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Kaepernick Pours Gas On Renewed National Anthem Debate With Disturbing Tweet

The 2018-19 NFL pre-season has begun, and in its second week, we’re starting to see players (who believe they’re oppressed and treated like slaves) raise their fist and kneel during the National Anthem.

The leader of the disrespecful movement that started 2 years ago — Colin Kaepernick — spoke out and praised the players who knelt. Not a huge surprise, but what a desperate play for attention… poor Kaepernick can’t get hired by any team because first of all, he’s a backup QB at best and second, he’s absolutely toxic for PR purposes.

Bleacher Report reports:

Free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick recognized Miami Dolphins wide receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson for kneeling during the national anthem to protest social injustice prior to Thursday’s preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Kaepernick, who last suited up for the San Francisco 49ers in 2016, posted on Twitter Thursday night:

Following the Dolphins’ 26-24 loss, Stills told reporters he did not coordinate the protest with Wilson.

“It just happened that way,” Stills said, according to the Associated Press’ Steven Wine. “When I’m on a knee, most of the time I’m praying, and thank God for having Albert next to me. Being a part of this protest hasn’t been easy. I thought I was going to be by myself out there. Today I had an angel with me with Albert being out there. I’m grateful he sees what’s happening, and he wants to do something about it as well.”

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