NASCAR Owners Issue Stern Warning After NFL Players Kneel

NASCAR Owners Issue Stern Warning After NFL Players Kneel

NASCAR Owners Issue Stern Warning After NFL Players Kneel

Several NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series team owners shared Trump's sentiments, saying they would not support those protesting during the national anthem over the weekend.

"Period", team owner and retired driver Richard Petty said at the ISM Connect 300 in New Hampshire, where there were no protests.

Team owner Joe Gibbs, who won three Super Bowls as coach of the Washington Redskins, said of the anthem that, "so much has been sacrificed for our country and our flag". "What got 'em where they're at?"

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Former NASCAR champion Richard Petty, who owns Richard Petty Motorsports, told the Associated Press that he'd fire any member of his team who chose to do so.

"Anybody that works for me should respect the country we live in", Childress added. So many people gave our lives for it. Trump reignited the controversy on Friday when he said that anyone taking part in the demonstration should be fired. "This is America", Mr. Childress said.

The sports world, particularly the NFL, has been reacting to comments made by President Trump about national anthem protests. "They won't put up with disrespecting our Country or our Flag - they said it loud and clear!" When asked what he would do with an employee who takes a knee, Murstein told ESPN: "I would sit down with them and say it's the wrong thing to do that and many people, including myself, view it as an affront to our great country".

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He agreed that anyone within the organization protesting the anthem should be fired.

A representative for Team Penske told USA Today that they now have "no policy" on the issue because it has never come up for them. It was also the first time National Football League owner took part in the protests, as Jaguars Owner Shad Khan locked arms with his players as they stood on the sidelines.

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