Hollywood “Celebrities” Hate You

Untalented, unfunny “comedian” Jon Stewart (whose real name is Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz) went on his podcast (which I assume is as unfunny as he is) and ranted about the National Anthem and why Americans stand when it is played.

Jon Stewart is flummoxed as to why the national anthem is played before sports events, calling it a “weird ritual.” He also questioned the American tradition of standing for the national anthem.

Stewart, like most leftists, despise this country and the rubes like us who sincerely appreciate the freedoms we have here. I wonder why they stay in a country they despise?

In the latest episode of his podcast, Stewart spoke to billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner Marc Cuban, who recently ended the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” at home games.

Cuban is a genuine asshole. This country gave him everything, and he shits on America every single say.

“Does anyone know when that started, playing the national anthem before games? It’s such a weird ritual,” Stewart said. “I’ve always thought about when [Colin] Kaepernick took the knee and the whole thing was like, ‘You gotta stand for the anthem!’

Hey dumbass, you don’t HAVE to stand for the National Anthem. Those who do stand are people who respect the United States and appreciate living in the best country (for now) on Earth.

In 2016, my intestines were twisted, and I had to have surgery for them to untwist everything. Kyle, Erik, and I had tickets to the NCAA Lacrosse Championships, which were a couple days after I was released. I drove them to the game, and I took forever to get to our seats – I still had sutures in and I was still in a lot of pain.

The National Anthem began, and I stood. I was nauseous, but I stood. Not because I had to, but because it’s the decent thing to do. Not that Hollywood a leftist would know anything about decency.

Hong Kong Sings U.S. National Anthem

The Hong Kong protesters – I call them freedom fighters – started singing The Star-Spangled Banner on Thanksgiving after President Trump signed two bills condemning Red China.

On Thanksgiving Day (in the evening, actually) Hong Kong protesters decided to sing the American national anthem as a gesture of thanks for President Trump signing two bills into law Wednesday that condemned China. When they were done with “The Star-Spangled Banner,” the protesters chanted “USA, USA, USA.”

The first of the two bills signed into law by President Trump on Wednesday requires the State Department to certify once a year that Hong Kong is sufficiently autonomous to retain its special U.S. trading consideration. The second bill, meanwhile, makes it illegal to sell munitions like tear gas and rubber bullets to Hong Kong police.

To the Hong Kong protesters, these bills are proof that the United States has their back. America offers them moral support, and they are grateful for it.

Yes, this move will anger the Chinese, but I believe the upside greatly outweighs the downside. The previous president never stood up for those desiring freedom across the pond, with disastrous results. These bills may not be all that important in the grand scheme of things, but to those protesters, it means everything.