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Kaepernick sacked after comparing NFL combine to slave trade in new Netflix documentary: ‘Shameless con artist’

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Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback and self-styled social justice messiah Colin Kaepernick was sacked after likening the NFL combine to slavery in the latest example of how reliant the modern left has become on the emotional impact of a practice that hasn’t existed in America since the Civil War era.

In a new Netflix special, the surly malcontent who became a celebrated figure to the “woke” media for his disrespectful decision to take a knee during the national anthem disgracefully trivializes the suffering of generations of blacks who were horrifically subjugated with his ridiculous comparison.

According to the former NFLer who got rich during his own career and then parlayed his martyrdom after walking away from the 49ers into even more wealth as a pitchman for Nike, the combine is akin to the darkest aspects of slavery, despite the fact that the college players who willingly show up to try out for teams are a diverse mix of aspiring players. But Kaepernick and his handlers aren’t about to let the truth spoil their narrative.

In a segment from the series “Colin in Black & White” that draws heavily on special effects, Kaepernick delivers his message as narrator while the actors portraying players morph into chained captives at an actual slave auction, an assertion so over the top that it borders on parody.

“What they don’t want you to understand is what’s being established is a power dynamic,” says Kaepernick, “Before they put you on the field, teams poke, prod, and examine you searching for any defect that might affect your performance.”

“No boundary respected. No dignity left intact.” He added.

Twitter put a hurtin’ on Kaepernick in a way that no defensive lineman ever did during his abbreviated NFL career.

Few have been as ungrateful or as bitter to a system and a league that offers young black men a pathway to the upper echelons of society in terms of wealth as Kaepernick has since he chose to voluntarily walk away from the 49ers when he opted out of his contract in pursuit of more money elsewhere.

However, by the time that he hit the open market, he already had become so toxic that few owners would risk alienating millions of fans and introducing a cancerous influence into their locker rooms, leaving him jobless in his chosen profession but open to a lucrative career in the social justice grift industry.

Kaepernick did have chances to return to the NFL but an imminent contract with the Baltimore Ravens was aborted after his radical girlfriend posted a racist tweet of team owner Steve Bisciotti and Hall Of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis.

Another opportunity was squandered in 2019 when he jerked teams around at a scheduled workout by moving the location at the last minute and then showed up wearing a Kunta Kinte shirt a reference to a slave in the miniseries “Roots,” a sign that he was not serious about playing football again.

What has been an amazing feat is how Kaepernick has been able to leverage his victimhood by building a following of leftists who have absolutely no interest in football other than to pressure feckless NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell into trashing what was one of America’s most patriotic and enduring brands.

Chris Donaldson

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