What’s better than sticking it to Chinese commie bastards? How about sticking it to Chinese, NBA, and ESPN commie bastards all at the same time?
ESPN's College Football Gameday will be in Baton Rouge for the Florida-LSU game Saturday. It'd be a shame if a couple thousand people show up with offensive FREE HONG KONG signs.
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) October 9, 2019
And thus David “Iowahawk” Burge calls on American college football fans to do what the cowardly NBA won’t: Stand up for freedom against the Butchers of Beijing.
On the off chance you missed it, two NBA fans were kicked out of a game in Philly for holding up similar signs. Get a load of this frenzied mob of dangerous radicals.
— Sam Wachs (@gogowachs) October 9, 2019
There’s something so-wrong-it-must-be-right about having Emperor (and secret Sith Lord) Palpatine urge fans to bring their “FREE HONG KONG” signs, which is kind of the point. It shouldn’t take an evil mastermind to fight dollar-infused communist thuggery, yet here we are.
In fact, Twitter is all atwitter with support for Dave’s idea — up to and including cash on the table.
— Michael P (@mdonprince) October 9, 2019
And ignore the downsides, because this is still America, and we don’t have China’s Orwellian social credit scheme for digital oppression.
But, think of the students who would get a F in their Virtue Signaling 101 class if they held up this sign. They could even damage their Social Credit Score!
— Frank Carr (@jfrankcarr) October 9, 2019
But there’s also this word of warning:
If you do this, be clever. ESPN pre checks all signs for prohibited content, and I believe one of those is political content
— David V (@davidemvasquez) October 9, 2019
So if you’re planning on going to the game on Saturday, you’ll need a mock sign to cover your FREE HONG KONG sign. I’d suggest something safe like “ESPN RULEZ” or “GO COLLEGE SPORTSBALL TEAM” or “HONG KONG SO-CALLED ‘PROTESTS’ RUN BY FILTHY FOREIGN IMPERIALIST RUNNING DOG CAPITALIST PIGS.”
Yeah, go with that last one. ESPN will love it.