Colin Kaepernick just admitted one stunning truth about his national anthem protest
Colin Kaepernick was the “founding father” of the Black Lives Matter protests sweeping America.
The former quarterback taking a knee during the national anthem became a symbol of the left-wing revolution trying to overthrow American culture.
But Colin Kaepernick just admitted one stunning truth about his national anthem protest.
For years Colin Kaepernick and his apologists in the Fake News Media and Democrat Party claimed kneeling during the national anthem was not a protest against America, but was done to highlight police brutality against black Americans.
Critics claimed that was a lie because Kaepernick could have protested at any time, but the fact that he did it during the national anthem when the flag was presented made it a protests against the American flag and everything it stands for.
After years of debate Kaepernick finally admitted what his critics already knew – that he hated America and was, in fact, protesting the flag.
On the Fourth of July, Kaepernick sent out a tweet attacking Independence Day as racist and a celebration of “white supremacy.”
“Black ppl have been dehumanized, brutalized, criminalized + terrorized by America for centuries, & are expected to join your commemoration of ‘independence’, while you enslaved our ancestors. We reject your celebration of white supremacy & look forward to liberation for all,” Kaepernick wrote.
With one Tweet, Colin Kaepernick undid years of the lies and distortions his supporters deployed to claim Kaepernick wasn’t protesting the national anthem or disrespecting the flag.
Nike – which signed Kaepernick to massive contract – offered no comment on Kaepernick claiming the Fourth of July was a celebration of white supremacy.
Joe Biden also stayed silent on this matter.
In recent days, voices on the Left across the board in the media, in elected office, and in sports have come out against the Fourth of July, Mt. Rushmore, and George Washington.
This is no longer a protest about police brutality. It is a revolution to remake America.