Steller Writes Him Up: Sunday’s Comic


Tucson Police Officer’s #Takeaknee Video Goes Viral

On Sunday, Tucson Police Officer Brandon Tatum posted a video to Facebook that has gone viral, with over 11 million views. In the video, Now I have had enough, Officer Tatum spoke passionately about the NFL national anthem kneeling controversy.

Officer Tatum’s latest video is not the first of his that has gone viral. During the 2016 election cycle, a video on YouTube, in which he discussed then-candidate Donald Trump and his appearance in Tucson, earned over 800,000 views.

In an appearance on the Joe Paggs Show, Tatum said he was not going to post a video, “but my good friend J.T. did one,” he said referring to popular Tucson radio show host James T. Harris, and he felt he should weigh-in. “I showed a lot of passion,” said Tatum, explaining why the video might have caught fire.

“This protesting is taking a knee on the flag,” began Tatum in the video. “For all of you who don’t understand; it’s not about the act of protesting. “It’s not about the act or believing in something and pursuing it. It’s the way you’re doing it. What does the American flag have to do with your perceived oppression? What does the national anthem have to do with these issues?”

“The national anthem has nothing to do with what you’re talking about. You’re talking about an anthem of hope and unity – within this country – that has made people become great. Made the poor become rich. Giving people opportunities. You are talking about a flag that represents hard work, dedication, blood, sweat, and tears. Sacrifice,” continued Tatum.

“You have these people, who are going around and taking a knee and want to attribute all the negativity to the flag, but they don’t want to attribute all the positive. Listen if you feel that the American flag represents negativity and slavery and all this other stuff, then you have to give credit and credence to a flag that has given you opportunities to go from cornfields and picking cotton to being the president of the United States.”

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7 Comments on "Steller Writes Him Up: Sunday’s Comic"

  1. The Oracle of Tucson | October 1, 2017 at 12:20 am | Reply

    If Steller was Stellar he wouldn’t be at the ADS, but since he’s little more then a errand boi for Dingleberry should we really expect anything different?
    Should we wait for the county communications job once the ADS closes down?

    The Oracle

  2. Steller and Tony Davis are prime examples of what is wrong with this area and the ADS. Idiots both and in Huckelberry’s back pocket.

  3. Tucson Taxpayer and Voter | October 1, 2017 at 8:31 am | Reply

    Steller and the ADS think they are the defenders of the little guy. When in fact they and their editorial board hurt the very ones they proclaim to protect. Steller is no more than an opinionated leech. Feeding at the trough of the poor. Weak. Homeless. Unemployed. And the underemployed. He acts like a school yard punk behind his pen and paper. His positions are no more than a dog whistle for others like him. Dylan Smith and the Sentinel. Nintzel and the Tucson Weekly. The list goes on. Don’t waste your time or money supporting these radical left outlets.

    • Ever wonder why the aforementioned don’t ever go on Wake-Up Tucson? I only hear them on Buckmaster. Could it be Bill doesn’t like controversy and is really a liberal? No really related to this article but I thought I’d throw it out there.

  4. Steller is an angry little man working for a dying rag.

  5. Steller is the thinnest-skinned juvenile alive today.

  6. Tim Steller is a hack. I can’t believe anyone still reads the Star. I am pretty sure only a handful of losers, Jim Click and Mike Varney still do.

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