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…But we not ready to have that conversation yet.” There is an Effeminate Agenda going on amongst the NBA & NFL elite, peddled by high ranking Masons/handlers to indoctrinate the heterosexual sports world without them knowing, for the buying power of the LGBTQ community.
…But we not ready to have that conversation yet.— Larry Johnson (@2Larry Johnson7) August 29, 2019NBA:– The Vogue Fashion show you now get, from the team bus/car to the locker room. – Noticeable weight loss to fit the feminine archetype.— Larry Johnson (@2Larry Johnson7) August 29, 2019NFL: -Michael Sams was the gauge to see where society was at.
(born November 19, 1979) is a former American football running back in the National Football League (NFL).
He played college football for Penn State University, and was recognized as a unanimous All-American.
October is LGBTQ History month, the NFL players wear pink that month.
They want you to think Breast Cancer, but they show you they don’t care much about women, look at the treatment of domestic violence issues.” Lastly…….
He might be going through it on Thursday, because the former all-pro took to twitter to voice his opposition to a widespread “Effeminate Agenda.” In his rant against this supposed agenda, he blamed among others, the Masons: “There is an Effeminate Agenda going on amongst the NBA & NFL elite, peddled by high ranking Masons/handlers to indoctrinate the heterosexual sports world without them knowing, for the buying power of the LGBTQ community.
He was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the first round of the 2003 NFL Draft and also played for the Cincinnati Bengals, Washington Redskins and Miami Dolphins of the NFL. He was one of three children born to Christine and Larry Johnson, Sr..
His father is a former high school vice-principal, a high school football coach, former defensive line coach at Penn State University, and the current defensive line coach at Ohio State University.
Johnson was drafted over the objection of head coach Dick Vermeil, who wanted to select a defensive player, and despite the lack of recent NFL success by Penn State running backs (Blair Thomas, Ki-Jana Carter, Curtis Enis).
The conflicts between Johnson and Vermeil grew, and in 2004 Vermeil said that Johnson needed to grow up and "take the diapers off." Johnson took great offense to this comment, and the public estrangement led to rumors that he would be traded.