Colin Kaepernick, the disgraced #blacklivesmatter supporting American hating Muslim Quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, has vowed to continue to sit through the National Anthem at all football games. While many of us wonder why the Muslim stays in America if he hates it so bad, Kaepernick has given a statement to the press on how he intends to continue his disrespect for America at every football game he attends. Why doesn’t he go play football in Iran, or is it banned there?
“I’ll continue to sit. I’m going to continue to stand with the people that are being oppressed. To me, this is something that has to change, and when there’s significant change — and I feel like that flag represents what it’s supposed to represent, and this country is representing people the way it’s supposed to — I’ll stand.” – Colin Kaepernick
In a separate statement, Kaepernick implied that American police are paid murderers:
“There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.” – Colin Kaepernick
Quite the change of pace for the recent Muslim Convert, in 2014 Kaepernick called on the police to remove a naked woman from his bed who refused to leave until he got home. Kaepernick didn’t accuse the police of any wrong doing, he instead thanked them for doing their job. Kaepernick is quick to run his mouth about police when he’s well protected, and equally as quick to call to the police like a sissy when he finds a naked woman in his bed.
How much has this social justice warrior donated to black families?
According to The Conservative Daily Post, Nothing:
“To date, Kaepernick has donated $0 (ZERO) to Black Lives Matter or any other group affiliated with helping minorities. His net worth is estimated to be over $100 million, yet he has donated zero dollars to the issues he claims to be so passionate about.”
How’s that for an eye opener. This Muslim convert has a net worth of millions, but has donated nothing to the groups he claims are being oppressed. I guess that mansion and luxury life stile is more important than the people who are oppressed?