Colin Kaepernick has now been anointed the pope of the NFL.
When it comes to wokeness, whatever Kapernick says goes.
Now Kaepernick is furious at the NFL over something absurd.
Colin Kaepernick is still raging against the NFL.
Since starting the anti-American anthem protests in 2016 by kneeling, the Fake News Media has bestowed Saint status on Kaepernick.
Kaepernick finished his dismal last season by going 1-10, and has been out of the league since losing his starting position to Blaine Gabbert.
Now Kaepernick is furious that his friend and fellow anthem kneeler Eric Reid is currently unsigned.
While the NFL runs propaganda about how they care about Black Life, they are still actively blackballing Eric Reid (@E_Reid35) for fighting for the Black community. Eric set 2 franchise records last year, and is one of the best defensive players in the league. https://t.co/KQXTaOCcnU
— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) September 13, 2020
First, Reid is not being blackballed.
Since joining Kaepernick in his protest, Reid has played the last four seasons in the NFL.
If the league were blackballing him, it must be a delayed reaction.
It certainly doesn’t make sense that the NFL would blackball him when the league has completely bent the knee to wokeness in every way.
Second, it’s fascinating that Kaepernick threw the entire league under the bus for pushing “propaganda” with their pandering social justice message.
That’s perhaps the one thing Kaepernick has been right about since his hard-left turn into full-blown militancy.
The NFL is clowning itself by playing the unofficial black national anthem before games, as if that’s somehow going to unify the country.
The league needs to understand that Kaepernick and its other ideological enemies are far-left radicals who want to see the country torn apart.
There is no compromise to be had.
They won’t be happy until capitalism has been dismantled.
They’re very clear about this.
There’s no amount of pandering that will change their goals.
As for Reid, despite Kaepernick’s declaration that he’s “one of the best defensive players in the league,” he is not.
Reid struggles in coverage, so it’s not a surprise he’s sitting at home right now.
Will Reid get signed by a desperate NFL team this season?
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.