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    Buccaneers Head Coach Stops Woke Reporters In Their Tracks ‘We Don’t Look At Color’

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    Everything on the left revolves around racing. Or how “racist” the white population is. If you oppose them, you are immediately a racist. White guilt liberals have for a long time infected everything with race-based decision-making, with schools at the forefront.

    Inexplicably, a black conservative Supreme Court justice is the one advocating for the end of school admissions based on race.

    Reportedly, conservative justices such as Clarence Thomas are prepared to invalidate affirmative action, with Thomas equating it to “bigotry,” which is detrimental to everyone regardless of race.

    Currently, there are clever black athletes who reject the left’s skin color preoccupation.

    While responding to a question on his rivalry with Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin and “representation,” Buccaneers head coach Todd Bowles halted many reporters in their tracks.

    During Tuesday’s news conference, Tampa Bay’s head coach received questions from reporters who made the Bucs’ upcoming game against Pittsburgh a racial issue. The NFL coach’s refusal to take part was a clear sign of his indifference in their objective.

    Bowles was asked how he and Tomlin got along as “two of the few black head coaches in the league” and how Steve Wilks, the current head coach of the Carolina Panthers, will “joining that fold.”

    Bowles said, “I have a very good relationship with Tomlin.”

    “And I don’t think it’s a big deal,” he continued. “As far as us coaching against each other, I think it’s normal … and we coach ball. We don’t look at color.”

    An additional reporter then interrupted and appeared to castigate the coach for not giving the woke answer he was hoping for and pointed out to him that “you also understand that representation matters, too, right?”

    She then advised the head coach that his presence motivates other football players since “football players, they see you guys. You know, they see someone that looks like them, maybe grew up like them …”

    “Well, when you say ‘see you guys’ and ‘look like them’ and ‘grow up like them’ means that we’re oddballs to begin with,” Bowles informed her. “And I think the minute you guys start — stop making a big deal about it, everybody else will as well.”

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    The Panthers announced Monday that Wilks would serve as interim head coach following the firing of Matt Rhule, after the team began the 2022 season with a 1-4 record. In less than three years, Rhule accumulated a record of just 11-27 for the team.

    WATCH:

    Clarence Thomas has a big problem with affirmative action. He says it is basically the same as “bigotry.” CONTINUE READING…

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