America-hating football players have been telling one big lie about their national anthem protests.

They claim their kneeling during the national anthem isn’t about disrespecting the military, the flag, or law enforcement.

But after what happened at one game on Sunday, that lie just blew up in their faces.

New Orleans police officer Marcus McNeil was murdered in the line of duty in an ambush attack on Friday.

On Sunday, the New Orleans Saints honored his heroism with a moment of silence before their game against the Detroit Lions.

Some Saints players disrespected his memory by staging their “take a knee” protest.

The fans booed the anti-cop protesters out of the building.

NOLA.com reports:

“Fans booed New Orleans Saints players who knelt before the presentation of the American flag and the singing of the national anthem Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. 

The boos rang down during a moment of silence for fallen NOPD officer Marcus McNeil, who was killed in the line of duty Friday.

The fans cheered when the players stood before the anthem, which was performed by former Saintsation Deri Tucker.

Sunday’s game vs. the Lions was the Saints’ first at the Dome since President Trump weighed in on protesting NFL players during a campaign rally in Alabama last month.”

The player’s anti-police protest shreds any hint that NFL players who kneel during the anthem aren’t doing so out of disrespect.

Refusing to honor the memory of a fallen hero reveals the true motivations of the NFL’s anthem protesters.

They are anti-cop.

They are anti-military.

And they are anti-American.

Refusing to stand for a fallen police officer should be the final straw for NFL fans fed up with the players’ rabid anti-American politics.

Will you join the growing number of fans boycotting the unpatriotic and anti-police NFL?

Let us know in the comment section.