Randy Moss Destroys ‘Loser’ Protesters on NFL Countdown – VIDEO

On Sunday, Randy Moss destroys “loser” protesters while on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown. He also labeled J.J. Watt a “winner” for his incredible charity work after Hurricane Harvey.

Per Daily Wire:

“Over the last month, we’ve had a lot of losers in our country out here protesting racism, doing a lot of negative stuff. It puts a lot of bad shame on our country,” stated the former New England Patriot. “But when you see the things that J.J. Watt is doing — bringing winners together, bringing the community together, bringing the whole state together … “

Moss went on to announce he was sending cleaning supplies to the surrounding areas of Houston which will not have access to adequate aid.

Moss’ comments quickly blew up online, as Black Lives Matter activists and supporters felt the wide receiver was slamming them. Moss subsequently tweeted clarification that he was calling out the “white supremacists who were protesting in Charlottesville.”

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According to reports there were hundreds of alt-right and neo-Nazi members at the Charlottesville rally. The alt-right and neo-Nazis clashed with the Antifa members who showed up to counter-protest the event. A woman named Heather Heyer tragically lost her life when a white supremacist plowed through a group of counter-protesters.

On a positive note, Watt has raised more than $22 million in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Check out Moss’ comments in the video below.

Randy Moss Destroys ‘Loser’ Protesters

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