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'Outnumbered' slams Jon Stewart for calling national anthem a 'weird ritual' at games


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The ‘Outnumbered’ panel reacts to Jon Stewart’s comments on standing for the national anthem during sports games.The "Outnumbered" panel ripped into Jon Stewart Friday after the comedian called the playing of the national anthem at sporting events a "weird ritual.""I think it’s an unfortunate but unsurprising attitude about [the national anthem]," said co-host Emily Compagno, a former NFL cheerleader.Compagno, who noted that Stewart himself played soccer in college, said that the ritual of standing for the national anthem at games was an "incredible moment" of "patriotism" and knocked the former "Daily Show" host for attempting to discern between standing for the flag at a game versus standing while at home watching on television. Meanwhile, Fox News anchor Julie Banderas called Stewart’s comments "just plain idiotic."Stewart shared his view on the anthem Thursday during his podcast "The Problem with Jon Stewart.""Does anyone know when that started, playing the national anthem before games? CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPIn the aftermath of World War II, the NFL commissioner said the anthem should be "as much a part" of the game as the kickoff.

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