Texans to wear stickers to honor Uvalde. It’s the least they could do. Literally.

From CNN

Not to be out done by the Houston Astros the Houston Texans organization is going all out to honor the 19 elementary kids and their 2 teachers that were massacred in Uvalde Texas. According to CNN they will play their opening game with a “Uvalde Strong” sticker on their helmets.

(CNN)The Houston Texans will honor the victims of the Uvalde massacre at Robb Elementary School by wearing an “Uvalde Strong” decal on their helmets during the team’s opening game of the NFL regular season on September 11.

The coach took a knee and said “It’s the least we can do. Literally. I don’t think there is anything less we could do that would give us the feeling of accomplishment after 19 children were slaughtered with a military weapon.”

Actually he didn’t say that but what else could the Houston Texans do besides wearing a sticker, or giving the high school football team tickets to the game even though their school wasn’t the site of a mass murder? What else could they do besides wine and dine those who didn’t lose a child in a preventable massacre? Glad you asked.

Maybe the Texans ought to take a fuckin knee during the National Anthem to bring attention to the lack of common sense gun laws that are killing kids, worshipers, dancers, and people at a parade. Maybe they could call for a moment of yelling to bring attention to the lack of attention by republican leaders to this epidemic of gun violence. Maybe they could stand up and demand our elected officials to take action. Maybe they could use their power to do something besides putting a fuckin sticker on their g*damn helmets and act as if it never happened or will never happen again.

Now, go wash your g*damn hands.

2 Responses to Texans to wear stickers to honor Uvalde. It’s the least they could do. Literally.

  1. sneckelmann says:

    Those stickers are just insult to injury.

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