Culture Opposed To Rules Responds With Anger Over Missed Call During Football Game
Americans have been purging the nation of every ounce of divine accountability for years. We pushed God and the Bible out of schools. We stopped going to church. We don’t even call ourselves Christians anymore. The biggest difference in the last 50 years is that we currently have an environment where anyone wants to do what they want without any interference.
Speaking of interference, that was some missed call last night between the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints. It was clear. Everyone saw it. Everyone agrees. Everyone is angry at the referees who did not throw the most obvious flag that could be thrown. The Rams who committed the penalty ultimately won the game and are going to the Super Bowl. People from around the country voiced their anger over the penalty that was not called.
Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner tweeted: “Come on refs. You can’t just make it up as you go along. That was pass interference when the game started. And later in the game it’s not? Get real. You can’t change a rule during the game.”
U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted: “There are rules and systems for a reason. You don’t get to change the game just because they give you a whistle and title.”
President Trump tweeted out: “What is the point in having a team of people that will hold players accountable if they aren’t going to do their job?”
The general consensus of a society that has abandoned moral absolutes and the natural laws that govern civilized behavior is that football games must have clearly defined and enforced rules, or else no one will want to play.