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Stephanie McMahon Comments on Book Release Delay, Goldberg on Colin Kaepernick

– As we previously reported, Amazon listed Stephanie McMahon’s memoir to be released on August 25, 2020, however, McMahon took to Twitter to state that the book will in fact be released next year:

– Goldberg recently auctioned an Auction Americas belt at Auctions America in Auburn. He made a reference to the ongoing situation with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refusing to stand during the national anthem in protest:

“In a day and age where you have professional athletes not willing to stand and honor that flag, I’m up here to say I’m completely against that,” Goldberg said. “There’s no cause worth fighting for when you step on the people who have tread the ground for you, who have sacrificed lives, who have fought for nothing but that flag.”

(All transcribed quotes courtesy of Wrestling Inc.)

  • Kristopher Robinson


  • D2K

    People have made the flag and the USA an idol, so when you don’t choose to worship that idol like they do people get upset. They have a romanticized-view of this country’s history and have been successfully programed to regurgitate on cue whatever the powers that be command them to do.

    It’s pointless to even engage in conversation with people like that. They only believe what they want to believe, and hear what they want to hear. This whole like with Kaepernick is just false-flag anyway. He’s a pawn carrying out an agenda.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Please do research, before you try to state something as facts. It is not illegal, nor are you “required” to stand for the national anthem or pledge. Our military, does not fight so we have stand for the national anthem, they fight for our FREEDOM… As in freedom of speech and freedom to stand up for what you believe in.

  • Paul

    this statement has been verified by several people i know in law enforcement/judicial system. it is part of the united states code that you are required to stand with your right had over you heart for the anthem and pledge, and is something you could be arrested over for not doing.