‘I’m With Kap’ trends as clueless protesters, and at least on big celeb insist Kaepernick is entitled to a job

These days, Leftists can find just about anything to stage a protest over.

On Wednesday evening, several hundred protesters took a break from tossing urine on police and tearing down Confederate statues (OK, we know not ALL of them actually tore down Confederate statues!) and turned their attention to the NFL and its supposed blackballing of America-hating quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Gathering outside NFL headquarters in New York City, they chanted, held signs, and insisted that a team, any team, avoid the dreaded ‘racism’ charge and employ the washed-up QB post-haste.

They also started a trending Twitter hashtag – #ImWithKap…

It looks like Sarandon has been forgiven for abandoning Hillary during the election. At least temporarily forgiven. Maybe this protest will get her back in the lib’s good graces.

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Except, conservatives can comment on hashtags too…

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https://twitter.com/MarkDice/status/900513873677004802

Kaepernick, of course, became the face of the NFL #Resistance when he started taking a knee during the national anthem as a protest against police brutality. And while he has his supporters, as was evidenced on Wednesday afternoon, odds are most of the nation would actually rather see the former San Francisco quarterback doing something else for a living, something that doesn’t involve disrespecting our country.

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