Footballer Rips ‘Marxist’ BLM: White Players Scared To Be ‘Branded Racist,’ I’ve Been Called ‘Uncle Tom’

Tell me, how does our “progressive” culture deal with folks who are of mixed race lineage? Not well. See here.

By Amanda Prestigiacomo Feb 21, 2021

Lyle Taylor of Scunthorpe celebrates after scoring his team's second goal during the FA Cup Third Round match between Scunthorpe United and Chesterfield FC at Glanford Park on January 6, 2015 in Scunthorpe, England.

Nottingham Forest soccer player Lyle Taylor said last week that he will not be taking a knee before games, decrying anti-police movement Black Lives Matter as a “Marxist group” that pushes “racial unrest.”

“Enough was enough,” Taylor told LBC’s Nick Ferrari (video below).

According to the soccer player, Taylor himself has been “branded racist” and called nasty names, such as an “Uncle Tom” and a “coon,” for speaking out against the movement. He also intimated that he believes some white players could be feeling pressured to take a knee before games lest they be “branded racist,” too.

“I took the decision because I felt that enough was enough,” he said, according to LBC, adding that “not enough people have looked into the organization that has kind of brought this all to the fore.”

“I said before that I agree with the message that black lives do matter and something needs to be done about that to actually teach the message that the racial inequality and the societal injustice needs to stop,” Taylor said.

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