OXNARD, Calif. — The Arm in Arm decal the Cowboys unveiled to open training camp won’t be on their helmets when the club opens its preseason schedule Saturday at the Los Angeles Rams.
The Cowboys heard back from the NFL on Wednesday and were told by league officials they can’t wear the decal during any preseason or regular-season games, executive vice president Stephen Jones said. Jones added that the Cowboys can wear the decal during training camp practices.
— Dallas FOF (@DallasFof) August 11, 2016
GOPUSA Editor’s Note: So… the Dallas Cowboys can’t show solidarity with the police, but when members of the St. Louis Rams show solidarity with a bogus “arms up, don’t shoot” protest, the NFL does absolutely nothing.
Or… how about the latest halftime show at the Super Bowl? As reported at NewsBusters.org, the NFL “had no problem allowing Beyonce to perform her anti-police song ‘Formation’ at the Super Bowl halftime show. A song whose video features a wall with the phrase ‘Stop Shooting Us’ written on it, a scene with Beyonce sitting on top of a police car that is sinking into the water, and a shot where a child dances in front of a squad of policeman in riot gear.” What kind of message is the NFL sending?