EPIC FAIL: Even Kaepernick Thinks That NFL Social Justice Show Is Propaganda
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As many expected, the NFL's "woke" opening weekend and the show of "unity" for social justice has already become a raging dumpster fire.
Commissioner Roger Goodell's brilliant idea to authorize the playing of the song "Lift Every Voice and Sing" which is known as the "Black National Anthem" failed miserably with multiple teams choosing to stay in their locker rooms during the dual anthems.
Following Thursday night's opener when Kansas City Chiefs fans booed during the show of unity before the game which was accompanied by Orwellian Black Lives Matter propaganda flashing on Arrowhead Stadium's giant telescreens, it was already looking as if the league may have made a massive blunder.
In Goodell's efforts to appease militant former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick who the media has transformed into a messianic figure, he not only alienated millions of fans who are disgusted with the league's far-left politics but also Kaepernick himself.
On Sunday, the exalted one took to his Twitter account to suggest that the NFL taking a knee is hypocritical and that Goodell's dog and pony show is propaganda.
Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick accused the league of running "propaganda" that proclaims to care about Black lives while it simultaneously undermines fellow free agent Eric Reid for speaking out in support of the Black community.
Kaepernick criticized the league Sunday for "actively blackballing" Reid, who was the second NFL player to kneel during the U.S. national anthem in the 2016 season alongside the then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback. Both players are now free agents who have long accused NFL owners and league officials of colluding to prevent them from being signed due to their outspoken anti-police brutality demonstrations. Reid, a 28-year-old former Pro Bowler, was recently ranked as one of the top available free agents in the NFL—and Kaepernick says his activism is the only reason he's not been signed.
"While the NFL runs propaganda about how they care about Black Life, they are still actively blackballing Eric Reid (@E_Reid35) for fighting for the Black community. Eric set 2 franchise records last year, and is one of the best defensive players in the league," Kaepernick tweeted Sunday afternoon.
Kaepernick ripped the league for "actively blackballing" defensive back Eric Reid who as his top disciple has been outspoken about promoting the divisive anti-American, cop-hating Black Lives Matter agenda and who remains without a job this season.
He wasn't the only one who accused the league of a lack of substance behind its BLM propaganda, in a video released by the Miami Dolphins before last Thursday's season opener, the team rejected the divisiveness of the two national anthems and what one player referred to as a "publicity parade."
As one Dolphins player put it:
"So if my dad was a soldier, but the cops killed my brother, do I stand for one anthem, and then kneel for the other?"
"This attempt to unify only creates more divide. So we'll skip this song and dance, and as a team we'll stay inside."
If Goodell, the owners, and his fellow NFL execs thought that playing the "Black National Anthem" and painting END RACISM in end zones was going to work, they were badly mistaken and on Sunday, only one team completely bought in - the nameless team whose home is the great D.C. swamp.
Now in addition to tanking ratings, they've earned the ire of Kaepernick, a man who Goodell spent the entire summer sucking up.