Raise your hand if you think LeBron James should stick to what he’s good at …
Well, at what he used to be good at.
You know, that whole basketball thing?
On CNN, LeBron James said Donald Trump created an environment where people are more comfortable being racist. Asked what he’d say to Trump if he were seated at the interview, LeBron answered, “I would never sit across from him.”
— Stefan Bondy (@SBondyNYDN) July 31, 2018
Pretty sure LeBron is getting Trump and Obama confused. Nobody played the race game quite like Obama did; in fact, the case could be made that Obama took us several years backward when it comes to race relations.
But if this helps LeBron sleep better at night, whatever.
— The Hill (@thehill) July 31, 2018
In one breath he accuses Trump of trying to divide the country and in the next, he says he wouldn’t sit with the president, which is pretty damn divisive.
As opposed to athletes using the National Anthem or the American Flag to divide us?
— Lost In LA ❌ (@lost_in_la) July 31, 2018
Black unemployment lowest ever. How is this trying to be divisive?
— Phillip L (@Jacksonrr1000) July 31, 2018
That was Obama who divided us.
— pachydermparty (@pachydermparty) July 31, 2018
WE have been divided for years. A lot of years. The previous president helped that along more than any other. The media also is the other big culprit.
— Michelle (@michnic70) July 31, 2018
Pretty sure that divide was amplified exponentially from 2008-2016 by Lebron's buddy Obama. We are where we are today because of that.
— Zombie Dachshund (@ZombieDachshund) July 31, 2018
— The Rock Wall (@ManInTheArena61) July 31, 2018
But Trump wasn’t president in 2014?
That other guys was …