Russel Wilson is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL right now. He's also well spoken, clean-cut, and doesn't do stupid shit, at least not that anyone knows of. He's a big part of the reason that everyone was wearing Superbowl rings, including Percy Harvin. But in today's society, if you have dark skin you have to act "black", talk "black", vote "black", and if you dare to step off the plantation you're labeled as a race traitor.
It's the same thing that happens to black conservatives. Think of the vitriol, abuse and hatred directed at Condi Rice, Clarence Thomas, Ben Carson, Alan West, Thomas Sowell, and any other black person who doesn't immediately kow-tow to the Democrat Party. Yes, I said hatred and abuse, because that's what they have to put up with.
And now that mindset has transferred into the NFL. Of course it has. The NFL is only a representation of the people who make it up, and there's no indication that the blacks in the NFL somehow think differently than the blacks outside of the NFL.
So here's my question: What exactly does "acting black" or "talking black" look like? What does it take for someone to be "completely black?"
Here's another question that'll make the Left go nuts, although that's not too hard.... Who would you want taking care of your child? Someone who was "completely black", or someone who was scorned as not being "black" enough?
Who would you want as a role model for your child? Someone who acted "completely black", or someone who was scorned as not being "black" enough?