Kaepernick Calls For Abolishment Of "White Supremacist" Police
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Professional athletes and celebrities who serve as mouthpieces for the Marxist-inspired Black Lives Matter movement have escalated their anti-police rhetoric in the aftermath of the Breonna Taylor verdict.
One of them is former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick who serves as a cult leader for the armies of insurrections who are waging war on America and demanding that the nation's police be defunded.
In another one of his racially inflammatory tweets, Kaepernick called for the abolishment of police which he referred to as a "white supremacist institution" which is not only a lie but a dangerous label in a year that has been marked by riots, violence and attacks on law enforcement officers.
According to the messiah of the militants:
"The white supremacist institution of policing that stole Breonna Taylor’s life from us must be abolished for the safety and well being of our people."
With Lousiville under attack following a verdict that stopped short of first-degree murder and conspiracy charges for all officers involved that BLM and its followers were clamoring for, leave it to Kaepernick to pin targets to the backs of every police officer in America.
Colin Kaepernick joined the large number of sports figures to decry the Louisville grand jury's decision to not directly indict any police officer in the shooting death of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor.
On Wednesday, after the decision was announced, the former 49ers quarterback tweeted that "the white supremacist institution of policing" should "be abolished."
Kaepernick joined the likes of Steve Kerr, LeBron James, Bubba Wallace, Jimmy Butler and many other sports figures who were saddened and outraged by the decision.
On March 13, Louisville police shot and killed Taylor in her own home while serving a no-knock warrant. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired one shot because the officers did not identify themselves and he believed they were intruders.
Of the three officers involved, only former detective Brett Hankison was charged with first-degree wanton endangerment for shooting into an adjacent apartment. The other two officers were not charged.
By uncorking this poison dart of dishonesty, Kaepernick feeds the falsehood promoted by fellow BLM mouthpiece LeBron James that police are deliberately hunting and killing black people, a triple-decker whopper with cheese.
The sad fact of the matter is that Taylor was more of a victim of her own bad choices than of a "racist" police death squad, she associated with those who engaged in the illegal drug trade, one of them her boyfriend who shot first when police were serving a warrant resulting in the gunfire that killed her.
Former NBA superstar and TNT basketball analyst Charles Barkley cut through the B.S. in his own inimitable way prior to Thursday night's playoff game between LeBron's LA Lakers and the upstart Denver Nuggets.
According to Sir Charles:
"I just feel bad that the young lady lost her life. But we do have to take into account that her boyfriend shot at the cops and shot a cop"
“So like I say, even though I am really sorry she lost her life, I just don't think we can put this in the same situation as George Floyd or Ahmaud Arbery."
We have to really be careful, I hear these fools on TV talking about 'defund the police' and things like that. We need police reform, prison reform, and things like that. Because you know who ain't going to defund the cops? White neighborhoods and rich neighborhoods."
"So, that notion, they keep saying that. I'm like, wait a minute, who are black people supposed to call? Ghostbusters when we have crime in our neighborhoods?"
"We need police reform," he said. "Like I say, white people, especially rich white people, they're always going to have cops. So we need to stop that 'defund' or 'abolish the cops' crap."
What is needed are more voices like Barkley who defy the mob by speaking the truth that the ones who will be most harmed by defunding the police are black people in inner-city neighborhoods with the exemption of drug dealers.
That an inarticulate failure like Colin Kaepernick who has never delivered an eloquent speech, authored a book, and lost his job to Blaine freaking Gabbert has become a figure that is treated with such reverence by the media is an illustration of how low that journalism as a profession has sunk.