On Monday, Nike revealed they selected former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to be the face of its 30th anniversary of its ‘Just Do It’ campaign.
Nike posted a close up picture of Kaepernick’s face with a caption that read, “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. #JustDoIt”
Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. #JustDoIt pic.twitter.com/SRWkMIDdaO
— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) September 3, 2018
Colin Kaepernick ruined the NFL after he started the National Anthem boycott by ‘taking a knee.’
NFL ratings have plummeted since Kaepernick’s National Anthem boycott. Stadiums often have rows and rows of empty seats because Americans are fed up with the politicization of football.
Now it’s Nike’s turn.
Americans immediately launched a boycott against Nike after finding out Kaepernick was chosen to be the face of its campaign.
Nike may hate America but most Americans still love their country.
On Tuesday a Facebook page was launched to torch Nike Products.
(Watch Facebook ban this group too!)
They have a nice logo.
From the Just Burn It Facebook page.
Nike, once a great American company, announced that they’re using the anthem-kneeling, former second-rate quarterback Colin Kaepernick for their 30th anniversary of their iconic “Just Do It” ad campaign.
We stand with the men and women who actually put their life on the line every day for their families, our families, and our nation. These American heroes are the ones that sacrifice without getting the credit they deserve. Kaepernick sacrificed nothing to be the face of a destructive and divisive movement.
Let’s show Nike what we think about their ridiculously poor decision. Not only will we not purchase their apparel anymore, we’ll take what we have in our closets and send them a message they won’t soon forget.
Feel free to upload a video of you or a friend disposing of your Nike gear however you see fit… whether it be a trash can, BBQ pit, a burn barrel, or whatever. Just be safe when you do it.
The point is to let the suits at Nike know that we’re ready and willing to stand our ground and that they just erased half of their customer base.