Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins co-authored a powerful column directed at President Donald Trump that appeared http://www.authentictigershop.com/authentic-27-jordan-zimmermann-jersey.html Thursday morning in The New York Times.
The column, which Jenkins wrote along with receiver Doug Baldwin, receiver Anquan Boldin, and tight end Benjamin Watson, was in response to Trump’s request that the players who protest during the anthem should give him some examples of people being treated unfairly by the justice system.
Although he was not involved in the article, Eagles defensive end Chris Long tweeted out this message to Trump on Thursday morning:
The Eagles have been one of the most outspoken teams in the NFL on issues involving social justice, and following their victory in Super Bowl LII, the majority http://www.officialauthentic49erstore.com/authentic-jaquiski-tartt-jersey.html of the team decided to decline the White House’s invitation an invitation that Trump ended up pulling anyway.
To be sure, the president’s clemency power can be a valuable tool for redressing injustice. Just look at Alice Johnson, age 63, who was serving a life sentence for a nonviolent drug conviction until her sentence was commuted by President Trump. He should be commended for using his clemency power in that case.
But a handful of pardons will not address the sort of systemic injustice that NFL players have been protesting. These are problems that our government has created, many of which occur at the local level. If President Trump thinks he can end these injustices if we deliver him a few names, he Jaquiski Tartt Authentic Jersey hasn’t been listening to us.
On June 8, Jordan Zimmermann Jersey Trump said he welcomed all NFL players to send him recommendations for pardons and added that his committee would consider each case.