Out of Left Field: NFL Draftee Shamed Into Apology For Pro-Trump, Anti-Kaepernick Tweets

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Welcome to Out of Left Field (OLF)! My new weekly sports segment featuring my take on topics involving the intersection of sports, politics and the media.

For the inaugural episode, I'll be talking about the controversy surrounding first round NFL draft pick, Nick Bosa. Even before he was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers, "activists" decided to try and shame the 21-year-old by digging up old tweets. Bosa eventually apologized for one of those tweets, and his agent scrubbed his social media of all other possibly offensive tweets.

I wish I didn't have to do a segment like this. But, since the political world - with the aid of a corrupt media - has poisoned the world of sports, I feel like someone needs to begin talking about the pundits posing as sportscasters making said sports world almost unbearable. Sports used to be an escape from the division of politics, education indoctrination, and the purposeful diversion tactics of the media.

Out of Left Field won't just be a place to rail on the left, no matter how fun that is at times - it will also be a celebration of sport. Join me!

Don't forget to watch the video at the top. Stay tuned to MRCTV for more!

Sources: Fox News, Twitter (Resist Programming), NFL.com, YouTube (USA Today Sports), YouTube (KPIX CBS SF Bay Area)

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