The NFL’s anti-American protests took an ugly turn.

Players are throwing up racist gestures during the anthem and on the field.

And these racist protests are a sick threat on Trump.

The racist protests began last week when some players held up a “Black Power” first during the national anthem.

New York Giants star receiver Odell Beckam, Jr. threw up the black power gesture after scoring a touchdown.

He indicated after the game that the fist – as well as his celebration where he simulated a dog urinating on the field (a gesture for which he was penalized 15 yards and fined over $12,000) – was done to protest Trump.

Sports Illustrated reports:

“Following his second touchdown, he raised his fist in the air. When asked if there was a meaning behind the gesture, Beckham said, “Did it look like it? Then it might have meant something.”

The black power protests spread into week four as members of the Browns raised clenched fists during the national anthem.

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton also displayed the black power gesture after scoring a touchdown.

Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch tied a bow around what these protests were all about when he wore an “Everyone against Trump” shirt before his team’s 16-10 loss to the Denver Broncos.

Lynch – who plopped himself down on the bench in a stunning display of disrespect during the national anthem – only added to the racially charged protests against Trump.

The players claim “Black Power” is a statement against Trump and that everyone is against him.

But “everyone” means NFL players.

They are the only ones united in their protests of the national anthem.

We will keep you updated on any new developments in this story.