John Isner condemns US radical protests

American tennis player John Isner was outraged by the radical actions of the protesters who took to the streets of the United States after the murder by the police of a black man George Floyd.

St Johns church is a 205 years old historic landmark and place of healing. This is absolutely pathetic. Arrest these anarchist losers.— John Isner (@JohnIsner) June 1, 2020

Isner retweeted a video showing a church set on fire by protesters and wrote: “The Church of St. John is a historical landmark, which is 205 years old, a place of healing. Just a shame. Arrest these anarchist losers. ”
Outraged subscribers supporting the protests attacked the tennis player, and he explained his point of view in the replays.

“You misunderstood me. I do not resent this more than the death of Floyd and Arbury. But I am angry that the riots desecrate the memory of men and women who are victims of terrible cruelty. Small local companies suffered from coronavirus, and now small companies across the country have suffered from protests.

How does this help achieve justice for George Floyd? This is a disgrace to a good person. Peaceful protests are drowned out by this chaos. Can’t I be outraged by both? ”

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
Function: Chief-Editor