The San Diego Chargers just showed Colin Kaepernick what patriotic Americans look like

Despite the fact that the San Diego Chargers made it as tough as possible for San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to keep up his anti-American antics, he didn’t stand for the national anthem again on Thursday.

He, and his teammate Eric Reid, knelt while a black serviceman, Steven Powell, sang the anthem to start the Chargers “Salute to the Military” night.

And what a salute it was, with 240 military members forming a giant flag on the field and a nearly entire stadium full of people standing.

The quarterback was serenaded with boos from the packed crowd.

But one reporter had the audacity to call him “courageous” for his effort.

And social media teed off on both of them.

Carmine Sabia


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