NBA Broadcaster of 32 Years Fired. Soviets Say It’s Just Like Soviet Times.



Category: Culture

A lot of people died from communism in the Soviet Union.

A lot.

If someone disagreed with the Politburo’s narrative, they were often taken from their home in the middle of the night, not allowed to say goodbye to their families…then never heard from again.

And I hate to say it, but we have the exact same thing going on right now.

Grant Napear, broadcaster for the NBA’s Sacramento Kings — who has been at this post since before I was born and might very well be the best play-by-play announcer in the business, was fired from his entire livelihood for this:

His radio show? Gone.

Forced to resign from the King’s broadcast team? Yep.

The mob may not be killing people at this point…

But they are destroying livelihoods at the snap of their fingers, which isn’t as bad but isn’t that far off from being the exact same thing.

I had a chilling conversation with my girlfriend’s parents last night, when I told them everything that was going on in the USA, the way they’re quieting people down, the way they’re controlling the narrative.

The chilling words they said?

“Honestly…what’s going on right now reminds us a lot of what happened during the Soviet Union times…”

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