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Trump Is Right Yet Again, Colin Kaepernick Is A Son Of A Bitch

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There are two reasons that Colin Kaepernick is out of a job in the National Football League. The first and most important reason is that he’s a lousy quarterback. This isn’t unique to Kaepernick, as there are plenty of mediocre players at all positions in the NFL. This brings us to the second reason that he’s an unemployed bum: He brings with him enough baggage to travel to Europe, baggage which other middling players have the good sense to leave in the closet, even if they agree with his sanctimonious posturing.

Kaepernick kneels during the national anthem to protest the killings of blacks by police officers. It is not entirely without merit as police abuses are a serious issue, but there’s a time and a place for everything. Wearing one’s heart on his sleeve at work, in a tax-payer funded stadium no less, is wholly inappropriate. The rest of us little people with real jobs that actually add real value to the economy would never be able to get away with hijacking our place of work for the purpose of pushing our political agenda. We all have a variety of tasks to accomplish before the end of our shift and splitting our focus from the labor at hand to preach is unproductive, and it reveals where Kaepernick’s head is at, that is, it’s not in the game where it should be.

He isn’t focused on his teammates, the opposing team, the game plan, etc. His mind is wandering. It’s not a good character trait for a professional football player, and it’s not a stretch to speculate that it’s one of the reasons why his execution on the gridiron is considerably less than stellar. His politics indicate why he’s a lousy quarterback, and the distraction his antics cause do a serious disservice to a sport that’s supposed to transcend our ideological differences. We watch football, in part, to escape from the realities that divide us. Any sporting event is an opportunity for us to celebrate the best qualities of the human condition. Everything about Kaepernick’s behavior violates this basic principle.

Let’s face some facts: Blacks commit more crimes than whites. They are more likely to commit murder. They do indeed commit more murders, and they commit more crimes in general. Blacks by far slaughter more of their own than whites do. Whites are killed by police more often than blacks as well. Kaepernick is either unaware of these facts, which makes him ignorant, or he knows full well and pouts for his pet cause anyway, making him fundamentally dishonest. I’ve never heard him say anything about stopping black-on-black crime, or stopping black-on-white crime, or stopping the police from shooting white people. Police shouldn’t be murdering unarmed black men, but they shouldn’t be murdering anyone, period. Kaepernick’s selective outrage makes manifest a sickening truth about the way he and his ilk think: Black lives matter more than white lives, and black lives can only matter if white lives do not. By kneeling in protest of unjustifiable black deaths, Kaepernick is simultaneously condoning white deaths.

And speaking of the white race, the only reason Kaepernick is in a position to protest on a national scale is because he was adopted by white parents after his black biological father left his birth mother before he was born. If it wasn’t for that, he might just be another statistic. He might be another black man who left his own child, another black man in prison for murdering a white person or one of his fellow blacks. Instead, he’s a multi-millionaire who gets to use the NFL as his soapbox so he can moan and groan about how oppressed he is. Must be nice to be that privileged.

Kneeling isn’t going to stop police shooting black people. Kneeling isn’t going to stop anyone from shooting black people. It’s an empty gesture, one as impotent as Kaepernick’s lukewarm play on the field. If he really wanted to make a difference, he’d become a cop and lead by example from within, but that would take fortitude. It would be too hard, far more difficult than signing a seven figure contract and keeping the bench warm while better players keep their politics to themselves and do all the work.

Perhaps President Trump was ineloquent and uncouth when he referred to any NFL player who kneels during the national anthem as a “son of a bitch,” but there are certain matters which require plain, boorish language. Eloquence is a waste of breath on someone like Kaepernick, a spoiled brat loser who has no idea how good he really has it. Ingratitude is common trait among clueless leftists, and this punk is no different. He’s an ignorant malcontent who sucked at his job, who puts himself on a pedestal by politicizing tragedies while ignoring much larger problems, and even glorifies a murderous communist dictator while doing so. Kaepernick might have an infatuation with Castro’s Cuba, but he wouldn’t last a day there. Try a political protest in Havana, and see what happens, you freakin’ idiot.

Colin Kaepernick isn’t just a son of a bitch, he might just be the biggest son of a bitch in the country!

  • “Muh flag”. Yea colin might suck, but I can think of one country positioned right above south korea, that probably forces citizens to stand for the worship of the sky cloth.

    Edit: And my god, that article is the most poorly written, boo hoo nonsense I’ve seen since the last time I accidentally clicked on the huffpost website.

    And, shouldn’t the “liberty” conservative maybe focus on threats to liberty? Civil assetforfeiture, stingray devices, the NSA, etc?

    • Thanks for reading the article Alvin, it was time you could have spent doing something else, I appreciate it. And thanks for your candor, I’m happy to receive any feedback.

      If you take a look through my history at the Liberty Conservative you’ll find that I’ve also written about North Korea and if you peruse the rest of the site you’re sure to find many articles pertaining to those threats against liberty that you mention in your comment.

      As for your complaint about the quality of my writing I can only say thanks again for your candid criticism and perhaps there are other writers for this publication whose work you would prefer. The Liberty Conservative has many talented contributors who cover a wide array of stories. Because I chose to write about Kaepernick doesn’t mean others at TLC aren’t covering other topics.

      Have a great night.

  • I need to share this.. I didn’t write it.. but it says what our flag stands for so truly! You want to take a knee?

    Take a little trip to Valley Forge in January. If you don’t know where that is, just Google it from the sidelines. Hold a musket ball in your fingers and imagine it piercing your flesh and breaking a bone or two. There won’t be a doctor or trainer to assist you until after the battle, so just wait your turn.Take your cleats and socks off to get a real experience. Then take a knee.

    Then, take one at the beach in Normandy where man after American man stormed the beach, even as the one in front of him was shot to pieces…the very sea stained with American blood. The only blockers most had were the dead bodies in front of them, riddled with bullets from enemy fire.

    Take a knee in the sweat soaked jungles of Vietnam. from Khe San to Saigon…Anywhere will do. Americans died in all those jungles.There was no playbook that told them what was next, but they knew what flag they represented. When they came home, they were protested as well..and spit on for reasons only cowards know.

    Take another knee in the blood drenched sands of Fallujah in 110 degree heat..Wear your Kevlar helmet and battle dress…Your number won’t be printed on it unless your number is up! You’ll need to stay hydrated but there won’t be anyone to squirt Gatorade into your mouth. You’re on your own.

    There’s a lot of places to take a knee. Americans have given their lives all over the world. When you use the banner under which they fought as a source for your displeasure, you dishonor the memories of those who bled for the very freedoms you have. That’s what the red stripes mean. It represents the blood of those who spilled a sea of it defending your liberty.

    While you’re on your knee, pray for those that came before you, not on a manicured lawn striped and printed with numbers to announce every inch of ground taken…but on nameless hills and bloodied beaches and sweltering forests and bitter cold mountains…every inch marked by an American life lost serving that flag you protest.

    No cheerleaders, no announcers, no coaches, no fans…just American men and women…delivering the real fight against those who chose to harm us…blazing a path so you would have the right to “take a knee.”

    You haven’t an inkling what it took to get you where you are…but your “protest” is duly noted. Not only is it disgraceful to a nation of real heroes, it serves the purpose of pointing to your ingratitude for those who chose to defend you under that banner that will still wave long after your jersey is retired…

    If you really feel the need to take a knee, come with me to church on Sunday and we’ll both kneel before Almighty God. We’ll thank him for preserving this country for as long as He has. We’ll beg forgiveness for our ingratitude for all He has provided us. We’ll appeal to Him for understanding and wisdom. We’ll pray for liberty and justice for all…because He is the one who provides those things.

    But there will be no protest. There will only be gratitude for His provision and a plea for His continued grace and mercy on the land of the free and the home of the brave. It goes like this…

    GOD BLESS AMERICA!

  • Today is Gold Star Mothers Day. Please take a moment to remember and honor the fathers and mothers who have lost children in service of their country

    On the last Sunday in September, Gold Star Mother’s Day is observed in the U.S. in honor of Gold Star mothers, as established in Title 36 § 111 of the United States Code.[10] This was originally declared by Senate Joint Resolution 115 of June 23, 1936.[11] In September 2012, Barack Obama issued a presidential proclamation commemorating September 30, 2012, as “Gold Star Mother’s and Family’s Day”.[11

  • COLIN is a ‘COLON’

  • Not very liberty minded are the folks at thelibertyconservative? Sounds like they would make great communists.

    • We have the right to criticize who we please. Were not calling for any infringement on these players, were pointing out the disrepect .

    • What disrespect?

    • No, the whole point was the President called for these players to be fired. He recommended that his supporters boycott the NFL until they fired anyone who took a knee. I was not very supportive of these guys until the President pointed out how foolish it is to ask they be fired for a non-violent and respectful protest to call for a national discussion.

    • Chandler Becker

    • Kevin Waterhouse
      Did he fire anyone under executive order?
      Did he pass a bill under congress to fire all players who disrepect the national anthem?
      No, he simply suggested they be fired by a private corporation or NFL should be boycotted in which everyone involved has the right to do. I may not agree with it, by I as a constitutionalist believe that all law must be abided by, and seeing here no law has been broken by neither Trump and his supporters, the NFL players kneeling, the NFL managers firing players, or the people boycotting the business.
      In my opinion kneeling for the national anthem, not because America, but because of one man is disrespectful.
      George Winter.
      I never said anything about keeping politics out of the NFL, I am well knowledged on NFL’s shares, stocks, and culture and I know its always been within political involvement.

    • The leader of our country calling he mother of a protestor a bitch is a strong example. Of what though? What has he modeled during his time in office and while running? Just think if these guys were on tape harassing women or sending dick picks to coworkers!

    • Although I agree with certain things Trump says, that doesnt mean I like him personally because i only like him as a political figure. During the 2016 election I was 100% going for Rand Paul, then settled for the lesser evil, but im not going to debate about the elction right now. Donald J Trump is very unprofessional considering he’s a buisinessman, but him as an American citizen also has the right of freedom of speech.

    • Chandler Becker I hope Trump gets a chance to tell Congress that what he said was legal. Let’s get him under oath and try him. Just as he has called for so many others to be charged. BTW a Presidential tweet calling for an empoyer to fire an employee and threatening a boycott if it is not done will not look good to the Constitutionalists that voted for him.

    • I already said i didnt like him personally due to his extremely unprofffessional/orthodox motives. I voted for him because his beliefs mostly alligned with constitutionalist beliefs compared to the other candidates. The words in which come out of one mans mouth are not and should not be illegal no matter what position of power he is in. As stated it is absolutley legal to suggest firing or boycotting an employee of a private corporation.

    • Chandler Becker
      If I wanted to live in a country where there are serious consequences for not idolizing the flag or a song I’d move to Cuba, North Korea or Venezuela,

    • Chandler Becker
      Just for the record: I personally think Kaepernik is an idiot.

    • Chandler Becker

  • unliking this trashy zionist owned rag now

  • I couldn’t stand him long before the anthem thing.

  • What a hypocrite, he was adopted by his grandparents after he was taken away from his white mother. A drug addicted theif who was homeless half the time and strung out on drugs and prostituted herself. He was given every advantage his entire life, and he whines about oppression and how unfair life is?

    • Bill Oshayntehn

      how narrow minded of you. Everyone complains about unfair life is. He is not doing this for personal reasons, but rather the INSTITUTIONAL unfairness that black people have to face

    • Joel W

      He isn’t claimed he is a victim of oppression. He is ‘speaking’ for the voiceless.

  • This article points out something I had not considered in this context. Many of the stadiums these ingrates play in are supported by local taxes.

  • the white parents who raised kaepernick are afraid to admit they failed as parents… PERIOD.. so they defend his screwball actions..
    its not about the first amendment, cause there are rules and the first amendment will not protect you from the rules.
    STAND IN A THEATER and yell things to cause a panic..get ready to jail time because someone will be hurt , seriously injured or KILLED… OMG some folks just do not get it that we do not have a right to make an ASS of ourselves and call it free speech…

  • Trump is wrong

  • Trump is wrong as usual.

  • Bill Oshayntehn

    You say blacks commit more crimes but you never ask the question WHY they commit more crimes? Ever heard of the School to Prison pipeline or think about the racial inequalities imbedded within our society? You are essentially saying whites are better because they don’t kill as “many of their own” ?? These things don’t just happen innately. And as far as him being a “spoiled brat loser,” it seems really short-sighted to call someone that whom you have never met. He took advantage of his public platform, as should all people who have the power to do so, in order to resist a much larger issue that has persisted throughout the whole existence of the United States: racism.

    • Tom old dog

      The black crime rate is so high is because 72 percent of the kids are born out of wedlock ! No family unit !

  • Tim Crowley

    So much for liberty. Sorry, the Nazi Trump may be “right”, but he’s never correct.

  • Bright_Bart

    idiotic, selfish, hypocritic article

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