” on whether or not they would visit the White House.
Last week, 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman said that he most likely would not visit the White House if his team squeaked out a Sunday victory.
“I haven’t thought about it,” Sherman told San Francisco Chronicle’s Scott Ostler regarding a White House visit. “We’ve got a long way between now and then, but I doubt it.”