Navy SEAL who killed bin Laden crushes the dope who ruined the NFL: ‘If we took Colin Kaepernick to Afghanistan …’

The Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden trolled former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick hard on Sunday.

Appearing on “Fox & Friends,” Rob O’Neill said that the kneeling for the anthem protest Kaepernick started was “insulting” to him as a veteran.

“There are different ways to protest,” he said.

“Colin Kaepernick, where’s he playing today? Oh that’s right, he doesn’t have a job,” O’Neill said mockingly.

“He gave a protest about anti-discrimination wearing a Fidel Castro shirt. Are you out of your mind?” he said.

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“You can’t take a knee for the National Anthem and say ‘I support the troops,” he said. “No you don’t.”

Host Griff Jenkins started to ask O’Neill if Kaepernick might change his mind if he visited the troops in Afghanistan, but O’Neill cut him off.

“If we took Colin Kaepernick to Afghanistan he wouldn’t leave Green Bean Coffee,” he said, referencing the coffee served on military bases. “He would stay on the base very, very safe, guarded by guys wearing the American flag that he hates.”

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