While liberals in the sports world have tried portraying Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest as a case study in courage, one little boy with cerebral palsy is putting them all to shame.
Logan Wilson of Chesterfield, Michigan was filmed by his mother doing everything he could to stand for the national anthem on his own, even though he needs medical equipment to help him move around the house.
His mother said she’d never seen him try to stand for the national anthem before, but when he heard the song playing at the start of an NFL game on TV, he gave it everything he could.
“He just knew that is what we do to show respect to our country and everyone who fights so hard for us,” she explained.
Check out the video of Logan standing for the national anthem …
Via Fox News Insider:
A football-loving child suffering from cerebral palsy delighted his mother when she caught him on video trying to stand up for the national anthem while watching an NFL game on TV.
Rebecca Wilson, of Chesterfield, Mich., said her son Logan routinely takes his hat off for the Star-Spangled Banner, but never saw him try to stand up, she told Fox 13 News.
Logan needs medical equipment to move around the house, but is able to crawl on his own.
“Until yesterday, I never really saw him try to stand,” Wilson said, “He just knew that is what we do to show respect to our country and everyone who fights so hard for us.”
Logan has more courage in his heart than any of these clowns will ever know:
And he certainly has more courage than NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, whose spineless inaction against these players says an awful lot about his level of patriotism and respect for our veterans.