WATCH: Senator Josh Hawley torches LeBron James and the NBA for enabling and benefiting from Chinese slave labor


The social justice warriors in the NBA have really painted themselves into a corner and Senator Josh Hawley just called Lebron and his colleagues out in a scorching manner.

Here at home, they’re preaching about the importance of treating people fairly, and supporting riots of people rising up against injustice.   They cheer on the removal of statues featuring Democrat slave owner, all while wearing shoes and uniforms that are made in China by forced slave labor.

And they won’t say anything about it, because China now “owns” the NBA and everything they say and do.

Senator Hawley is snow calling on LeBron and all the other NBA social justice warriors to denounce China’s slave labor and boycott wearing products that are made in China.

It’s so brilliant because we know they can’t denounce it. If they do their boss, China, will cut them off, and so it exposes these spoiled rotten athletes for the hypocritical frauds that they truly are.

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Bravo Josh Hawley.

LeBron James shouldn’t be allowed to utter a single word without everyone jumping on him, demanding he denounces China’s slave labor.

This piece was written by Missy Crane on July 21, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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