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Singer Takes A Knee While Performing National Anthem At NBA Game, Ruining Cancer Awareness Event

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Singer Takes A Knee While Performing National Anthem At NBA Game, Ruining Cancer Awareness Event

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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A singer from Berkeley took a knee while singing the national anthem at the Kings’ preseason game at Golden 1 Center.

Many people are outraged.

“It was an amazing night,” Sonia Susac said. “And to have today be about a political statement is infuriating to me.”

Sonia Susac is stunned.

“She took something away from us that night,” Susac said.

Susac was in the group of Albie Aware Breast Cancer survivors for a “Pink in the Paint” event at the Golden 1 Center with national anthem singer Leah Tysse, a one-year survivor, when Tysse finished singing the anthem by dropping to one knee.

”And I just didn’t want to believe it, but I was watching it with my own eye,” Susac said.

Susac calls Tysse’s decision a distraction, taking focus off a sisterhood of breast cancer survivors.

“And it was supposed to be about healing, awareness, and promoting the cause, and promoting helping women,” Susac said. “And instead we were talking about something completely different today.” Keep reading

Excerpted From Breitbart: Anti-American protests have now spread to the NBA, as a singer performing the national anthem suddenly took a knee as she sang at the start of a Sacramento Kings game.

Singer Leah Tysse, a resident of Berkeley, California, later took to her Facebook page to explain why she joined the anti-American protests started by San Francisco 49ers NFL player Colin Kaepernick.

“I love and honor my country as deeply as anyone,” Tysse said on Facebook, “yet it is my responsibility as an American to speak up against injustice as it affects my fellow Americans.”

Tysse went on to criticize America’s police for unjust treatment of minorities.

But the folks who helped get her the gig as the game’s anthem singer are not amused. Sonia Susac, a member from the Albie Aware Breast Cancer survivors group that attended the game to highlight breast cancer awareness, called Tysse’s sudden anthem protest a “distraction” from the real reason she was there: to sing the national anthem.

She took something away from us that night,” Susac told Sacramento’s CBS affiliate.

Tysse, who revealed recently that she has breast cancer, was supposed to be at the Kings game to highlight the disease. But now, all people are talking about is the singer’s anti-American protest. Keep reading

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