Colin Kaepernick Honors Dead Black Panther Before Game, Has Worst QB Performance in NFL History Afterward

Colin Kaepernick kneeled before the game on Sunday to honor Fred Hampton. Communist Black Panther Revolutionary Hampton was “assassinated” on December 4, 1969 by Chicago police and FBI. Naturally, December 4 is Fred Hampton Day in the mind of a mulatto. Furthermore, several monuments to Hampton are also present in the Windy City. Hampton is also tied in with Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, the two famous Chicago terrorists who are pals of Barack Obama.

Fox Sports has the story. The only real question is what happens to Kaepernick after the season is over. He’s not exactly Mr. Popularity with white fans. His politics and his play both suck.

6 thoughts on “Colin Kaepernick Honors Dead Black Panther Before Game, Has Worst QB Performance in NFL History Afterward

  1. The T short on the Coon says “You can kill a revolutionary but you can never kill the revolution”.
    The US revolution of 1780 or so is now being killed, and has been on its death bed for 50 years or so. Franco killed the Communist revolution in Spain. Probably most revolutions fail, especially after winning power as was the case in France and Russia. After the successful revolution, the revolutionaries start to kill each other. The US avoided this mostly, despite the needless deaths of so many whites fighting on both sides.
    Australians, Canadians and New Zealanders waited patiently, for more than 100 years, and got self determination with no need to kill redcoats.

    • I keep seeing stories today about Tom Brady and his long-term success. Most of these black players like Kaepernick are flashes in the pan; a few years ago CK was all the rage–the next great QB, etc. Soon to be on the scrapheap of NFL history.

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