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Kaepernick fans spaz out when another QB signed before him, but this time it’s really funny

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It’s anybody but Kaepernick.

For months, lefties disgruntled with all that is America have been demanding former quarterback Colin Kaepernick be re-hired by the NFL.

CHICAGO, IL – DECEMBER 04: Colin Kaepernick #7 of the San Francisco 49ers looks on after being benched during the game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on December 4, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. The Bears defeated the 49ers 26-6. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Kaeperinick’s name became toxic for starting the ill-fated “take a knee” protest during the national anthem.  He’s since become the primo leader of the anti-American movement and has openly shown his disgust for America and hatred toward the nation’s police officers.

And there have been consequences.

As NFL ratings continue to tank, the Houston Texans signed on quarterback Josh Johnson, leaving unemployed Kaepernick in the cold.

Johnson was brought on to replace Matt McGloin, but last played with the Bengals in 2013, and has not thrown a pass since 2011, Sports Illustrated reported.

To add insult injury, Johnson has thrown five touchdowns and 10 interceptions in his career, while Kaepernick has thrown 72 touchdowns and 30 interceptions, according to SI.


The deal infuriated liberal blue check elites who vented their rage at the Houston Texans, and even Trump voters:

How about this case? Winning!


It’s not like the NFL hasn’t tried to work with Kaepernick (for some reason). Last week, a meeting between Roger Goodell and the outcast quarterback reportedly fell through when Kaepernick asked for a ridiculous demand.

In September the cop-hating player was literally just about to sign a deal with the Baltimore Ravens, but his activist girlfriend abruptly ended the deal by tweeting a picture depicting Raven’s owner Steve Bisciotti as a slave owner.

But no matter. Rage on:

Um, newly signed Josh Johnson is also black:


But not everyone was upset:




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