Cowboys owner Jerry Jones thinks bad news is good for business. If so, Tuesday was a good day to work.
Cowboys face criticism for Twitter reveals a partnership With the Black Rifle Coffee Company. Through the Associated Press, the company’s products include the AK-47 Espresso, Silencer Smooth, and Murdered Out.
The Cowboys posted the tweet after another day of multiple mass shootings in America, including a massacre at a parade in Highland Park, Illinois.
The Cowboys had no comment for the Associated Press. The coffee company criticized over the partnership. And for good reason. The relationship with the Cowboys and the inevitable controversy raise his profile and brand. No one who isn’t comfortable calling the Cowboys isn’t going to buy coffee anyway; This makes those who tend to support the coffee maker more aware of it – and perhaps more inclined to buy its products.
The company claims to “support veterans, first responders, and the men and women of America in uniform.” This led to this curious remark from the author of the AP story: “The support of the Army’s steadfast cowboy owner Jerry Jones was best illustrated when one of the NFL’s most outspoken owners was against players kneeling during The Star-Spangled Banner before games to protest racial injustice and brutality. the police “.
Comrades, for the 1,000-plus time, the Anthem protests were not an assault on the military. Nor was Jones supporting the military by cajoling players into standing up. He was maintaining his ability to purchase and maintain a luxury yacht, along with all his other possessions. Jones and the League deliberately subdued those who refused then (and now) to see that the gesture was not military-related. And it’s hard to imagine how the deaf gesture on Tuesday by the Cowboys is all about supporting the military.
It would also be interesting to see how much the Cowboys make in this deal. Whatever it is, it can be said that it is not worth it. Unless Team America wants to satiate the repulsed, kneeling American part, which in turn will embrace a bevy of coffee products drizzled with pro-gun messages, even if it is announced the next day the guns are used again in the build. More havoc in America.