NBA star Jonathan Isaac, who plays for the Orlando Magic, is not afraid to stand up against the woke mob and proudly expresses his personal beliefs. Isaac’s latest move to push back against the radical left is launching an anti-woke sports apparel brand called UNITUS.
Isaac became a controversial figure in the NBA in 2020 when he was the only player to stand for the pre-game National Anthem while everyone else knelt on the court in protest. He also chose not to wear a Black Lives Matter shirt like the rest of the players and coaches.
Afterward, Isaac, who is Black, was ridiculously asked by reporters if he believes Black Lives Matter.
“Absolutely,” he replied. “I’m black. I grew up black, I have a black little brother that lives in America. I’m not for racism.”
Explaining his position on the matter, Isaac said,
“For me, Black lives are supported through the gospel. All lives are supported through the gospel. We all have things that we do wrong and sometimes it gets to a place that we’re pointing fingers at who’s wrong is worst. Or who’s wrong is seen, so I feel like the Bible tells us that we all fall short of God’s glory. That will help bring us closer together and get past skin color. And get past anything that’s on the surface and doesn’t really get into the hearts of men and women.”
Isaac also refused to get the COVID-19 vaccine when it was first rolled out even though the league mandated that all players and coaching staff get vaccinated.
The NBA player is now launching an anti-work sports apparel company called ‘UNITUS’ in August to provide an alternative for all the large woke corporations that continuously express their left-wing political beliefs.
Isaac discussed his new brand in a short documentary by PragerU called Unwoke Inc.
“You have companies that are in that field who have made a conscious decision to either attack or undermine Christian values, conservative values, and things like that,” said Isaac. “And I think they have the free choice to do so, as much as I disagree, but I feel that we also have the freedom to create what we want to create.”
“UNITUS is a sports and apparel company, and the basis of it for me is freedom,” he added. “We can be proud of what we believe in. We don’t have to hide or be ashamed of it.”
Posting a clip from Unwoke Inc. on Twitter, Isaac wrote, “Retail brands have the freedom to go woke. We have the freedom to create an alternative.”
— Jonathan Isaac (@JJudahIsaac) June 2, 2023