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Panthers owner David Tepper: ‘Dead wrong’ to call NFL players’ protests unpatriotic – MSN

 

 

Jul 26, 2018; Spartanburg, SC, USA; Carolina Panthers new owner David Tepper walks to the field during training camp held at Wofford College.© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Jul 26, 2018; Spartanburg, SC, USA; Carolina Panthers new owner David Tepper walks to the field during training camp held at Wofford College.New Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper could not disagree more with the assertion that NFL players who protest during the pregame playing of the national anthem are unpatriotic.

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Visiting Carnegie Mellon University on Thursday, Tepper told CNBC’s Scott Wapner on “Halftime Report” that it’s “dead wrong” to characterize players who have protested to promote racial equality, better policing and criminal justice reform as anti-military or anti-American. He added that those who’ve protested “are some of the most patriotic people and best people.”

“That was the biggest pile of bull-dingy ever,” he said. “These are some of the most patriotic people and best people. These are great young men. It just makes me so aggravated and angry. OK? It’s just wrong. It’s just dead wrong.”

Tepper backed his opinions by highlighting how much certain NFL players contribute to their communities, noting that many who’ve stood up — or knelt — for social justice have also done things to promote change.

His comments come a day after Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills, who continues to demonstrate during the anthem, received an award, not to mention praise from Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, for his “contributions to social justice.” (Read more)

President Trump plans to visit Florence-impacted areas next week – News & Observer

The Gate Keeper – Here at home Mayor Bobbie Jones (Princeville, NC) was contacted.

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President Donald Trump is planning to visit areas affected by Hurricane Florence next week, though his exact plans are not yet finalized.

“The president is expected to travel to areas affected by the storm early to middle of next week, once it is determined his travel will not disrupt any rescue or recovery efforts. We will keep you posted when we have details,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Friday.

Hurricane Florence is bringing widespread flooding, heavy rains and strong winds to many coastal areas of North and South Carolina. The storm, which made landfall Friday morning as a Category 1, is expected to continue to soak the area throughout the weekend.

In a note provided by the White House Friday night, White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said Trump called North Carolina officials to offer support.

The statement said: “Earlier today the President called Lt. Gov. Dan Forest (NC), Mayor Vi Lyles (Charlotte, NC), and Mayor Bobbie Jones (Princeville, NC). President Trump assured each elected official that the federal government stood ready and prepared to assist with anything their state and respective communities would need during this natural disaster. The President has been monitoring Hurricane Florence throughout the day and has received updates regarding the impact of this devastating storm.” (Read more)

Tarboro NC – Phyllis Noble Waller Medical Expenses Go FundMe

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The Waller Family have served Edgecombe County and surrounding counties but not limited to for many, many years. Good people. Let’s show them some love.
Phyllis grew up in Bynum Park off of Bynum Farm Road in Pinetops NC. She is the wife of Leon Toby Waller and her parents are Tom and Maggie Ray Nobles good people. She has 2 children and several siblings. (Photo taken August 2017 Men’s Day at Anderson Chapel MBC when I had Toby and the Evening Travelers to provide the music.)

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Church Services For Sunday September 16, 2018

Anderson Chapel MBC Sunday Morning Service 11:00 AM

Anderson Chapel MBC Sunday Evening Ushers Anniversary has been cancelled

Eastern Star All Sunday services at Eastern Star Missionary Baptist Church, 718 E. Church St, Tarboro, NC are being cancelled for Sunday, September 16, 2018. Be blessed and please be safe!

Hart’s Chapel MBC Homecoming Services for Sunday September 16,2018 at 11 am has been canceled.

Rouse’s Abundant Life Ministries, Inc. Due to the unsafe conditions caused by Hurricane Florence, we will not have Sunday morning service! 9/16 Please find a way to help someone and spread love in this time of need. Blessings!

St. Paul baptist church Tarboro is only having 11am service no Sunday school

Pines Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Pinetops NC will have service tomorrow 945 Sunday School 11am worship service. All are welcome to join us.

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