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49ers QB Kaepernick Expresses Agreement With Trump On Minority Mistreatment By Democrats

In a recent headline-generating preseason football game, Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers quarterback, refused to respectfully stand when the national anthem was played prior to the start of the game, stating that “I am not going to stand up to show pride…for a country that oppresses black people and people of color”.

With the exception of his refusal to stand for the playing of the national anthem, Kaepernick’s words are clearly in agreement, and possibly in response to, Donald Trump’s recently expressed disgust with the way black people and other minorities have been treated by liberal Democrats these last 50 years, with increased numbers of single-mother homes, a sky-rocketing crime rate in inner-city communities, failing schools and cities that seem to be in an active war zone after 50 years of Democrat rule.

I hope Hillary has heard Mr. Kaepernick’s sentiments and his agreement with Donald Trump on this critical issue. I also hope that she is aware of Mr. Trump’s “what the hell do you have to lose” appeal to all poor people to vote for him for president and end the 50 year virtual enslavement of minorities on the Democrat plantation of wasted lives, fatherless families and dead bodies that the Liberal “massas” have left in their immoral, dictatorial wake.

Now I’m removing my tongue from my cheek.

One only hopes that Mr. Kaepernick is sufficiently informed of the root of the problem he has identified and spoken against, understands that the Democrats and their policies are responsible for this situation, and does not vote for Hillary in November, as this would only encourage liberals to continue and extend their reign of terror and their life-destroying policies, which would cause the furtherance of the horrible conditions of which he speaks and the unfortunate people entrapped by Democrat good-intentions who have no way out.

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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