Colin Kaepernick unleashed a virus on the country when he started the anti-American anthem protest.
The NFL and other sports leagues still haven’t fully recovered from the protests that swelled.
Now Kaepernick is publishing one book that will turn your stomach.
Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick claims he wants back in the league, but in reality he seems to be basking in his “martyr” status.
Since initiating the anti-American anthem protests, Kaepernick has received humanitarian awards, and signed lucrative deals with Penguin Random House, Disney, Netflix, and Nike.
And now Kaepernick is publishing a collection of essays that he edited about police and prison abolition.
After months of hard work, we’re excited to announce that we’ll be publishing our first title, ABOLITION FOR THE PEOPLE: THE MOVEMENT FOR A FUTURE WITHOUT POLICING & PRISONS, on 10/12/21. This anthology is edited by @Kaepernick7 & features the contributions of over 30 writers. pic.twitter.com/fj6tuBpYBy
— Kaepernick Publishing (@KaepernickPub) May 11, 2021
One of the radical essayists included was Angela Davis, who toured the Soviet Union in the 1970s as a celebrity because of her anti-American stance.
Davis has called for prison abolition, but she defended the Soviet Union’s right to imprison dissidents because they opposed the regime.
Davis’s hypocritical stance is important; it shows that the radicals are not sincere.
They just want power, and once they get it, they’re more than willing to put their ideological opponents in “re-education camps,” a euphemism for prison if there ever was one.
Even Kaepernick supporters were taken aback by his radical anti-police and anti-prison stance.
I love you but Is this a joke? Please tell me what will happen to people who need to be in prison? Seriously?
Are we going back to the dark ages? That is what this wreaks of.
You want true reform, make police personally and financially liable, and abolish police unions.
— Just A Girl 💙💙 (@reallyjustagirl) May 11, 2021
None of these radical leftists have any practical solutions on how prison abolition would work.
In their warped world view, communism would solve all problems and there would be no need for police or prisons.
Progressive district attorneys around the country have made it a priority to reduce the prison population, and the result has been an uptick in violent crime.
Meanwhile, Kaepernick will continue to collect checks as more people in at-risk communities suffer due in part to his radical rhetoric.