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Watch: NBA’s Wokest Head Coach Goes On Absolute Bonkers Tirade Against GOP After School Shooting

Steve Kerr was a man of singular talent: He could shoot three-pointers as a reliable role player. Despite his coaching accolades more recently, it’s hard for me to even give him dap since he’s had Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, and an entire retinue of all-stars. Let’s be real, I could be a championship-winning coach with that roster. 

None of his success on the hardwood has stopped Kerry from sharing opinions on either international geopolitical issues or domestic political issues. The elites in society feel entitled to spout off on everything. Leonardo DiCaprio considers himself a Godsend for climate change revolutions. LeBron James fancies himself as an expert on the judicial system, and Steve Kerr believes in his heart that incoherent, emotional outbursts can subdue reality.

Watch as Kerr blows a gasket on the school shooting. Is he mad at the shooter? Mad at a culture that fails young people? No and no; he’s just mad at those dastardly Republicans. We are witnessing a man whose neurons stopped firing.

“I ask you, Mitch McConnell, and ask all of you Senators who refuse to do anything about the violence, the school shootings, the supermarket shootings, I ask you: Are you going to put your own desire for power ahead of the lives of our children, our elderly, and our churchgoers? Because that’s what it looks like. That’s what we do every week. I’m fed up, I’ve had enough…

“Fifty Senators in Washington are going to hold us hostage. Do you realize 90 percent of Americans, regardless of political party, want universal background checks? We’re being held hostage by 50 senators in Washington who refuse to even put it to a vote, despite what we, the American people, want. They won’t vote on it, because they want to hold onto their own power. It’s pathetic. I’ve had enough.”

In the latest version of Steve Kerr Knows Better Than You, the man with the emotional stability of a toddler lashed out at the real evils of society: GOP Senators. It’d be nice if he lamented the presence of Nazis in Ukraine, the surge in deaths following national implementation of mRNA vaccines, some states’ pushes to allow for abortion up to and even after birth, or any number of issues that need to be debated. 

Instead, Kerr follows the herd by believing the real monsters of society are those with an R behind their name. Now, in fairness, the entire federal apparatus is a spit in the face to the Founder’s original intentions and the GOP Senate has never lifted much of a finger to help those falsely imprisoned for J6 or done anything at all to end the immoral and lethal vaccine mandates, among other robust failures of preserving liberty, so I share Kerr’s disgust with inert, bloated legislative bodies.

That all being said, Kerr’s reasons for despising the GOP are far different from mine. You see, mine are grounded in reality. If I vote GOP to protect individual liberties, and they don’t protect those liberties, then we have a problem. Kerr, on the other hand, is simply rejecting the place where his hatred and anger should lie – namely on the lone gunman in Uvalde, with perhaps a secondary outrage toward our anti-religious, failing culture at large.

Instead of lashing out at Salvador Ramos, as he should, or even a culture that celebrates mental illness (until that mental illness manifests itself harmfully), Kerr directed his entire rant against elected government officials that couldn’t end violence in America tomorrow if they tried.

Kerr, like the rest of the idiot leftists who have accepted propaganda, will never realize you can’t legislate morality. Lauren Boebert said as much, and Kerr’s half-sister twit AOC made a comment only an idiot could think makes sense.

Hailey Sanibel fiercely loves freedom. She equally detests evil and stupidity, both of which are out of control in the modern world. She is a regular contributor at The Blue State Conservative.

Featured image: Cyrus Saatsaz, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

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