by McIntosh | August 10, 2017 2:42 am
By now you would have heard all about the drama surrounding Colin Kaepernick. As only the worst race-baiters can do, a narrative has been created and is now being pushed that the reason no NFL team has picked up the America-hating privileged dope, is because they’re all racist and/or afraid to deal with his political positions on race.
A petition, if you can call it that, aims to force the NFL, or any team in the NFL, to sign the interception-laden quarter-back, or face a boycott.
Boycott America’s biggest pastime over a jerk that no one likes or wants? Good luck with that, phony justice warriors.
If you are appalled by this, then show your power by boycotting the NFL until Kaepernick gets signed to a team. This means to not watch any games, no social media comments about your favorite team before/during/after the games, don’t attend the stadiums, and don’t buy any merchandise which represents the league or your favorite team.
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The petition has now reached 80,000 signatures. Dr. Harry Edwards even let on to a threat if Kaepernick wasn’t picked up, which can be found on The Daily Caller:
“But I fully expect one [team to sign him], because it’s in the best interest of the league to have him on a team.”
Edwards further stated in a July interview on Sirius XM that the NFL would have a “problem” if Kaepernick were not on a roster by week 1.
But word has it that these teams aren’t exactly passing over the idiot…at least not all of them. More from the Daily Mail:
Despite the ongoing narrative that Kaepernick’s very public political views are preventing any NFL teams from offering him a roster spot, TheDC’s source claims Kaep himself has turned down at least one contract in the hopes of stirring up a media frenzy that eventually leads to a more lucrative deal for the 27 year old vet.
So, Kaepernick thinks he’s worth more than what he’s offered? Uh huh…
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