It was fun to watch leftists compete in their own self-made fires. Brain Flores is the latest example of someone who can do great things and somehow recognize white people’s faults. Imagine: You’re in your thirties, you’re the head coach of the NFL, and you still decide that white supremacy is holding you back. Truly a loser.
The best is in this story of racism. Claims that Flores is being racially abused by a number of NFL teams were completely shattered when it was revealed earlier this week that he had been transferred to a head coach contract with – wait – another black guy. ! Too much racism.
Quick recap: Flores coached the Miami Dolphins for two years. He did well, but rumors swirled that he was confrontational with management and was not easy to work with. After being released, he gave an interview to the New York Giants, where he claimed he was just a pawn in the process (more on that shortly) and the Giants never meant it. intend to hire him. He filed lawsuits against numerous teams alleging racism, even while he was still conducting interviews with other teams. Chances are he was hired somewhere.
However, things changed when he went full Colin Kaepernick. In the space of a few weeks, he has gone from an emerging coaching talent to an uncharacteristic character because of his maliciousness, unreliability, and lack of credibility.
Rooted in this Flores nonsense is the course of affirmative action known as the Rooney Rule in the NFL. Simply put, the Rooney Rule stipulates that all NFL teams must interview at least two candidates of color for head coach positions. You know, because it would be racist if there weren’t more black-headed coaches. Is it racist against whites if more than 70% of the league’s players are black? No one bothered to ask.
In all, three different teams are named in Flores’ lawsuit: his former employer in Miami, his future employer in New York, and a failed interview in Denver circa 2019. sum all three:
“Flores also said Dolphins owner Stephen Ross offered to pay Flores when he intentionally lost the game to win a higher pick in the NFL draft and encouraged Flores to knowingly violate the tournament spoofing rules. fight. Flores said when he refused, Ross then spearheaded a campaign to treat Flores with “disdain and disdain as someone who was non-compliant and difficult to work with…”
“Flores, who is black, said in his lawsuit that the Giants interviewed him for their vacant head coach job in puzzling circumstances, as Flores found out three days ago. in his interview that the Giants decided to hire Brian Daboll …”
“Flores’ lawsuit claims that in 2019 he was subjected to another ‘fake interview,’ this one with the Denver Broncos. Flores said that “then Broncos General Manager John Elway, President and CEO Joe Ellis, and others showed up an hour late for the interview” and added that the Broncos delegation “looked completely confused.” farts, and apparently they had drunk a lot the night before. ”
Shockingly, the fact that the Rooney rule existed was the reason why Flores was so upset. If he feels the interview is a sham, maybe he should direct his anger at the sluggards who did it in the first place. I wouldn’t want to waste my time being one of the two required candidates just to pick a box for NFL headquarters in New York. In that regard, I don’t blame Flores at all. However, don’t pretend that it’s the Giants’, Broncos’ or any other team’s fault for following a rule they don’t want to.
Here’s a crazy mindset: NFL teams want to win, and they’ll hire the best players and coaches to make it happen.
So here’s the next crazy idea: How about we let the NFL build the roster to make that happen? Free markets are far more fair than arbitrary quotas.
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