Monday, June 08, 2020

The NFL Shows Support for Black Lives Matter Movement


Three years after the National Football league blackballed quarterback Colin Kaepernick for kneeling during the National Anthem to bring awareness to rampant unpunished police brutality in the Black community, the NFL comes out in support of the Black Lives Matter movement to bring awareness to rampant unpunished police brutality in the Black community...





15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kapp was viewed as a self serving fading athlete, which he is.

Jesmit said...

This here is a paradox.

Anonymous said...

Kap's calling is beyond the NFL...I wouldn't want an apology or that job back at this point.

R in NYC said...

The NFL was very wrong in how they handled it and hopefully there will be meaningful reform and change.

Alma's Daughter said...

Let's see how long it takes the NFL to hire Kaep. That's the real measure of the NFL supporting the Black Lives Matters movement. More power to Kaep.

Anonymous said...

That GM looks like a DEMON! God, he looks terrifying and ugly!

Anonymous said...

NFL didn't want to support the players when Kap brought this to there attention because the YT racist fans booed the players that kneeled. NFL was only concerned about ticket sales and keeping the peace with YT's. There was no concern for the Black Lives Matter moment. They threaten the players off their knees with reprimand. They knew this was wrong and turned their backs on the problem. The only reason they are paying attention is because the players are standing together and the world is in an uproar. That quarter back Brees statement "That All Lives Matter" made the league look more racist than it is.

Kap won his law suit against the NFL. They should give him a nation wide apology. They disgraced this BLACK MAN in front of the world. And he stayed strong by himself when the other players got scared of loosing their job and stopped kneeling.

Anonymous said...

He was an insincere opportunist with average talent who deliberately used a legit issue for no other reason than to attempt to get more job security. He specifically did it in a way to be disrespectful to the larger United States and its military and tried to worm his way out of it.

SnookumsLynn said...

exactly 11:49, they owe him a national apology

but this apology is dead in the water, they knew when they settled with him, they knew when they black balled him..

corona is gonna affect the NFL long term, they trying to get back some of those boycotters and making a black lives matter statement is currently in vogue...I'm still boycotting FUCK THE NFL...

Anonymous said...

@12:29 What are you talking about? You must be YT.

Anonymous said...

@12:29 you're entitled to your opinion BUT Get the Fuck Outta here. We don't have time to engage trolls, we're busy rn

Strawberries said...

@6:44 that!

Anonymous said...

12:29 What the...

Anonymous said...

12:29 got Wuhan?

Anonymous said...

@ 12:29 Spot On! Be honest, he was fair player and certainly not sought after.

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