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The moment the Kansas City Chiefs secured their spot in Super Bowl LIV, the liberal progressive Democrats commenced targeting their woke outrage machine at the Chiefs Kingdom.


Having written about their delusion beliefs far too many times, I understand it foolish to even think I had the slightest chance of convincing the woke progressive crowd that those Kansas City Chiefs fans wearing red and gold weren’t a bunch of racist because we dared follow a team dubbed the “Chiefs”.

Despite my many attempts to inject logic, it simply comes down to liberal progressive Democrats blindly singing their absurd transgressions by whatever is now deemed offensive by their woke conductors.

Since the Kansas City Chiefs has become the progressives outraged flavor of the day, Chiefs Kingdom is being targeted to illustrate the blatant intolerance of America observed only by them.

An NBC article that preceded last night’s Super Bowl made several absurd assertions about Chiefs fans, particularly the common use of “war paint,” the infamous Tomahawk Chop, and the beating of faux-Native American drums.

The problem is, mainstream media types like NBC and social justice warriors across America have their selective outrage misplaced if they believe Chiefs fans are racist toward Native Americans simply because we wear their red and gold apparel.

Progressive’s Drive Their Racist Insanity Right Off The Rails

This NBC article went so far as to call the practices of Chiefs fans “the last form of traditional American racism that people of every color and creed will rush to support and defend.”

50-years ago I became a Chiefs fan when as an 8-year-old my father brought our families first color TV.

After the TV was hooked up and the antennae pointed toward NYC, my dad turned on the television and as I watch the screen slowly come to life for the first time.

Emblazoned on the screen was a close-up of a red Kansas City Chiefs helmet and it was love at first sight.

Now, 50-years later this NBC article is trying to tell me I’m a racist?

Over the past few decades, Progressive’s have become more and more narrow-minded in their thinking, that they can no longer distinguish that there’s a huge difference between actions meant to mock or intimidate, with actions that contain no ill-intent.

This small section of the NBC article by Simon Moya-Smith proves just how much progressives have completely lost touch with reality:

Take the evening of June 15, 2015, for example, when the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup. Moments after the news hit, I received a blizzard of messages from a group chat to which I belonged warning its members: “If you’re in the Chicago area stay indoors. The Blackhawks just won the Cup.”

But the fear wasn’t about the possibility of wildly besotted hockey hooligans setting cars ablaze, vomiting on sidewalks from high rise apartments, or ripping down traffic lights in some mad display of team devotion. No, this message was solely for any Native American in Chicago who, unaware of the results of the game, might find themselves in middle of a group of Blackhawk fans who want to keep the name and mascot and might launch into a rage when they see a real Native and assume she or he was the one who wanted a fight.

Wait. What?

Woke Progressives have become so delusional that they believe Blackhawk fans celebrating their long-awaited Stanley Cup would fight an American Indian?

Besides the fact that it’s beyond insane to even believe of such a thing. 


Hate to mention to this moronic author, but that bit of progressive insanity is one of the most racist things I’ve read.

I just can’t comprehend the idiocy of Progressive’s thinking, because according to their dimwitted doctrine.

I’m a racist because I’m a Kansas City Chiefs fan, but I would instantly become a non-racist if the team changed its name to the Kansas City Cyclones?

Progressive will never accept the fact that Chiefs fans aren’t donning Native American headdresses to mock Native Americans.

Kansas City Chief fans wearing war paint is more akin to cosplay that allows fans to express pride in their team in an entertaining way.


The Kansas City Chiefs Kingdom

What makes the progressives selective outrage so hysterically hypocritical is when one of their own such as Justin Trudeau gets caught donning blackface, or Virginia governor Ralph Northam is photographed sporting blackface and/or a white hoodie, or MSNBC’s Joy Reid posting racist homophobic opinions on a website is found on a website she maintained over a decade ago.

Then, liberal progressives Democrats suddenly cry that their intent was completely different than say 70,000 people doing the Tomahawk chop.

Rather than mocking or intimidating Native Americans, we dress up, or do the tomahawk chop because we not only want to be supportive of the Chiefs but also in some small way we feel blessed to have been adopted into the far larger Chiefs Kingdom family.

We do things like wear red on Friday, or upon hearing Coach Reid shout “How About Those…” thousands of people of every race, creed and color whether being in earshot or a thousand miles away scream in unison “CHHHHHIEFS.”

I can guarantee you one thing, not one… NOT ONE Kansas City Chief’s fan screaming “CHHHHHIEFS” is disparaging Native Americans.

It’s funny during the national anthem when the singer gets to the final part and bellows “and the home of the... ” we scream “CHIEFS” so why aren’t Progressives calling us Anti-American also?

Everything we do, wear or say is simply to feel connected to one another and celebrate the team that has made each of us feel a part of something much grander than ourselves.

Yesterday, I was walking through a store wearing my Chiefs jacket adorned with an oversized KC arrowhead symbol across the front, when I spotted a man coming towards me wearing a Patrick Mahomes jersey, a KC Chiefs hat.  Kansas-City-Chiefs-Arrowhead-Logo

His wife broke out into a huge smile as we passed by each other because without a saying a word, we fist-bumped each other.

In spite of the Progressive imbecilic beliefs, neither of us cared that I was white and he an African American, nor was there the slightest notion of disparaging Native Americans, in our fist bump.

Progressives will never comprehend that our silent fist-bump screamed that we were a part of something far larger than just two ordinary individuals going through life in a world that will never remember our names.

For that one moment in time, we were far more than just two random threads woven into the tapestry of life, instead for that one instant, we were the Chiefs Kingdom.


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