Prescott came out in support of Jerry Jones on Friday (July 27) and supported the demand made by the team owner that players stand for the anthem. As expected, it didn’t go over too well with many.
#Dak Prescott was sent out like a slave from slave master Jerry Jones to ok his bs team policy...do better— CrazySexyCoolSista❤😍😘 (@Joy2Love2222) July 28, 2018
Dak Prescott is a cornball— MEET THE HUE (@blachughes) July 28, 2018
this just in racist white people now love Dak Prescott. they have accepted him fully. #DakPrescott— rouge one (@ARToffical) July 28, 2018
Dak Prescott is a puppet. Straight up.— ACRS (@acrs_director) July 28, 2018
“I never protest.” - Dak Prescott pic.twitter.com/GQVt3N8TBq— Curve Gotti (@trolltolltrav) July 27, 2018
Dak Prescott says that he won’t kneel during the anthem because he’s about action rather than protesting... but has he taken any action at all? Lolol— issa panoramic (@Scotty_DoesIt) July 27, 2018
Cowboys fans, this y’all QB?
Has Dak been doing the things Kaep has been doing? He's about action but I've yet to see Dak Prescott do any social justice work or even be vocal about it.— Old Child Support (@Black_Ted_Mosby) July 27, 2018
This meeting/statement means nothing when Jerry Jones, who owns “America’s Team,” has drawn a line in the sand and Dak Prescott is out here basically saying he’s happy being a lemonade serving house negro. https://t.co/0NtE8c4oiy— Carron J. Phillips (@carronJphillips) July 27, 2018
There will ALWAYS be people like Dak Prescott. They were there on the plantation and they were there during the Civil Rights Movement. And yet because of the sacrifices of the people who pressed on, he can play in an integrated league. He’s not the first and he won’t be the last. https://t.co/kaIW6sU4D8— Remi (@bladeniran) July 28, 2018
Dak Prescott went from being a black, household favorite for persevering to The Lone Star Uncle Tom in under a year.— X (@XLNB) July 28, 2018
Get ya money, black man, but at what cost?
If you ever wonder how Europeans could stroll into Africa and walk out with humans in chains, look no further than personalities like Dak Prescott.— CS🔰 (@tenosmith) July 27, 2018