During a panel debate on "Fox News Tonight," host Trish Regan became somewhat unhinged when she attacked the NFL owners and her guest Leo Terrell, for siding with the players kneeling during the National Anthem.
On Tuesday, after meeting with their players, the NFL said "for now will continue they would let players kneel or sit during the national anthem without a penalty."
Trump, like the autocrat he is, immediately attacked their decision.
Trish Regan opened the show by going over this news and played a video clip of Commissioner Roger Goodell saying the players "weren't being disrespectful to the flag."
She brought on her guests Horace Cooper, a conservative from the 21 Project and Leo Terrell, a radio talk show host and civil rights attorney to discuss.
Trish has taken to Trump's radical form of jingoism so much that during a heated discussion began pointed her fingers at Terrell, and called his arguments "a bunch of baloney."
And then she loudly proclaimed, "Every-single-time I hear the National Anthem -- every single time I sing the National Anthem, I get goose bumps and I feel very privileged and honored to grow up in this country with all the opportunities I have had - "
Now who's full of it, Trish? Please, that's as moronic and juvenile a reason for attacking the NFL players as I've heard. And even if I doubt you get the heebie-jeebies every time you hear the Anthem, it's just silly.
Terrell replied, "You don't speak for 340 million Americans..."
Regan continued to filibuster, "You know what? you're pretty darn lucky if you are out there collecting a pretty nice paycheck working for the NFL."
Yes, they are very lucky and also very talented and do not have to bow down to any commander in chief that either previously, currently or in the future who will hold the Oval Office who decides to use the flag and Anthem for political gain.
Terrell jumped back in, "Do know what makes this country great? People have the right to have a different opinion."
Just another fevered day in Trump's America.