The NFL seems determined to destroy its business.
The league abetted the disgusting anti-American anthem protests for two seasons as fans turned away in droves.
But now the NFL has done something so insulting to true patriots, the damage may be irreversible.
The NFL capitulated to the demands of the radical protesters, but wouldn’t extend common courtesy to Army veterans who wanted to place an ad during the Super Bowl.
AMVETS officials are saying that the National Football League censored their TV advertisement because it criticized the league’s widespread protests against the country during the playing of the national anthem.
The nation’s largest veterans service organization was approached by the NFL to place an ad during the big game this year but when AMVETS submitted the ad containing the hashtag “#PleaseStand,” the NFL rejected it, according to the Army Times.
The ad, projected to cost the group $30,000, also featured veterans saluting the flag and ended with information on how to donate to the charitable organization.
AMVETS National Commander Marion Polk reported that the NFL rejected the ad but did not give a reason for the decision.