‘Professor’ Says Patriots QB Tom Brady is Only Popular Because of ‘White Supremacy’

A so-called “professor” has published a new book that claims that New England Patriot’s quarterback Tom Brady’s popularity is only due to al the “white supremacy” in this “post-Obama America.”

Kyle Kusz, a professor of kinesiology at the University of Rhode Island, made this obscene accusation in a screed published this month entitled, Making American White Men Great Again: Tom Brady, Donald Trump, and the Allure of White Male Omnipotence in Post-Obama America.

Tom Brady has won six Super Bowl rings, three MVP awards, three All-Pro titles, and fourteen Pro-Bowl appearances, but all this apparently has little to do with his success, as far as this “professor” is concerned, Campus Reform reported.

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Brady is only popular because of the “white rage and white supremacy” that has risen in the U.S.A., Kusz insists.

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In his attack on white people, professor Kusz smears Brady’s 2015 Under Armour ad as an example of Nazi propaganda that “would not seem out of place in Leni Riefenstahl’s infamous Nazi propaganda film, ‘Triumph des willens.'”

Indeed, this wild-eyed professor based his entire thesis on that one commercial according to his comments to Campus Reform.

“I decided to research Trump and Brady’s public performances of their white masculinities and how they connect with broader debates about race and gender politics after a student in one of my classes brought the Under Armour commercial to my attention, and it piqued my interest,” Kusz said.

Kusz goes on to insist that Brady surrounds himself with white people to show fans his racial purity.

“It is a vision of Brady as a wealthy, white man who unapologetically enjoys, and has even made a habit out of, spending time with other wealthy white men who treasure time ‘with the boys’ over all others,” Kusz exclaimed. Going to the Kentucky Derby, for instance, “suggests his performance of white masculinity shares much in common with President Trump’s.”

The professor also claims that Brady’s refusal to loudly denounce Trump to the left’s satisfaction also proves he is a white supremacist.

All these accusations came to the professor’s mind after he moved to the New England area and began to see how popular Brady was.

“After moving here for work I became fascinated by the idolatry given to Brady, especially after Trump began to name-drop and use white sportsmen as surrogates during his 2016 campaign,” Kusz said. He added that he follows stories about race and gender in today’s society and how those stories “reflect broader struggles about social power.”

So, just what is a professor of “kinesiology”? Kusz’s field is the study of the mechanics of human movement and often has to do with helping learn how best to rehabilitate people after sports injuries. Apparently, that makes him an expert on white supremacy.

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