Asshat Kaepernick Won’t Stand for National Anthem – And Now is Wearing Pro-Castro T-Shirts
Colin Kaepernick made headlines this year when he wouldn’t stand for the National Anthem because of cops.
There is absolutely no data that supports the theory that shootings by police officers against black males have increased in the past several years.
There is plenty of data that shows more police officers are being shot dead since the Black Lives Matter terrorist group started protesting in 2014.
So now Kaepernick is wearing Castro T-shirts.
His T-shirt said, “Great minds think alike.” And included photos of Malcolm X and Communist dictator Fidel Castro.
The Washington Times reported:
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick says the United States could learn a thing or two about education from former Cuban President Fidel Castro.
Mr. Kaepernick, who has sought to draw attention to a litany of causes célèbres this football season by kneeling during the pre-game National Anthem, was grilled by Miami media ahead of Sunday’s game against the Dolphins for his perceived support of the Communist dictator.
The embattled quarterback, who was spotted in a T-shirt depicting Mr. Castro earlier this year, initially demurred when asked about the shirt by a reporter from the Miami Herald who comes from a family of Cuban exiles. He pointed out that the shirt also pictured Malcolm X.
“I’m not talking about Fidel Castro and his oppression,” Mr. Kaepernick said on Wednesday’s press call, the Palm Beach Post reported. “I’m talking about Malcolm X and what he’s done for people.”
But when pressed on the point, he praised the Cuban autocrat’s comparative commitment to education and criminal justice reform.
“One thing that Fidel Castro did do is they have the highest literacy rate because they invest more in their education