Colin Kaepernick and his ridiculous stance on the police in America have landed the washed up quarterback in egregious amounts of hot water this season.
Between his disrespectful kneeling for the National Anthem that spread like wildfire throughout the NFL and his obscene “cops are pigs” clothing choices, Kaepernick has made quite the name for himself in the thuggish, cop-hating circles on the fringes of society.
Now that the cat is out of the bag regarding the lackluster QB’s void of respect for the police and for the nation as a whole, it looks as though his days in the National Football League are virtually over. For some bizarre reasons, the left is crying foul, and citing racism as the reason for Kaepernick’s downward spiral.
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“‘Only last week, Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman took a look at Kaepernick’s inability to find a new team and noted that many executives don’t want his type of disruption in their locker rooms.’
“‘Over the weekend, a Fox News article revealed that “70 percent of NFL managers genuinely hate” Colin Kaepernick. Many reasons have been listed. Some analysts criticize Kaepernick’s throwing accuracy, others think he isn’t much of a team player because he is a moody loner, and still others say he seems out of his depth when asked to learn new plays and plans.’
“‘Rumors circled early in the season that Kaepernick only began his protests to raise his profile as a race activist to head off being traded by the 49ers. This rumor charged that Kaepernick meant use his activism as a weapon against the team, so that in case they tried to trade him he could claim racism.’
While this trend of crying wolf and pulling the racism card is disturbing in its own right, we can all look forward to this being our last hurrah as it pertains to Colin Kaepernick who, barring a miracle, will be a distant memory by the time Super Bowl 52 rolls around next winter.