What happened during the national anthem at the Super Bowl will leave you red with rage
The NFL was almost destroyed by anti-American national anthem protests.
For the last two years the protests faded away and fans returned to the game.
But what happened during the national anthem at the Super Bowl will leave you red with rage.
Colin Kaepernick has not played in a NFL game since 2016.
But Kaepernick still has his supporters in the Fake News Media and entertainment industry.
Two of Kaepernick’s big supporters are billionaire rap mogul Jay-Z and his wife, pop music icon Beyoncé.
Jay-Z came under criticism from Kaepernick supporters for signing a deal to work with the NFL because of conspiracy theories that NFL teams colluded to ban Kaepernick from the league after the San Francisco 49ers released the controversial quarterback.
Many of Kaepernick’s supporters are potential consumers of Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s music, so Jay-Z tried to worm his way back into their good graces.
During the Super Bowl Jay-Z and Beyoncé remained seated for the national anthem.
The power couple was in full view of the cameras so all of the social justice warriors and “woke” sports writers got a full picture of Jay-Z and Beyoncé paying tribute to Kaepernick.
But Jay-Z wasn’t leaving anything to chance.
In a pre-Super Bowl interview with The New York Times, Jay-Z told the fake news outlet that Kaepernick was “done wrong” by the NFL and that he was “marching for the same cause” as the America-hating Kaepernick.
“No one is saying he hasn’t been done wrong. He was done wrong,” Jay-Z told the Times. “I would understand if it was three months ago. But it was three years ago, and someone needs to say, ‘What do we do now — because people are still dying?’”
“We are two adult men who disagree on the tactic but are marching for the same cause,” Jay-Z concluded.