Punk

Not because he is a bitching millionaire quarterback (multi-multi mill!) . . .

Not because he sucks as a quarterback . . .

Not because he had a complete brainwash and became a muzzie . . .

Certainly not his heritage – although he has remarkable parents! . . .

Not because he is using his star(?) platform to speak out . . .

But because . . .

He is suddenly feeling a bit ostracized as a newbie muzzie . . .

He has not gotten good press for a lonnnnnnng time . . .

He denies the Caucasian half of himself . . .

He says the George Soros funded “Black Lives Matter” – who openly advocate the murder of police – matters –  as if it were some real and and tangible group speaking for the oppressed.

So- he disses the national anthem – his right, understood, despite the tremendous offense his doing so gives to those who have paid a severe price in standing for the anthem.

He lectures the most generous nation in the world, implying racism.

He basks in the adulation of others who applaud his odd way of thinking.

He appeaently was able to avoid history classes after grade school.  He knows less about history than he does being a winning quarterback, which is saying a great deal.

But I happen to agree with him!  There IS extreme racism in America.  John Derbyshire, himself one whose career was seriously threatened when terminated from National Review, an organization that went from reputable to a laughingstock in one short year – for speaking to such racism, and from his own personal experience, Derbyshire argues that racism is indeed a serious problem, and that blacks need to grow up and quit using racism as a means of very expensive extortion:

“Fifty years—two entire human generations—and still they riot. Fifty years of fretting and fussing, of nagging and shaming, of affirmative action and contracting set-asides; fifty years of jobs programs, food programs, billion-dollar overhauls of school systems. Fifty years of pushing role models, black doctors and detectives in movies and TV, black athletes as culture heroes, black actors playing God. Fifty years of Martin Luther King Days, Black History Months, and Kwanzaas. Fifty years of black mayors, black police chiefs, black Attorneys General, a black President…And still they riot.”

Colin Kapernick – one word describes you – bogus.  Your play-calling in life is even worse than your play-calling in football.  Unfortunately, you lack the mental capacity to realize that and apologize for being so stupid.

Shame, Punk.  Shame.

 

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