While in a campaign rally on Friday night, President Donald Trump put his sights on former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, that whined the U.S. national anthem all of last season and today doesn’t have a job.
While searchings running for senator in Alabama, Trump took a veiled shot.
… trump carrying a veiled shot at colin kaepernick, says owner should say: “get that sonofabitch off the area right now… he's fired!!” pic.twitter.com/ttbOd0VrPG
— imitation nick ramsey (@nick_ramsey) September 23, 2017
The Twitter response was instant.
Why are you even bringing Kaepernick ' s title in a political rally in Alabama up?
Never mind. I know the answer.
-- mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL) September 23, 2017
Prediction: Not one NFL owner, not Roger Goodell will say 1 word about what he said about other NFL players or Kaep. Not. A. One. https://t.co/tBv3Q5FZHp
-- Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) September 23, 2017
So Trump say calls Black NFL players that protests injustice "sons of bitches", but white supremacists who ram ppl with automobiles "very handsome ppl" https://t.co/vq4AvWyoQa
-- Tariq Nasheed (@tariqnasheed) September 23, 2017
Might as well call the creators of this Constitution SOBs .
-- Bishop Sankey (@BishopSankey) September 23, 2017
Because their sons protested peacefully 24, only so we ' re clear, POTUS explained the moms of many NFL players
-- Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) September 23, 2017
$ 1M was given by Bob Kraft Stan Kroenke Shahid Khan, Bob McNair, Woody Johnson & each . https://t.co/QXSsiYu3X7
-- Don Van Natta Jr. (@DVNJr) September 23, 2017
We will never back down. We no longer are able to stick to sportsbetting. pic.twitter.com/Ec3Bc4qt9h
-- DeMaurice Smith (@DeSmithNFLPA) September 23, 2017
This isn’t Kaepernick has been blasted by the time Trump.
Following Kaepernick first started kneeling during the national anthem in August 2016, stating he wasn’t “going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a nation that oppresses black people and people of colour,” Trump reacted this way.
“I think it’s a dreadful thing, and you knowhe should come across a nation that works better for him,” Trump said. “Let him attempt, it’s not gont happen. ”
Last March, '' Trump celebrated that Kaepernick didn’t have a job.
While the quarterback ' s been busy supporting communities, Colin Kaepernick was dissed by President Trump. pic.twitter.com/FH8jCklXV2
-- AJ+ (@ajplus) March 22, 2017
Here’s how rsquo & Kaepernick;s mother responded on Friday night, though. She possibly made you laugh using this particular tweet -- and revealed her pride for her son -- who is he & rsquo; s donating $ 1 million to charities.
Guess that makes me a joyful bitch!
-- Teresa Kaepernick (@B4IleaveU) September 23, 2017
Update 8:19am CT: On Saturday morning, the NFL released a statement calling Trump’s words divisive and protecting the Celtics’s gamers.
New NFL statement pic.twitter.com/XHPgVvPPfH
-- Brian McCarthy (@NFLprguy) September 23, 2017
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