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Daniel Vaswani, Criminal Defense Attorney, reflects on Fans Booing NFL Players Standing in Unity

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California criminal defense attorney, Daniel Vaswani, releases a video on Instagram that comments on the negative reaction NFL players received during a game on 9/11

HAYWARD, Calif. - eTradeWire -- News Swipe is an IGTV series on Red Metric's Instagram profile, hosted by Bay Area criminal defense attorney, Daniel Vaswani. In this segment, Mr. Vaswani discusses the country's apparent lack of unity during the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. On the NFL's 2020 opening day, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans had their first game of the season. Footage via ESPN demonstrates the fans booing as NFL players of both teams link arms in a sign of unity. Daniel Vaswani, expresses that apparently being united is something to boo about. There were very audible boos coming from the crowd, and now the problem is that we are discussing division within our own country. Daniel urges viewers and all Americans to consider who we should be as a country.

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"Inherently what comes along with division is strife and turmoil and inherent weakness, and apparently now as Americans, we are okay with that." -Daniel Vaswani

"Today is September 11th, just a mere 19 years ago 9,000 Americans were killed. It's eerie that one the 19th anniversary we are celebrating being divided." -Daniel Vaswani

To watch the full video, go to @redmetriclaw on Instagram!

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