Drew Brees and the False Flag Narrative

“I love and respect my teammates, and I stand right there with them in regard to fighting for racial equality and justice,” Brees said. “I also stand with my grandfathers, who risked their lives for this country, and countless other military men and women who do it on a daily basis.”

I believe that Drew Brees, quarterback of the New Orleans Saints, is a good guy and that he meant every word he…

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