Lebron James talks about Trump supporter protest on Capitol Hill

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The Los Angeles Lakers said LeBron James about his opposition to Donald Trump at the United States Capitol on Wednesday. The California franchise’s star opposed the former US presidential election in 2016 and 2020.

In a post posted on his official Instagram account, LeBron used two photographs, in which he appeared written on a black T-shirt Do you understand now?, And wrote in the publication’s caption that the country is divided into two Americas. “Now you understand? I know the answer to this. Never mind if you still don’t get it, you won’t be murdered, chained, beaten, hung and shot mad because of your skin color. We two Live in AMERIKKKAS and it was present in our total capacity to live directly in the capital city of our country yesterday.

The demonstration, which was primarily performed by white protesters who opposed the election of Joe Biden for the post of President of the United States, was accompanied by athletes at the matches this Wednesday (06) and Thursday (07) Led to protests. The technical commissions of the league’s franchises succumbed to the national anthem and after the game began. Philadelphia 76ers coach Doc Rivers said he was upset by the police action at the Capitol demonstration, adding that he would not have performed because the protesters were black.

Lebron is in his 18th season in the NBA as he was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first position of the 2003 draft and in his third year in Los Angeles in July 2018 after signing a three-year contract. In the current session. King James He averaged 23.9 points, 8.9 rebounds, 7.4 assists and 1.1 steals in 32.4 minutes played in eight matches.

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