‘Nike, feeling proud?’ Kaepernick accuses US of ‘terrorist attacks against black & brown people’

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Race-baiter Colin Kaepernick slammed “American imperialism” in response to the killing of terrorist Qassem Soleimani. The kneeling quarterback calling the airstrike an example of “American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people.” (screenshot)

Unemployed kneeling quarterback Colin Kaepernick played the Race Card again to trash the United States after the killing of Iranian terrorist Qassem Soleimani.

Kaepernick suggested that the drone strike on Soleimani was an example of “American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people for the expansion of American imperialism.”

Kaepernick made the inane remarks on Twitter when he quipped: “There is nothing new about American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people for the expansion of American imperialism.”

Kaepernick did not specifically mention Qassem Soleimani, but his thinly-veiled tweet could not mask his sympathy for the radical Islamic terrorist.

In another tweet, Kaepernick claimed that “America has always sanctioned and besieged Black and Brown bodies both at home and abroad. America militarism is the weapon wielded by American imperialism, to enforce its policing and plundering of the non white world.”

Naturally, Colin made no mention of the 600 Americans killed by Soleimani and the thousands of American soldiers who were injured and maimed by his IED (improvised explosive device) bombs.

Kaepernick ignited volcanic backlash for his anti-American tweets. Former NBC News host Megyn Kelly expressed disgust with Kaepernick’s go-to invocation of the tired Race Card.

Kelly tweeted: “Because everything is racist. Everything. Even fighting back against terrorists who kill Americans. Nike, feeling proud?”

Director Robby Starbuck — who is Hispanic — pointed out: “You realize the guy we killed, Soleimani, was responsible for killing 600+ Americans including Black and Brown Americans… right? I’m guessing you don’t since you thought Fidel Castro was a good guy despite stealing everything from innocent families like mine. Idiotic and vile take.”

Starbuck also noted that only in the United States could a mediocre quarterback become a millionaire and celebrated leftist icon while hating on the very nation that made it all possible.

Robby tweeted: “There’s nowhere in the world Kaep could’ve made millions playing football. The freedom that made it possible and was paid for with the blood of Americans of all races.”

Media analyst Mark Dice said Colin Kaepernick’s open hatred of the United States is par for the course with today’s radical Left.

Dice tweeted: “There is nothing new about liberals siding with terrorists while railing against white people in order to expand their bank accounts.”

Conservative commentator Allie Beth Stuckey observed: “Crazy to think that someone who sides with a murderous Iranian regime is more likely to be endorsement by Nike than someone who supports the President of the United States.”

Fox News contributor Tom Lahren tweeted: “You’re welcome to move to Iran. Maybe you can get a job over there? Oh but P.S. you should see what they do to protesters over there….yikes.”

Many “Black and Brown” analysts were equally harsh on Kaepernick’s ongoing idiocy. Iranian activist Heshmat Alavi — who has written for The Hill and Forbes — quipped:

“Interesting to see someone who knows nothing about the fact that Soliemani and Iran’s IRGC killed 1,500 Iranian protesters in less than a week and helped Assad kill hundreds of thousands in Syria & God knows how many Iraqis try to score cheap political points by tweeting trash.”

‏A man named Dennis Naghizadeh tweeted: “I hate woke Americans. You guys don’t know jack sh*t about Iran or the Middle East…This is not about skin colours and Qasem wasn’t an innocent brown dude.”

Meanwhile, here’s the white family who adopted and lovingly raised Colin Kaepernick. He repays them by hating on America and trashing white people.

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Reminder: Murderous former Iranian dictator Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a Kaepernick fan. Enough said.

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Samantha Chang

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Samantha Chang is a senior staff writer for BizPac Review. Based in New York City, she is a law school graduate and a financial editor.
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