Kevin Stefanski’s Home Got Bombarded With Women Protestors Following Deshaun Watson Trade

Not everyone in Cleveland is pleased with the Browns trading for Deshaun Watson.

The Cleveland Browns have a new quarterback and some are pretty disappointed with their team. Some people have taken to the streets to protest the move, specifically the street of Browns head coach. A woman brought a sign to Kevin Stefanski’s home.

The protester’s sign read, “22 women do not lie,” which is a reference to Deshaun Watson’s sexual assault lawsuits.

See the protestor below:

There’s no doubt this is just the beginning of the backlash. There have also been some signs on overpasses protesting the Watson move.

If they didn’t see this coming…

The Browns are so starved for a Super Bowl they clearly have no problem making a deal with the devil.


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