Kaepernick takes his show on the road to watch these HS players one-up him in stupidity

It is no longer enough for attention-thirsty Colin Kaepernick to do his kneeling during the national anthem routine only for National Football League games.

Now he’s taking his show on the road to influence young people.

Kaepernick, who has been relegated to being a benchwarmer for his own San Francisco 49ers, visited a Castlemont High School football game and, as he does in the NFL, knelt during the national anthem.

As he took a knee, the Castlemont High football players laid on their backs and raised their hands as they staged die-in.

Kaepernick decided to attend the game after he saw a picture of the team’s last game where they all kneeled and gave a “black power” raised fist salute during the anthem.

“I had to come support y’all because the same way you all took a stand and stood with me. I had to come out here and stand with y’all,” he told the team in a pre-game pep talk.

“Y’all inspire me with what you did, y’all are doing this at a much younger age then I did. It took me awhile to get to this point,” he said.

Kaepernick’s protest has made him the most hated player in the NFL, according to a recent poll, and landed his mug on the cover of Time Magazine.

Castlemont High School excitedly shared several photos of Kaepernick’s visit on its Instagram.

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Carmine Sabia

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Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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