You’re probably sick of all the Colin Kaepernick hogwash.
Unfortunately, it’s a hard reality because the leftist sports media shoves him down our throats at every opportunity.
But one September 11th tribute destroyed him and his infamous Nike advertisement.
The embattled former San Francisco 49ers quarterback made national headlines recently on a Nike ad.
Kaepernick and Nike made a deal.
Kaepernick and Nike made a deal
The biggest apparel brand in the world launched a new campaign that made him the face of it. https://www.americanpatriotdaily.com/featured/heres-where-the-government-is-banning-nike-purchases/
The 30th anniversary of the “Just Do It” slogan featured his face and said, “Believe in Something, even if it means sacrificing everything.”
This blew up across all social media platforms.
Liberals loved it.
Although, others despised it.
But one man who paid tribute to his police officer friend who perished in the 9/11 attacks had a message for him.
The unidentified person wrote, “And my brother and hero, Port Authority Police Officer David P. LeMagne, who believed in something, even when it meant to sacrifice everything.”
That slaps his “provocative” advertisement in the face.
Kaeperick perceives himself as some kind of martyr.
He thinks of himself as Martin Luther King Jr.
But what did he actually do? He kneeled for the National Anthem.
The only thing that Kaepernick did was to divide our great nation.
The only thing that Kaepernick did was to divide our great nation
His camp wants you to believe that he sacrificed his career for “social injustice.”
We all know that had the opposite effect though.
All it did was anger an NFL fan base that has boycotted the league since then.
What’s worse is that other players followed him on his quest.
In week one, a handful of players kneeled.
It’s truly incredible that Nike did this.
They really don’t care how this advertisement offends people.
In fact, ESPN reported that Nike kept Kaepernick on the payroll even after his publicity stunt.
Also, what’s been accomplished since his “heroism?”
Have race relations gotten better?
Is violence still in the streets?
There has to be a better way to get this message across.
This echoes what Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescot claimed.
Prescott said, “For me, I’m all about making a change and making a difference, and I think this whole kneeling and all of that was just about raising awareness and the fact that we’re still talking about social injustice years later, I think we’ve gotten to that point. I think we’ve proved, we know the social injustice, I’m up for taking the next step whatever the next step may be for action and not just kneeling. I’ve always believed standing up for what I believe in, and that’s what I’m going to continue to do.”
And what has happened since? What was the next step in the process?
This quote was from July 27th.
Remember that the Black Lives Movement occurred under our first African American president.
Race relations were at an all-time high under his tenure.
We have a celebrity problem in this country. It’s mostly amongst liberals.
People treat celebrities as God-like figures.
Those that do, value what they say more than the average American.
That’s absolutely absurd.
Liberals want to jump down everyone’s throat who refuse to support these NFL players who disrespect out country.
This police officer really exposed Kaepernick’s hypocrisy.
He didn’t sacrifice “everything.”
Kaepernick only looks out for number one. https://offthewire.com/nfl-just-colin-kaepernick/
That’s the complete opposite of what he thinks he does.