Q: What does Colin Kaepernick think of the NFL’s social-justice messaging? A: It’s ‘propaganda’

Q: What does Colin Kaepernick think of the NFL’s social-justice messaging? A: It’s ‘propaganda’
Colin Kaepernick's socks showing a pig in a police uniform

File this story under “Give them an inch.”

Yesterday marked the first week of an NFL season that looks more like a protest rally than it does a professional sport. The end zone of every stadium that saw live action was emblazoned with pearls of wisdom — “It Takes All Of Us,” “End Racism” — that would be right at home stuffed into fortune cookies. In some of these venues, players chose to kneel, raise a fist, or remain in the locker room during the playing of the national anthem.

So what is the reaction to these strides of the man whose antics are responsible for raising Commissioner Roger Goodell’s consciousness of the “pain” players endure off the gridiron? Here’s your answer:

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You had to know that this crybaby’s crybaby won’t be happy until the NFL begins ritually sacrificing a police officer during each halftime show. (RELATED: Colin Kaepernick nominated for NFL Hall of Fame)

One has to wonder if Kaepernick is aware — or cares — that two Los Angeles County deputies are fighting for their lives in an L.A. hospital, having been ambushed by a lone black gunman as they sat in their patrol car. Or whether he is “down” with the reception committee that was waiting at the emergency entrance to wish death to the seriously wounded men. (RELATED: Colin Kaepernick is done! Records show he donated $25,000 to convicted cop killer)

LU Staff

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