Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre said he was fed up with the amount of political posturing that has now seemed to have taken over the world of sports.
Favre went on to say that the current political climate in the sports world was one of the many reasons he was glad to no longer be playing in the NFL.
As The Daily Wire reports:
In an interview last week on Sinclair Broadcasting’s “America This Week,” Favre sat down with host Eric Bolling, who asked about players who kneel during the national anthem at National Football League games.
“I’m glad I’m not playing for a lot of reasons. That’s one. I don’t want to be asked questions after a game that had nothing to do with play,” Favre said.
Favre added: “I’m not saying who’s right or wrong. … There’s a lot of things that need to be fixed in this country and this world. … We can all work together.”…
“If you like oranges and I don’t, is that wrong? Does that mean I’m suppose to dislike you?” he said. “You’re either with us or we hate you.”