Monday, June 15, 2020

Pressure Grows For Kansas City Chiefs To Sign Controversial QB Colin Kaepernick

The Super Bowl champs are now in the midst of culture war rhetoric that might or might not help win more games . . . Read more:

After NFL admission on protests, does Colin Kaepernick have a shot at playing again?

Dressed in a blue long-sleeve shirt and seated in the basement of his suburban home outside of New York City, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke in a subdued voice on camera, and admitted that the league had poorly mishandled player activism.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

There is no pressure to sign him from anyone important. Tony is just trying to start something.c

Anonymous said...

No NFL team deserves the baggage that Kap brings with him. If his tryout was really that impressive, somebody would have snagged him, but his skills were dropping way before he took a knee. Two words for Rev AL - Tawana Brawley, shut your hole and go away

Anonymous said...

Uncle tom meets Uncle Romma ding dong.

Anonymous said...

I can't wait until he gets here.
I'm gonna ride that big 'ol johnson of his until he rattles my back teeth and makes me fart the words to Dixie.

Anonymous said...

Baggage ? That man is a carnival. 31 other teams why the Chiefs ? Go to Canadia if he really has any skills left.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- HALF-BLACK

(Stop me if you've heard this one before.)

Colin Kaepernick was born to a single white mother (Heidi Russo) who gave him up for adoption to a white couple in Wisconsin. His biological father is an unknown black male who abandoned Russo before the birth.

Thanks to white institutional racism, Colin was raised in a stable loving home with an older brother and sister, grounded with an appreciation for family, faith, academics, and sports. When he was 4, the family moved to California, where Colin excelled in both school and sports. In college he continued with great success in the classroom and on the field.

As a young adult male who never knew his biological father, and whose mother gave him up for adoption, Kaepernick had a void remaining in his core psyche. Though he compensated by being an overachiever, the inner void created lingering doubts about his self-worth. Enter the world of Social Justice Warrior to the rescue. What better way to fill the void than to become a martyr for the social cause of the moment, "RACISM"!

You know the rest of the story. And please note the similar parallel lives of people you know like Barack Obama, Patrick Mahomes, Quinton Lucas, etc. The dysfunctional black family, and specifically the black male abandonment of family, has created a plethora of young black or biracial men with fractured souls. ***

Anonymous said...

^^God, why don't you have a life? You sure seem to know a lot about other people. How about working on being a better human being and filling your otherwise empty life with some meaning? Quit spending your rapidly dwindling life on the internets talking about people you don't know? Jesus Christ Boomer, go do something productive! What a loser you must be!

Anonymous said...

"OK Boomer," “Geezer” or another variation used in a disparaging tone = the new N-word equivalent phrase that tries to diminish and dehumanize the elderly and make them sound stupid in a “hip” way. Imagine if people started saying, "OK N****r." Age discrimination and elder abuse are alive and well in America, and these issues are as disgusting, shameful and wrong as racism.

Charles Whitman said...

Thank you, Top Photo guy, that was a good summary.
Kapernick can protest all he wants off the field. Use his status as an elite quarterback to promulgate his opinion, that's fine. But the football field is for the things tradítionally associated with a football game; if he feels motivated to protest, do it! Just not during a game.

Anonymous said...

Kneeling on company time is like an employer letting an employee flip off the CEO every day when he or she comes into the office and not get fired. This is kneeling on the company time, not personal time. There's a huge difference. The teams will quickly lose a lot of fans who are proud of this country by disrespecting the flag that so many fought and died for. This kind of kneeling is synonymous with flipping off the American flag. It is, or else they would kneel at some other time. Next, we'll have a vegan referee and a vegan first-down marker holder take a knee to protest the serving of meat at NFL games.

Anonymous said...

We were doing so well! Not this guy! Please!

Anonymous said...

Who cares about the NFL ?

Anonymous said...

^^You do Boomer, you posted about it. Now get your shinebox!!

Anonymous said...

I am not in favor of the Chief's making a deal with Kapernick. I still will not buy Nike products. End of comment.

Anonymous said...

Keapernik started taking a knee to protest getting benched

no pressure to sign him, nobody cares we have mahomes

Anonymous said...

Hey younger and dumber get to work waiting tables with your worthless college degree !

Anonymous said...

This is one chigger Chiefs definitely don't need. They're on a roll and the virus has disrupted that to some degree. Hiring this ankle biter would be a terrible decision.

Anonymous said...

Only homos care about the NFL and the person that always states that another does. Scratch your balls and give your down low bro some kneeling time. Weird Geezer Byron you do diaper squad boy.