High school football team decided to take a knee for the anthem, the refs taught them a lesson

The act of kneeling during the national anthem, initiated by former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick as a silent protest against police brutality, has sparked heated debates and divisive reactions across the United States. As people from all walks of life either join in or criticize the movement, a high school football game in Monroe offered a new dimension to the controversy. Monroe High School’s football team, inspired by Kaepernick’s protest, took a knee during the national anthem before a game. This action, however, was met with a counter-protest by the game’s referees. Ernie Lunardelli, 54, and Anthony Lunardelli, 27, both...