After NHL Nashville Predators’ legend P.K. Subban was asked whether he will partake in the mass protests regarding the anthem, he made a stunning statement, clearing all doubts about him bending the knee.
Subban attended a fundraiser on Tuesday night at Zanies Comedy Club in Nashville and addressed the crowd by saying he would “never” take a knee during the national anthem. The reason for this is because he respects the anthem and country too much. Subban is actually Canadian, which gave him the chance to boycott neither the anthem nor the flag.
Predators CEO Sean Henry explained the team won’t be kneeling during the anthem, ahead of their game.
“When this all came about, we wanted to get together with our team because everything we do is collaborative. When we say what we’re going to be doing, it really is a ‘we.’ Everyone had input on it. We are honoring the anthem and the flag and the country by standing during the anthem. We invite our fans to do so with us.
“It is also our way of honoring what else it stands for, and it does provide for the freedom for others to express their views and protests in a manner in which they feel comfortable doing. We just think there’s proper forums for all. Our games have become this unifying celebration, so we have decided that we’re all going to stand together to honor the country and all that comes with it.”
Like us on Facebook – USA Liberty News
That settles it then.