Above: A man who believed precisely what contemporary white conservatives happen to think on a given day
Only conservative whites truly understand noted conservative Martin Luther King, Jr. The greatest of these civil rights scholars are members of the white football establishment. And in the end, what do poseurs like Taylor Branch or Clayborne Carson have on Dabo Swinney? Dabo decided to use his brilliance to deliver his own hot take on Colin Kaepernick.
However, the Pelham, Alabama, native, went deeper and cited Martin Luther King and the Bible during his passionate reply.
“I hate to see what’s going on in our country,” Swinney told The Post and Courier. “I really do. I think this is a good world. I think this is a great country. It’s just that things get painted with a broad brush in this world these days. There’s more good than bad in this world. With Martin Luther King. I don’t know that there’s ever been a better man or better leader. To me, he changed the world. He changed the world through love in the face of hate. He changed the world through peace in the face of violence. He changed the world through education in the face of ignorance. And he changed the world through Jesus. Boy, that’s politically incorrect. That’s what he did. It’s amazing when we don’t learn from our past how you can repeat your mistakes.”
He pointed out the country has come a long way and cited SEC football examples along the way.
“I think the answer to our problems is exactly what they were for Martin Luther King when he changed the world. Love, peace, education, tolerance of others, Jesus,” Swinney said. “A lot of this things in this world were only a dream for Martin Luther King. Not a one-term, but a two-term African-American president. And this is a terrible country? There are interracial marriages. I go to a church that’s an interracial church. Those were only dreams for Martin Luther King. Black head coaches. Black quarterbacks. Quarterbacks at places like Georgia and Alabama and Clemson. For Martin Luther King, that was just a dream. Black CEOs, NBA owners, you name it. Unbelievable.”
It’s a known, official fact that Martin Luther King lived and died so that black people could be CEOs and NBA owners. And to make sure that people like Colin Kaepernick didn’t disrespect the flag, ‘Merica, or Baby Jesus. He definitely didn’t live and die to stop police violence against African-Americans. But the Big Liberal Establishment means that it’s politically incorrect to tell the truth. Thanks Dabo. Thanks for setting us all straight on what King really thought. And thanks for showing those stupid historians for what they are–politically correct libtards, amiright?