A mother of a United States Marine stole the show Saturday morning on ESPN.
In the lead up to College GameDay in Charlotte, the ESPN broadcast showed a mother of a Marine holding a “I don’t kneel” sign, and it’s awesome. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
You can see a video of the sign below. It’s at roughly the 9:45 mark.
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— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) September 4, 2021
This is the kind of pro-America attitude that I love to see. People seem to forget that America is by far the greatest country on the planet.
Do we have some flaws? Without a doubt, but we’re still hands down the greatest thing that ever happened to this planet.
In the aftermath of the disastrous evacuation from Afghanistan, it feels like people could use a reminder of how great the USA is.
The mother of a young United States Marine proudly supporting her son and the national anthem on the most popular sports show during football season is something that is outstanding.
Mother of a United States Marine brings a “I Don’t Kneel” sign to College GameDay.
This is the kind of pro-America attitude we love to see. Thank you for your son’s service and sacrifice. pic.twitter.com/mPV6bOnTT9
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) September 4, 2021
Major props to her for taking a stand in support of America, and God bless her son and the sacrifices he’s made.