NFL Makes History

PUBLISHED: 5:32 PM 29 Mar 2018

Los Angeles Rams’ Male Cheerleaders Make History

NFL allows men to join the cheerleading team.

Ram's male cheerleaders make NFL history.

The National Football League made history this week by allowing men to join team spirit squads, according to USA Today.

Liberals are cheering loud and proud as the league announced that men can now become cheerleaders for teams.

The bewildered league doesn’t support standing for the national anthem but will allow men to join women in dancing on the sidelines.

Earlier this week, the Los Angeles Rams announced that Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies will officially become members of the all-female spirit squad.

Other teams such as the Baltimore Ravens and Indianapolis Colts allow men to perform stunts with female cheerleaders, but none have been allowed to dance.

Caving to progressivism and political correctness, the Rams decided it was time to be bold and allow male dancers to join the spirit squad.

Check out Peron and Jinnies in the tweet below:

During an interview Wednesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Person said they tried out for the team and were selected among the 76 finalists selected to join the 40-person squad.

“I thought, ‘Why not me? Why can’t I do this?’ ” Peron said.

Jinnies said the auditions were very tough and unlike anything he was expecting. They also said they didn’t know if the Rams would even select them because they weren’t women.

This latest stunt from the NFL just reaffirms why so many Americans refuse to watch the failing league.

Rather than address real issues — such as players blatantly disrespecting our flag and national anthem — the league is more focused on allowing men to join all-female spirit squads.

How brave.

The NFL’s decision follows a report earlier this month that it would not punish or force players to stand during the national anthem.

Rather than take meaningful actions to show respect to our heroes in uniform, the NFL appears to be more concerned with allowing men to become cheerleaders.