Colin Kaepernick is the most disgraceful athlete America has ever seen. The NFL player protested the National Anthem, and citizens were left in shock. Nobody ever thought that an American could do this to his country, but Kaepernick did the worst thing ever.
American teams didn’t want to accept Kaepernick. Nobody wanted a traitor in the team. Players ignored him, and Kaepernick was left with no friends or job. Players were afraid that their team could lose points by accepting Kaepernick. Some even made a joke, and suggested that he looks for a job in McDonald’s.
Kaepernick and Jamilah Nasheed share the same opinion, and they both disrespect our country. The senator refused to honor the Pledge, and everybody condemned her move. She was just supporting the NFL player in his protest.
We all remember how Kaepernick tried to defend the Black Matter Live’s principles by protesting the anthem.
This didn’t end too well for the player, and he lost every chance to play for our teams. Kaepernick had too many chances to thank everyone for his amazing career, but he decided to protest and disrespect our country. America gave him a lot of opportunities, and his game made him a millionaire.
The disrespectful player is still a free agent, and now he seems to be interested in his heritage. Kaepernick was raised by adoptive parents in Milwaukee. Recently, he posted a clip of his trip to Ghana. Yes, he didn’t forget to add an insulting caption.
“How can we truly celebrate independence on a day that intentionally robbed our ancestors of theirs? To find my independence I went home,” Kaepernick tweeted.
Well, we can only hope that he stays “home.” Kaepernick is ungrateful for everything this country has given him. It seems like he didn’t learn his lesson after all. But, we know that Americans won’t miss a person who disrespects their national values.
What do you think about this information? Do you think Kaepernick should leave the United States? Will he ever play for an American team? How will the story of Kaepernick end?
(h/t The Score)