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Steve Kerr: "Two Big Questions In America. What Are We Going To Do About The Terrorists Who Stormed The Capitol, And How Are We Going To Guard Lou Williams Without Fouling?"

Credit: NBAE

Credit: NBAE

Steve Kerr has never been a fan of POTUS Donald Trump and with all the incidents taking part on Wednesday, the Golden State Warriors coach has once again gone after the president and his supporters, who stormed into the US capitol after Trump held a rally in Washington D.C.

The images were alarming and everybody wanted to say something about it. The NBA community is anything but a fan of Trump and plenty of players took shots at the president and the people who entered a federal building to riot. Ahead of the Golden State Warriors-Los Angeles Clippers game, Kerr spoke about the incidents, asking the American people what was next for them seeing that certain people are willing to do anything to destroy federal property.

“Really two big questions today in this country. What are we going to do about the protestors, excuse me, not protestors, the terrorists who stormed the capitol, and how are we going to guard Lou Williams and avoid fouling?”

Kerr also went after Trump, of course, criticizing him for sending his supporters to the capitol to protest the election loss he suffered in November.

"We had 7 to 8 million more people vote for Biden than for Trump. Every state has certified those results," Kerr added.

"Every court appeal has been turned down. A legitimate election is suddenly questioned by millions of people, including many of the people who are leading our country in government, because we've decided to [...] allow lies to be told. This is who we are. You reap what you sow."

This is something worrisome and not good for the country. Nobody knows how and when this whole thing will end but something must change now. This is not good for anybody.