The Green Bay Packers’ Martellus Bennett often uses his Twitter account to share his thoughts on various subjects from how he hopes to inspire kids by letting them know they can be more than pro athletes to criticizing the NFL’s celebration rules video.

After President Donald Trump stood on stage at a rally and said that NFL players who don’t stand for the national anthem should be fired and that he wishes NFL owners would say, “Get that son of a (expletive) off the field right now,” and then also emphasized his thoughts on Twitter, Bennett had something to say.

The Super Bowl champ, who has been protesting the national anthem, wrote that he’s “ok with being fired for what I believe in.” He added that he believes the fact that Trump called for protesting players to be fired shows that the president “thinks (playing football is) all I can do as a black man.”