Baltimore Ravens Owners Get Destroyed By Their Fans Over Kaepernick


The American People can put up with a lot of bullcrap, you know? We put up with a failed Obama administration for 8 years, we put up with Celebrities trying to influence the way we vote, and we put up with “social justice white knights” over and over and over and over again… but there are some lines we won’t let those “warriors” cross.

Colin Kaepernick made headlines last year when he refused to stand for the National Anthem. Something that MOST OF US could not and would not support. Despite the feigning “support” he received from those on the left, he’s no better. Not in a higher position, nothing. That’s all you get from the left, a high five, pat on the back, and see ya later. They quickly move on to the next thing. Now this is America, the home of the free and the land of the brave and Colin Kaepernick has a God given right that is protected by the Constitution of the United States of America to speak his mind and protest but it just seems extra shady when these alt-lefters protest and spit on the actions and even the symbols that embody their right to do so, you know?

Now, it seems, Kaepernick wants to play for Baltimore but the fans aren’t having none of that crap. They’ve been very vocal about their disapproval of Kaepernick since it was even mentioned and it seems that the team management may actually listen.

As reported by Breitbart:

Baltimore is the birthplace of our national anthem, and the football fans there apparently want no part of any NFL player who disrespects it.

Perhaps not coincidentally, another report has emerged claiming that Kaepernick remains committed to standing for the national anthem throughout the NFL season. Though many fans, justifiably, see this more as Kaepernick’s attempt to calm the worry of NFL owners so that he can get a job, as opposed to any genuine change of heart.

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