NBA Star LeBron James Comes Unglued on President Trump: ‘We’re Not Going to Let One Person Dictate Us’

LeBron James is widely considered the best basketball player in the world and has been for a long while.

The Cleveland Cavaliers star constantly trashes President Trump publicly, and even campaigned for Hillary Clinton in 2016.

While James may be an athletic freak of nature, it’s a completely different story when he attempts to speak.

In other words, LeBron no do English so goodly.

Here’s his latest inarticulate jab at 45…

From Breitbart:

After taking a stand for harmony and togetherness by wearing black sneaker and white sneakers with the word “Equality” written on them, to a game in Washington, DC, on Sunday night.

NBA star LeBron James took a decidedly less conciliatory tone, in his post-game comments about President Trump.

James said, “Obviously I’ve been very outspoken and well spoken about the situation that’s going on at the helm here, and we’re not going to let one person dictate us, us as Americans, how beautiful and how powerful we are as a people.”

‘Dictate us?’

‘Outspoken and well spoken?’

This comes from a guy who thinks Clinton lost to Trump because, “I don’t think a lot of people was educated.”

From Daily Wire:

According to James, his home state of Ohio “made a mistake” voting for Trump because they were “uneducated.”

“No matter whether you voted for him or not, you may have made a mistake and that’s OK, if you voted for him. It’s OK. I’ve done things for my daughter and realized I shouldn’t have gave my daughter that many damn Skittles. Maybe I shouldn’t have done that,” he said.

Then he hit at his own fans in the state of Ohio for giving Trump the vote, echoing Hillary’s “basket of deplorables” comments.

“At the end of the day, I don’t think a lot of people was educated,” he said. “And I think that’s one of the biggest problems that we have. When it becomes vote time, people are just not educated on either the individual or what’s going on in the state of the world right now. … I don’t think a lot of people are educated and they make choices and say things that are uneducated.”

Shoes LeBron wore during last night’s game, from Ohio:

WASHINGTON: LeBron James wore black Nike sneakers with “equality” emblazoned in gold across the back for the Cavaliers’ season opener against the Boston Celtics.

But the decision by the corporation and its famous endorser for Sunday’s game against the Washington Wizards at Capital One Arena made a more visual and, for some, a more powerful statement.

In the first half, James sported one black shoe and one white shoe with the same word printed across the heels.

It was no coincidence that James chose to protest social injustice at a venue located between the White House and the U.S. Capitol.

He’s been a vocal critic of President Trump since he called Trump “U bum” on Twitter on Sept. 23 after Stephen Curry said he would not visit the White House if the NBA champion Golden State Warriors received the customary invitation. Trump rescinded the offer before the Warriors had a chance to vote on the trip.

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James’ shoes are emblazoned with “EQUALITY” on both heels during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Washington Wizards, Sunday in Washington. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

From October, from The Daily Wire:

An NBA rule prohibits kneeling during the national anthem or any pre-game ceremonies, so members of the Cleveland Cavaliers, led by star LeBron James, linked arms and sported political attire ahead of Wednesday night’s season opener.

But instead of taking a knee during the national anthem, the Cavaliers linked arms in a show of team unity, similar to what some NFL teams are doing, now that taking a knee has become a league liability.

Yikes.

And look what LeBron had on his shoes then…

After Trump disinvited the NBA champion Golden State Warriors from visiting the White House, James referred to 45 as a ‘bum.’

He didn’t regret it.

From Time:

During a news conference Monday, James stood by his words.

“That’s not a name call,” he said. “You bum. Me and my friends call each other that all the time. I’m not his friend, though. He’s not my friend.”

[Note: This post was written by John S. Roberts]