Kari Lake Remains Seated During “Black National Anthem” At Super Bowl LVII

Photo edit showing Kari Lake in attendance for the "Black National Anthem" at Super Bowl LVII. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Popacta
Photo edit showing Kari Lake in attendance for the "Black National Anthem" at Super Bowl LVII. Credit: Alexander J. Williams III/Popacta
Kari Lake remained seated during “Lift Every Voice and Sing” (Dubbed the “Black National Anthem”) before kickoff at Super Bowl LVII

2022 Gubernatorial candidate in Arizona, Kari Lake, remained seated during the “Black National Anthem” before the kickoff of Super Bowl LVII, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Many took to Twitter and other social media platforms to ridicule Lake following her decision to sit through the performance of the “Black National Anthem,” however, her argument appeared to resonate with many – arguing “I’m just here for THE National Anthem 🇺🇸.”

Lake, who appears to have an almost Trump-like ability to continue to ruffle her oppositions feathers on social media, would continue making pro-American NFL points on social media, tweeting:

Following country music star Chris Stapleton’s performance of the National Anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing” (Dubbed the “Black National Anthem”) was performed before Super Bowl LVII by actress and singer Sheryl Lee Ralph, and controversy immediately arose, with many feeling as though the country is reverting to segregated times, with African Americans now having their own National Anthem, an anthem intended to represent the nation as a whole.

On the other hand, many felt empowered by the anthem having been sung before the United States largest viewed and traditionally most anticipated sporting event. This comes during Black History Month, and having two Black quarterbacks going head-to-head for the first time in Super Bowl history.

However, in response to this argument in favor of the “Black National Anthem,” many feel as though the NFL and supporters of the anthem are intentionally attempting to dismantle the cultural significance of the unity behind the National Anthem. Opting for racial division as opposed to racial unity in the United States.

The “Black National Anthem” largely rose to prominence following 2020, a year that saw the BLM protests and riots following the death of George Floyd. Many believe a separate national anthem for a particular race could be seen as divisive and harmful to the idea of a unified nation. Many also believe that a separate national anthem for a specific race is not necessary, and that American citizens of all races should be coming together to celebrate the United States, not specific ethnicities within the United States.

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  3. We ONLY have ONE USA National Anthem! AND ITS THE one & only THAT i WILL SHOW MY RESPECT TO!


  4. There is only one National anthem and We are ONE nation under God. If you think otherwise, you’re in support of segregation. It’s that simple.

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  6. LOVE KARI LAKE !!!!!!!!!!!

    That dress on Sheryl Lee makes it looks like she’s singing Lift Every Boob and Sing.

    THIS IS JUST MORE DEMOCRAT DIVISIONk, from their never ending supply of division.

  7. I didn’t even know there was a black National Anthem, after the hillbilly sang a good rendition of the National Anthem, some gal came on, started singing I muted it, like I do with commercials and things I don’t want too hear.


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