And the spin from the Panthers to let Cam off the hook is already starting.After the press conference, Rodrigue tweeted that she spoke to Newton about his comments and he did not apologize and frankly made the situation worse.We’ll get to Newton’s actual words in a second, but first pay attention to his body language and facial expression during the question.As soon as Rodrigue starts asking her question, he smirks and starts to fidget like he’s barely listening or taking her seriously. Ring Floodlight Cam is a motion-activated HD security camera that includes two floodlights, Remote-activated 110-decibel alarm and two-way audio with noise cancellation. Note: This is a soft-white glow that’s ideal for capturing crisp HD video at night and can easily replace your existing floodlights. In order to support its robust array of features, Floodlight Cam needs to be hardwired into a standard junction box.
If you already have an existing wall-mounted floodlight, you can easily install Floodlight Cam into the existing junction box using the mounting bracket we provide.We’re way past the point where women asking questions about sports is a novelty or a rare occurrence in any sport.There’s simply no excuse for what he said and did, and yet, there’s nothing that can be done about it really.During his weekly press conference on Wednesday the Carolina Panthers’ Cam Newton took a question about routes from Charlotte Observer beat writer Jourdan Rodrigue.In lieu of a direct answer to her question, Newton smiled, laughed and said: That’s a reprehensible and astonishingly sexist comment coming from the quarterback of an NFL team.