NFL: Stadium Worker Quits After Bills Protest Anthem

A stadium worker who had nearly 3 decades of NFL games under his belt quit his job Sunday after several Buffalo Bills players took a knee during the national anthem.

After the game Sunday he went on Facebook and said, “I was finally pushed to my limit today and had to quit. I cannot work in a place where multimillionaires cry that they are oppressed.”

The majority of comments on his post approved of the stadium worker’s stance, with some calling him a “true hero” for his decision to quit in protest. 

His post even had a photo of him leaving the stadium while wearing a patriotic shirt.

During an interview the stadium worker said, “During the national anthem, the song that is about our country, our veterans that fight and die for us, it’s just something I feel you shouldn’t disrespect that way. I believe people have the right to protest; I just don’t believe that’s the proper venue for it. I will never step foot in that place again. I will never watch an NFL football game again until this ends.” LINK TO STORY
 

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