Segregation City? 'Black National Anthem' Sung Before NFL Season Opener

Nick Kangadis | September 8, 2023
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If you missed Thursday night’s 2023 NFL season opener between last season’s Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs and the Detroit Lions, you’re not alone. But, if you did happen to watch some of the pre-game festivities, you would’ve seen and heard the “Black National Anthem,” “Lift Every Voice,” being sung prior to kickoff.

For those that love the idea of segregation, both the Kansas City Boys and Kansas City Girls choirs sang the song of division, excluding everyone who wasn’t black in the stadium and watching at home.

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Ironically, in case you’ve never heard of it before, a little song called “The Star-Spangled Banner” is the national anthem for ALL Americans, despite far-left black supremacists best attempts at cancelling the song and further dividing the country based on the color of one’s skin.

Listen, I’m not against the song in general. But, to sing it as if it were a separate national anthem for one group of people is the height of division and hypocrisy. Where’s the Latino national anthem or the Asian national anthem or the trans national anthem? Because you know that group would complain until the cows came home for not being included.

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