Houston Texans Chairman Shamed For Calling COVID “China Virus”

Houston Texans Chairman Shamed For Calling COVID “China Virus”

Truth is one of the worst things that the cancel mob loves. You will be crushed if you can think rationally and have the courage to speak up. This was the lesson that Houston Texans Chairman Cal McNair learned.

Michael Silver published a story about McNair using an alleged racial slur to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic in May at a Texas charity golf event.

Brace yourselves, because the racial slur McNair dared to utter was – calling COVID-19 the “China virus.”

According to the reports, several people at the event “gasped” in utter horror after McNair unleashed the sizzling racial fury from his tongue. McNair apologized to attendees for not being able to host the event in the spring of 2020 “because of the China Virus.”

That’s right. Left is not ashamed to be pityful because some one had the nerve and call the virus by another name. He was shamed into making an apology for it.

“My comments at the event last May included an inappropriate choice of words … I immediately apologized to people who approached me then, and I apologize again now. I am aware of the importance of choosing my words with care. I would never want to offend anyone.”

It is ironic that his comments were not meant to offend anyone.

McNair was not implying ridicule of the Asian appearance, or saying something offensive. All he did was call the virus by a name that – truthfully – describes where it came from.

Isn’t it a pathetic state of affairs in our country when anytime someone claims the facts of the situation they are deemed as racist and insensitive?

Hopefully, McNair fares better than Jon Gruden did when the cancel mob came after him for “being offensive.”