One can forgive Cheesehead Nation for being in extreme grief after Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers went down with a broken collarbone on Sunday but the solution that thousands of fans (and conniving activists) are proposing could have long-lasting consequences.
The cult of Colin Kaepernick has come to Wisconsin and in manner apropos for Halloween, the ghouls are looking to feast on the suffering of the Lambeau faithful to help their messiah land an NFL job that should give people the chills, even in a state that was home to notorious serial killer Ed Gein.
There is currently a petition being circulated to plead for the Packers to bring in the great divider although team officials have all but ruled it out and Rodgers himself was humiliated when he intervened in the national anthem protest controversy, but the armies of the great 140-character prophet march on.
The Packers are the only NFL team owned by the public and after 94 years of quietly owning the team, it appears the public would now like to have some input in what the Packers do at quarterback now that Aaron Rodgers is injured.
A Packers fan in California has started a Change.org petition asking the team to sign Colin Kaepernick and in just three days, that petition has already garnered nearly 17,000 signatures as of Wednesday afternoon. Apparently, there are a lot of fans out there who would like to see Kaepernick added to the Packers’ roster.
From the petition:
“Aaron Rodgers is possibly out for the rest of the season but there’s a Wisconsin-born QB who should be on our team! Lets makes sure the organization know we support Kaepernick to the Packers!”
Not only was Kaepernick born in Wisconsin, but he also grew up as a Packers fan.
a young colin kaepernick, packers fan. also a prepared and proven NFL quarterback pic.twitter.com/5VM0vPscq3
— Harry Lyles Jr. (@harrylylesjr) October 15, 2017
Nice try but it would sell better somewhere else than in Green Bay which is the last place that a cop-hating, America-bashing, Castro-loving mutant would fit in.
The petition will likely gather hundreds of thousands of signatures once the word gets out and SJW’s across the nation get in on the action but the ghost of Vince Lombardi would never allow a slacker who despite his being a dunce has become a figurehead for a movement that has a beef with white society to wear the green and gold.