Indiana Republican Rep. Milo Smith has allegedly legislation that would allow filed to request the fans to refunds from the Indianapolis Colts to kneel when the players on the team were, during the national anthem.
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Indianapolis football fans, who want their money back, if the Colts players knees during the playing of the national anthem could soon get their way — if the legislation filed this week by a state legislature to be approved.
Republicans-Rep. Milo Smith, who the Columbus area, told the Indianapolis Star kneeling during the national anthem is disrespectful to the government, and if he doesn’t testify, even in a game in September, “it is not sitting right with me.”
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“To me, if the knee during the national anthem, it is not respect for the national anthem or our country,” Smith told the news outlet. “Our government is not perfect, but it is still the best country in the world, and I think we need to be respectful.”
Smith explained his proposed law would not no laws to break, as it would not stop players from knees, but you would require to report to the Colts fans wanted their money back. He also stated that it would not reimburse require the team to sports fans, to the knees if the members of the opposing team, while The Star-Spangled Banner.
Vice-President Mike Pence, who went out Oct. 8 Indianapolis Colts game against the San Francisco 49ers, after the members of the opposing team fell during the national anthem.
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The conservative legislator’s proposal comes months after the Vice-President Mike Pence went from a game of the Colts against the San Francisco 49ers. Oct. 8 to the opposing team players knelt down while the anthem played.
Pence soon after he was “not worthy of an event that disrespected our soldiers, our Flag or our national anthem.”
I left the today’s game of the Colts, as @POTUS and I’m going to pay tribute to an event that disrespected our soldiers, our Flag or our national anthem.
— Vice-President Mike Pence (@VP) 8. October 2017
Earlier this month, a New Orleans Saints season-ticket holder filed a lawsuit in a Louisiana judicial district court, for an alleged demonstration claims Sept while the team. 17 home game against the New England Patriots created a nasty atmosphere, because of their tickets unusable.
The fan of addiction, attorney’s fees and reimbursement of tickets, – the lawyer reported, The New Orleans, at a cost of about US $ 8,000.
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