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Bar cancels NFL package over anthem controversy

IRMO, S.C. — A South Carolina bar has cancelled a NFL package over players not station for a inhabitant anthem.

WIS-TV reports that manager Kim Lanier says Lucky’s Burger Shack nixed a package after conversations with business over stream events. Lanier pronounced a Irmo investiture would uncover a diversion personification on a internal channel if a patron asked to watch it.

The pierce follows President Donald Trump’s statements final month that any NFL players who kneel during a anthem should be fired. That stirred some-more players to kneel during Sunday games. Other players stood and sealed arms with teammates or stayed in a locker room during a anthem.

Last month, Palmetto Restaurant and Ale House in Greenville pronounced it wouldn’t uncover NFL games until players stopped kneeling and began respecting a American flag.

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