Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is running as a third-party candidate for President of the United States, and he’s got some athletic supporters
This one is for the sports fans and political junkies alike! Let’s dive into a fascinating crossover – athletes who’ve swapped their jerseys and jockstraps for suits and ties, making their mark in the rough-and-tumble world of politics. Here are ten sports figures who didn’t just play the game, they changed it – in the government!
Alex Anzalone recently went on social media and implored President Joe Biden to take actions to bring his parents home from the war torn area
Military veterans, active service members, and football fans in general set to attend the anticipated Army-Navy football game at Gillette Stadium this fall face hotel reservation cancellations. No, it’s not because of bounced credit cards, but that the rooms initially reserved for game attendees are now being allocated to accommodate illegal migrant families.
I don’t forget the people in my life who supported the Black Lives Matter riots, locking down the economies, closing gyms sticking your kids in front of computers for worthless “remote learning” all day. I especially don’t forget every single company and employer who threatened their workforce with destitution if they didn’t take the experimental COVID-19 vaccine.
Former Disney actor turned YouTuber and professional boxer, Jake Paul, has a message for America; wake up and pay attention or all the madness you see within our politics and culture are going to get way, way worse.
When it comes to politics, the playing field can be as diverse as the fans in the stands. While some athletes prefer to stay out of the political fray, others have taken a stance, vocalizing their support for specific politicians, including the 45th U.S. President, Donald Trump. Let’s dive into a list of seven renowned athletes who have shown their allegiance to Trump.
While speaking at Chapter Leaders Summit hosted by Turning Point USA, a grassroots conservative organization whose mission is to mobilize young conservatives to get involved in campus politics and educate students on conservative values, UFC star Colby Covington took a moment during the Q&A portion to speak out and issue a call to action to the young activists in the audience to continue defending American ideals.
Recently, NFL Hall of Famer Troy Aikman knocked beer brands for hypocritically capitalizing on the Fourth of July holiday
Former MLB star Curt Schilling says it’s time for someone to ‘pull a trigger’ over drag queens, Trump and the left