LeBron James, who won’t speak up about the atrocities in China, had plenty to say Wednesday night in Indianapolis where he ratted out two courtside fans and had them ejected. China’s lapdog has been silent on slave labor making shoes, but when it comes to a couple of fans riding him during the Lakers 124-116 win, LeBron’s going to take a stand.
“When obscene gestures and language come into it, can’t be tolerated,” James said after Wednesday’s game.
Watch LeBron rise up against fans while being perfectly fine with how Chairman Xi runs China.
"Right f*ing here"
The fans LeBron had kicked out… pic.twitter.com/4Q2HO6mKaO
— The Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) November 25, 2021
What a bold move for LeBron. Eject them!
Meanwhile, the big social justice warrior won’t take a stand for the Muslims in China.
— Chris Widlic (@Chris_Widlic) November 25, 2021
“Chinese shoe companies bragged they were using Muslim Uighur labor to pick cotton to make their tennis shoes,” OutKick founder Clay Travis said on Fox & Friends.
“Literally slave labor tennis shoes on NBA courts. Guys are cashing checks for millions of dollars. Nobody’s calling them on it.”
LeKaren points out a rude clerk to the manager at the Indianapolis Walmart Arena pic.twitter.com/Jm5ONbVIXV
— Denlesks (@Denlesks) November 25, 2021