shaq-backs-daryl-morey-amid-nba-china-controversy:-‘one-of-our-best-values-here-in-america-is-free-speech’

Just moments before the first game of the 2019-2020 NBA season kicked off, NBA legend Shaquille “Shaq” O’Neal publicly defended the Houston Rockets’ general manager, Daryl Morey, who ignited backlash against the NBA from China earlier this month when he tweeted support for pro-democratic protesters. Speaking on TNT’s pregame show Tuesday night, O’Neal warned no…

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watch:-after-bending-a-knee-to-the-communist-chinese,-lebron-james-disrespects-national-anthem

National Basketball Association (NBA) veteran and first team all-woke American LeBron James just can’t get it right. After a turbulent two weeks for the NBA, during which it embarrassingly groveled to and kissed the feet of the communist Chinese regime, James decided to skip the end of the National Anthem before the Los Angeles Lakers’…

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sen-josh-hawley-calls-on-nba,-us.-corporations-to-‘show-a-little-backbone’

In today’s Senate Session, Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., delivered a resounding speech on the Senate floor where he called vociferously for the application of global Magnitsky sanctions “on individuals and business entities that abet Beijing and its oppression of the freedoms of speech and assembly that rightfully belong to the people of Hong Kong.” He…

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shaq-defends-american-values,-stands-up-for-free-speech

As the NBA season tips off in the midst of controversy, former basketball star and reserve police officer Shaquille O’Neal stood up for free speech and Houston Rockets assistant general manager Daryl Morey. “Whenever you see something wrong going on anywhere in the world, you should have the right to say ‘that’s not right,’ and that’s…

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photos:-hollywood-producer-buys-300-tickets-to-nba-game,-invitees-protest-on-behalf-of-hong-kong

The National Basketball Association (NBA) was proverbially dunked on Friday night when a Hollywood producer purchased 300 tickets to a game, and gave all 300 attendees t-shirts with pro-Hong Kong messaging to protest the league’s stance on Chinese affairs. “Producer and activist Andrew Duncan bought 300 tickets to tonight’s Nets vs Raptors game and is…

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the-blizzard-gaming-boycott-is-the-tip-of-the-chinese-censorship-iceberg

If you’ve somehow managed to browse the internet without hearing about the Blizzard debacle, let me catch you up: Blizzard Entertainment is a gaming company that runs Hearthstone, an online card game with competitive tournaments. A Hong Kong-based player named Ng Wai Chung (alias Blitzchung) used a pro-democracy slogan during a post-match interview that was…

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zuckerberg-attacks-china-on-free-speech,-but-what-about-facebook’s-own-censorship-issues?

Facebook might be a global company—the largest social network in the world—but Zuckerberg made an argument at Georgetown University on Thursday that America ought to lead the world in digital speech, a forum he referred to as the new “fifth estate.” After a brief history lesson on the expansion of First Amendment freedoms in the…

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sports-reporter-jason-whitlock-breaks-ranks-with-sjw-colleagues,-destroys-nba-for-a-week-straight

Fox Sports 1 reporter Jason Whitlock has been on a heater for the past week, dishing out beatdowns to the hypocritical NBA and its players who have kneeled before the brutal communist Chinese regime instead of standing for freedom in Hong Kong. “NBA has given up on America. NBA business model is based on getting…

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nba-stands-behind-political-protest-when-it’s-anti-american,-rebukes-protest-when-it’s-anti-china

The NBA has received deserved criticism for caving to the demands of the Chinese government to preserve their business relationship. Much of that criticism has focused on the NBA’s perceived hypocrisy. The NBA has long positioned itself as the “woke” league. Teams wore warm-ups that supported Eric Garner. Their commissioner Adam Silver said he wanted…

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lebron-james-takes-internet-beating-after-defending-chinese-regime

It’s been a long while since any event brought the internet together like National Basketball Association (NBA) player LeBron James defending the brutal communist Chinese regime in order to protect his bottom line. The “woke” basketball player excused the Chinese regime’s crackdown on freedom of expression and democracy in Hong Kong in an interview Monday…

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