(NewsReady.com) – People show support for their preferred candidates in various ways. One of the NFL’s top wide receivers has been accused of doing so by disrespecting Trump supporters on Sunday.
On October 25, DeAndre Hopkins, who plays for the Arizona Cardinals, was allegedly driving past a long caravan of the president’s supporters in Glendale, AZ. That’s when he took both hands off the wheel to raise his middle fingers at the crowd. Images show a man who strongly resembles Hopkins making the gesture from an open-topped black Ferrari.
When Hopkins arrived at the stadium for Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks, he was wearing the same shirt as the Ferrari driver.
Participants in a pro-Trump political caravan claim Cardinals WR DeAndre Hopkins swerved through the caravan, gave them the middle finger https://t.co/TeYlITFauu
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) October 26, 2020
Members of the caravan, which consisted of several hundred vehicles and circled highways in the Glendale area, said Hopkins was driving fast and swerving among the supporters’ vehicles. The Cardinals have been approached by local journalists, but so far a statement hasn’t been given.
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