Colin Kaepernick Comments on the Soleimani Killing and It's a Dumpster Fire

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) and San Francisco 49ers outside linebacker Eli Harold (58) kneel during the playing of the National anthem before the first half of an NFL football game between the Atlanta Falcons and the San Francisco 49ers, Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

The justified killing of Qassem Soleimani has elicited all kinds of hot takes. But if you had “it was racist” in the outrage pool, collect your winnings at the window.


Colin Kaepernick has turned himself into a left-wing icon by parroting nonsensical social justice claims. While it started with the claim that he was just protesting police violence, he’s since shown himself to subscribe to all kinds of crazy inter-sectional theories. But you can boil it down to this simple formula – everything is racist.

Soleimani’s death is no exception.

This is who Nike chooses to keep on as an ambassador of their brand.

There’s so much wrong with what he’s saying that it’s actually impressive that he managed to fit it all in two tweets. Boiling a maniac like Soleimani down to a victimized “brown person” is so mind-numbingly stupid. The guy killed tens of thousands of people, tortured women and children, and murdered 600+ American troops. He’s been sowing chaos and violence throughout the Middle East for decades.


And if Kaepernick is concerned about brown people, perhaps he should be happy a guy who’s killed scores of them is no longer alive to continue his reign of terror?

But nah, Kaepernick is as anti-American as he is stupid. There’s basically nothing an oppressive dictator can do that won’t see him taking their side. He’s shilled for Castro and Maduro, so why not the Mullahs too?

Ironically, it’s Iran that’s acting imperialistically, seeking to expand its influence throughout the Middle East, including trying to essentially take over Iraq. The consequences of that are yet more deaths at the hands of an oppressive regime. But here’s Kaepernick chastising the U.S. for defending themselves after an attack on our embassy, saving the lives of “brown people” in the process.

Nike should be ashamed for continuing to pay this man money.


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