Last Updated on February 13, 2023
America First Arizonan Kari Lake remained seated for the playing of the so-called “black national anthem” at Super Bowl LVII, before the game kicked off in Glendale, Arizona’s State Farm Stadium.
The NFL marked the start of Super Bowl LVII by having “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” the so-called “black national anthem,” performed before kick-off, and before the singing of America’s actual National Anthem, the Star Spangled Banner. It was the first time the song was performed live at the Super Bowl, after it was forced upon the American People, most of whom had never even heard it before they were told it was of “separate but equal” importance to America’s real National Anthem, and must be performed to appease the same Black Lives Matter radicals and Bolshevik string pullers who organized the NFL’s public attacks on the very existence of America.
Kari Lake, Arizona’s Trump-aligned GOP gubernatorial candidate who was the victim of Democrat fraudsters in 2022 and is now barnstorming for Election Integrity gave the “black national anthem” the same treatment the BLM and their sympathizers have spent years giving the real National Anthem, remaining seated as the song was performed at Super Bowl LVII.
That resulted in a viral photo that’s now making its way around the internet and in the praises of patriots all over the country, who are applauding Lake for refusing to play into the hands of the anti-American left.
— Frankie Stockes – Reporter (@stockes76) February 13, 2023
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In addition to the performance of the “black national anthem,” Super Bowl LVII fulfilled a number of left-wing wish-list items and is being hailed as the most woke super bowl of all time by liberal corporate media.
According to USA Today columnist Mike Freeman, not only was the Super Bowl LVII the “blackest, most woke Super Bowl ever,” but it “wasn’t the Super Bowl” at all.
“This was Wakanda,” Freeman declared.