Everyone’s Favorite 2016 “Social Justice Warrior”: Today an Unemployed Loser!

Last year, rather than making a name for himself lighting up NFL scoreboards, Colin Kaepernick made a name for himself by constantly being the one getting lit up by both fans and commentators alike when he made the asinine decision to boycott standing during the National Anthem before NFL games.

Why the boycott? When swarms of media hacks flocked to Mr. Kaepernick’s locker after NFL games, Kaepernick would repeatedly share before a national audience that he could not bring himself to stand for the flag of a country that “oppresses black people” the way the United States does.

As one might imagine, the reason Kaepernick cited for the disrespectful protest of a flag so many Americans have fought and died for, did not sit well with many of even the NFL’s most casual fans. Heck, Kaepernick’s reason didn’t sit well with many Americans in general, whether they were NFL fans or not. Some NFL fans even “claimed” to be so “offended,” that they would no longer watch any NFL games until that behavior came to an end.

It’s hard to say there was a direct cause and effect relationship between Colin Kaepernick’s antics, and the fact that the NFL suffered from one of its worst ratings slumps in modern times last season, but it’s hard not to believe there was at least some correlation.

In the following video, Right Wing News discusses how poor Mr. Kaepernick is once again being oppressed. This time, it’s the NFL and its 32 teams that are oppressing Mr. Kaepernick. If you ask him, he might even tell you not one of the 32 teams will hire him because he’s black, who knows? Mr. Kaepernick clearly isn’t the brightest bulb on the tree, but maybe this will be the start of a budding “social justice warrior” career; I hear you don’t need to be real bright for that anyway.

Regardless of what the future holds for this dimwit, as of today, Mr. Kaepernick is just another unemployed loser. Poor, poor, Colin.

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