‘We are being held hostage by fifty senators in Washington,’ the coach shouted.
Steve Kerr, head coach of the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, went on an unhinged rant about the recent mass shooting in Texas during a pre-NBA Conference Finals press conference.
Instead of talking about his upcoming playoff matchup on Tuesday, the left-wing coach claimed, “We are being held hostage by fifty senators in Washington” who refuse to pass anti-gun legislation.
“When are we going to do something?” the coach suddenly yelled.
Kerr alleged “the American people want” more gun control before screaming Republican politicians only want “to hold onto their own power.”
The Warriors coach specifically called out Republican Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell.
“It’s pathetic!” he shouted, slamming his hand on the table. “I’ve had enough,” he added before rushing out of the room.
Conservative commentator and former police officer Brandon Tatum posted a video dissecting Kerr’s tantrum.
“These people who are insane are going to use any means necessary to harm other people,” Tatum explained. “If they don’t care about going to prison for life or dying, they don’t care about a gun law.”
Tatum also pointed out that Kerr is only crying on television for a shooting receiving mainstream media attention, saying, “God forbid if Stever Kerr ever cried like this when kids get shot in the hood where his players grew up. He’s never gonna cry for them black kids. I guess their lives don’t matter, getting popped in the head by a stray bullet every weekend in the inner-city. Where are your tears at then Steve Kerr?”
The left always pushes for more gun control legislation following tragic shootings, and this time is no exception.
Kerr’s team was 3-0 in their current series, but lost their first game on Tuesday after the coach’s political rant.