By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The NFL returned this weekend with a full slate of Sunday games. However, people are tuning out their “woke” agenda.
For those that do not know, it means people are now “woke” in their attention of current events. This
The league has turned into a political organization, like the NBA, following the George Floyd death in Minneapolis, Minnesota in May. As a result of their “woke” agenda, the league’s Sunday Night Football primetime game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Los Angeles Rams was lackluster, according to the ratings.
Deadline is reporting that the Cowboys and Rams game was down 28% in the demo compared to the 2019 NFL opener between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. In addition, it was a 23% view decline from Sunday’s game to the Steelers vs. Patriots game.
The Steelers and Patriots game garnered 22.7 million with Verizon added in. Also, Sunday’s game was down 10% in demo and in viewers from Thursday’s game between the Houston Texans and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Fans are tuning out at an alarming rate, as these sports leagues are catering to the Black Lives Matter movement.
There are people, who have had enough with the Black Lives Matter movement. These individuals no longer support the movement, as they believe the BLM is a Marxist organization – which one of the platform’s founders admitted here.
BLM also wants to end the nuclear family between a man and a woman.
Even fans, who attended the Texans vs. Chiefs, booed the players, as they showed united against racism.
The Cowboys and the Rams had a 4.7 in the early ratings between adults aging from 18-49. Their overall rating was 14.81 million.
The league put the Cowboys, who arguably has the biggest fanbase as “America’s team” against the Rams, who play in the second-largest media market in the country.
The NFL will continue its social justice campaigns for the rest of the season. But, as the league and its teams continue to push this “woke” agenda, people are going to continue to tune them out and do something else on Thursday nights, Sundays, and Monday night.
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