This is hilarious. You see, bench warming football “player” Colin Kaepernick refused to stand for the National Anthem and he received support from the media. He wore socks that depicted police officers as pigs and he still gained support from the media.
But now he’s gone too far. He’s insulted Queen Clinton.
Seriously, you have to read this piece from USA Today’s Josh Peters.
After galvanizing support from athletes and civil rights leaders across the country, Colin Kaepernick is in danger of losing it.
His comments Tuesday about the first presidential debate between HIllary Clinton and Donald Trump were as needlessly divisive as the “pig cop’’ socks he wore last month. In case you missed, here’s part of what the San Francisco 49ers quarterback said about Clinton and Trump:
“Both are proven liars and it almost seems like they’re trying to debate who’s less racist.”
NAACP president Cornell William Brooks and Rev. Jesse Jackson are among the civil rights leaders to have praised Kaepernick for his protest of racial inequality and police brutality. But they’ll have a harder time supporting the San Francisco 49ers quarterback after the incendiary comments about the presidential candidates, especially those directed at Clinton, who has strong support within the African-American community.
The writer doesn’t even have any idea how far off the rails he actually is. He is more offended that his Ice Queen was insulted.
We are no longer a nation. We are warring gangs. The only allegiance that matters is to party. Insult the country? No problem. Insult the police? Meh. But don’t ever and I mean ever insult the party.