Colin Kaepernick has a new #1 fan that will make you furious

Colin Kaepernick’s anti-American national anthem protests sparked a controversy that upset millions.

The NFL’s TV ratings dropped by at least 10 percent as fans left in droves.

But Kaepernick just gained a new number one fan will make you furious.

Former President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, tweeted his support of Kaepernick and his anti-American protests.

Ahmadinejad has officially joined the ranks of those cheering on Kaepernick’s protests against our men and women in law enforcement.

The Guardian reports:

Kaepernick was a quarterback in the NFL for six years. He stirred national debate by taking a knee while the anthem was played before games during the 2016 season, to draw attention to police killings of African Americans and other issues…

Kaepernick has also found backing from an unlikely source: the former president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. “The #NFL season will start this week, unfortunately once again @Kaepernick7 is not on a NFL roster. Even though he is one of the best Quarterbacks in the league,” wrote Ahmadinejad on Twitter on Monday.

No one suspects that Former President Ahmadinejad has any knowledge of American football.

However, it is no surprise that this former dictator is jumping at the opportunity to criticize the United States via Kaepernick’s protest controversy.

As a sworn enemy of the United States, Ahmadinejad makes for a natural ally of the disgraced football player.

While those defending the protests will argue that they are supposed to create a national debate over police brutality and shootings, it is clear that Kaepernick has a much more radical agenda.

Kaepernick has generated an air of anti-police sentiment across the country and is using the national spotlight to criticize the United States.

Ahmadinejad’s endorsement just makes these staged protests even more transparent.

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84 Responses

  1. Jerry says:

    Colin Kaepernick is a pitiable individual. He clearly despises this country. I don’t know the circumstances of his birth, but he is supposed to be of mixed race, and he was adopted by a white family, who provided him with all the so-called “white advantages.” He received a good education and excelled in football well enough to make it to the NFL. He was 2nd string until SF’s 1st string quarterback was injured. With the coaching skills of Jim Harbaugh he led the 49ers to the Super Bowl, but his performance in that game was second rate, like the 2nd stringer that he was. Later, when he lost Coach Harbaugh, he was benched again. Perhaps it was his Muslim girlfriend, but he had lost the limelight, so he pretty much slapped his entire past life of “white privilege” in the face. His parents supported him early on, but I wonder what they must be thinking now that their son has become a racist.
    The man’s football skills have always been limited, so giving him a job on an NFL team would be a charitable donation to an ingrate. He can’t make the team, and his behavior damages any franchise for which he would ride the bench. Nike was extremely foolish to let this guy have any effect on their new product. Now, because of their withdrawal, many Nike customers will no longer buy their products.

  2. Joanne Thauberger says:

    Geepee

    Yeah, right. What planet do you live on?

    It is the Democrats that bring hate and discord to the forefront. They do it for their own gain.

    Of course he means disrespect to the flag, he said so in his own words. The working class paid their hard earned money to watch a football game; not his childish behaviour that insults them as Americans.

    Yeah, he screwed the working class by creating hundreds of thousands of jobs, lowering taxes, raising the GNP by four percent. How horrible.

  3. Debra says:

    Well said. You nailed it.

  4. Debra says:

    Amen. Well said Ellie.

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