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NFL star Richie Incognito allegedly tried to behead his father’s corpse, now people are making it about Kaepernick

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Following reports that an NFL star has been suspended for two games for reportedly threatening to behead his deceased’s father during his dad’s funeral and also reportedly threatening to kill the funeral home’s employees, racial grievance mongers began whining about racial injustice …

Their arguments centered on disgraced former NFL star Colin Kaepernick, who was effectively blackballed from the NFL over his anti-American stunts and protests.

According to the racial grievance mongers, the fact that Oakland Raiders offensive guard Richie Incognito, a white man, will get to keep his job within the industry — despite his psychopathic behavior — proves that racism is alive and well in America and the NFL.

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But this shortsighted argument neglects to factor in BUSINESS. While Incognito’s behavior is disturbing, it was personal in nature and occurred nowhere near the field.

“Specifically, the suspension pertains to an incident that took place at a funeral home in August, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero,” CBS Sports reported Friday.

“During the incident in question, Incognito wanted to cut his deceased father’s head off and threatened to shoot employees at the funeral home if they didn’t give him access to his father’s body, according to the police report. Police found firearms in his truck. He pled guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct in March, two months before the Raiders signed him.”

This contrasts sharply with the behavior of Kaepernick, who, besides wearing onto the actual field socks that depicted police officers as pigs — repeatedly disrespected the American flag and America’s veterans by kneeling during the national anthem in front of the whole world.

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But there’s more. Despite claims by racial grievance mongers that Kaepernick had simply been trying to get “cops to stop shooting innocent people,” recent events have proved that his mission is and has always been about admonishing the country that allowed him to become a millionaire.

Moreover, the facts have always shown that there isn’t actually an epidemic of racist police officers gunning down innocent minorities. If anything, the facts have proven without a shadow of a doubt that the vast majority of black suspects who were killed by the authorities were violent, dangerous men who were taken down justifiably. These are the facts.

Another fundamentally important fact to consider is that business is business, and Kaepernick’s public shenanigans imposed heavy costs on the NFL to the tune of deflated ratings and reduced revenue. Incognito’s private shenanigans, on the other hand, will likely not affect the league’s bottom line.

None of this is meant to justify Incognito’s suspension but rather to rebut arguments by racial grievance mongers who claim the suspension is another sign of racism and blah, blah, blah.

As for the suspension itself, some pro-America, anti-Kaepernick patriots believe that Incognito, a white man, ought to be kicked out of the league just like his black peer.

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Others disagree, because they feel Incognito possesses what Kaepernick lacks: Talent. Plus, Kaepernick’s issues are ideological, whereas Incognito’s issues appear to be mental.

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Vivek Saxena

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