NFL legend Brett Favre endorses Trump for president

NFL great Brett Favre has endorsed President Donald Trump for reelection. He’s one of the most prominent figures in sports to publicly pledge support for the President.

In a tweet, the former Green Bay Packers quarterback praised Trump’s stances on freedom of speech, la Second Amendment, y policía.
My Vote is for what makes this country great, freedom of speech & religion, 2nd Amnd, hard working tax paying citizens, policía & militar,” él escribió. “In this election, we have freedom of choice, which all should respect. Para mí & these principles, my Vote is for @RealDonaldTrump.
The endorsement comes a little more than a week since Favre asked Trump during a town hall how professional sports leagues should promote an anti-racism position without alienating fans.
    Triunfo, speaking from the White House, responded, “People don’t want to see all of the politics. They’ve got enough politics with me and everybody else and they don’t want to see it with football, on sports on Sunday or whenever they happen to be watching.
    Favre mostly avoided making political statements throughout his playing career and since retiring in 2010.
    But in July, he was photographed golfing with President Trump. The twodiscussed the importance of sports as a critical unifying and uplifting part of the safe reopening of America,” White House deputy press secretary Brian Morgenstern said, de acuerdo a CNN affiliate WTMJ.
    The two were pictured without masks in close proximity to each other.
    He also appeared in an election ad for Mississippi Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith in June, la Mississippi Clarion-Ledger reported.

    Trump gets support from NFL

    Mientras NFL team owners have donated millions to Trump’s campaign in the past, Favre is one of the few former or current NFL players to endorse the President.
    A principios de esta semana, retired NFL quarterback Jay Cutler appeared to support Trump’s reelection by reposting an endorsement letter from professional golfer Jack Nicklaus with the captionNever a doubt.
    Trump’s relationship with the NFL has been rocky. En 2017 y 2018, él criticized Colin Kaepernick and other players who knelt during the National Anthem to protest police violence against Black Americans and said they should be fired.
      Earlier this year, Favre saidthere’s no right answerwhen it comes to players kneeling during the anthem but asserted thatwe should all be treated equal.
      If you can’t do that, you shouldn’t be in America,” he told USA Today in August.




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