Colin Kaepernick disses American flag, Donald Trump says get the hell out!

Trump says Kaepernick can leave America if he’s so unhappy.

Kaepernick takes ‘stand’ for blacks.

Mass Appeal Wire Reports

SANTA CLARA — Fight the Power! Yessir, somewhere Chuck D is smiling. San Fran quarterback Colin Kaepernick is down with ‘Black Lives Matter’ and, until African-Americans are treated with more respect, the bi-racial 49ers star will no longer honor the American flag during the singing of the national anthem“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color,” Kaepernick, 28, told NFL Media after he chose not to stand in Friday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. “To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

Look, there’s nothing wrong with taking a stance against police brutality as long as African-Americans are held to a similar standard. After all, black-on-black homicide occurs at a much higher rate than police-involved shootings. It’s imperative Kaepernick and advocates of ‘Black Lives Matter’ understand that.

Nevertheless, Kaepernick says his decision has nothing to do with money. It’s all about standing up for what’s right. “I am not looking for approval. I have to stand up for people that are oppressed,” he explained. “If they take football away, my endorsements from me, I know that I stood up for what is right.”

During an interview on a conservative radio station, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gave his two cents on the issue. “I think it’s a terrible thing,” Trump said before adding, “and you know, maybe he should find a country that works better for him. Let him try, it won’t happen.”

Do you agree with Trump or Kaepernick?

Share your thoughts below.


  1. Mark Bennington

    Why is it that these mixed race guys, Kaepernick and Obama, get abandoned by their biological black parent(s) and then grow up hating and blaming white people?

  2. Sad thing is. that he is probably going to stay on the Plantation and vote for Hillary.

  3. If Kaepernick is so concerned for minorities then why doesnt he give them about half of his huge salary?

  4. lets see how much of his money back into the minority community….betcha zero….just sit and wait for someone else to do something……what a useless jerkoff

  5. MEDIA WHORE… Why didn’t he stand up for ALEX SMITH when Alex Smith was wrongfully benched after sustaining an injury. Why didn’t he go out in the field to mentor BLAINE GABBERT after Kap got hurt himself. Alex SMITH was still on the field mentoring this joke of a nfl player even after he was placed on IR.
    KAP is a SELFISH arrogant little kid , its no wonder the PLAYERS IN THE LOCKER ROOM left the 49ers.

  6. Kaepernick stands up for blacks but he didnt say anything about the innocent police officers who lost their lives. So is he sayin it is ok to shoot police?

  7. This was very disrespectful. Listen, I know the things happing in our country are bad, and yes I do believe there are racial institutions implated in our government that we should be active against. But the shooting of police and the disrespect being shown to ALL authority is wrong. Fighting fire with fire never helps, its just makes a bigger divide. MLK always stood for fighting for what was right but in a peaceful way. What Kaepernick thinks he is doing is right and I understand why he thinks that, but putting all of America in a box and disrespecting the flag that so many people died to raise in battle is not a positve message, it just adds to the problem. Not to mention he was given the opprotunity that he is playing a sport 98%of people never get to play for a career. America is still the most free and opprotunistic country on earth and we have our problems right now, but don’t forget how good you have it. Treat ALL people (black, white, latino, ect.) with love and respect and strive for what you want and you will succeed to some degree. If you have been oppressed in any way shape or form I am sorry, but the history of freedom comes at a cost so being active in law enforcement and government and changing it from the inside out I truly believe is the best way to help.

  8. If you don’t like the country, WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU STILL HERE????????????????????

  9. Nigga aint use to standin……. he is always on the bench. Hahahahaha!

  10. Michael Raffin

    Good luck! Remember those people in the stands. Some of them defended this country and that flag so you have the right and PRIVILEGE to have them watch you play. Giving THEMSELVES the privilege to go and see a game which they paid a ticket for, which pays your salary. You play a game and get paid very well for being an average player. On the battlefield, at equal talent youd be relegated to the mess hall. Real men, real hero’s sacrifice their lives for mere pennies just to protect those rights. You sir, should be grateful for that flag and that anthem!

  11. Piece of shit

  12. Interesting to contrast the rather puerile actions of Mr. Kaepernick with those of Carmello Anthony after the US men won Olympic gold. Mello acknowledged that there were issues to be addressed in the US but emphatically stated how proud he was to represent his country, flaws and all. One is a rational, thoughtful response and one is a hollow, empty gesture which represents nothing more than cheap theatre.

  13. No worries Colin, you can renounce your citizenship when you apply for that Canadian Passport next year on the start of your journey in the CFL after you get cut for sucking, you can drown your sorrows in some Maple Syrup as you watch polar bears float by on icebergs

  14. This is a free country. He can choose to stand or not to stand. I respect his decision because it is his and his alone.

  15. As a retired veteran who served with people of every race, color, creed, religion, national origin, etc… I’m not offended by what he did. It’s his right. I absolutely do NOT agree with it, but he wanted to say something. I believe he chose a poor time and place to do so… in a league dominated by black millionaires, I believe his message may have been muddled.

  16. Pembrook Sutherland

    He not standing for the national anthem for a country that have a very very long history of slavery racial discrimination, institutionalized sexism & racism. And frankly stole most of the land from the native Indians, and on top of that, have a professional team named with a racial slur against them to rub it in their face. Surprised the didnt steal land from the Mexico and then name a team there the Guadalupe Wet backs or steal land in africa and name a team there the Nigera Niggers. And dont give me this crap to honor the vet thts fighting for our freedoms. The past 5 wars we are in are behind oil, sadam trying to kill big bush and his son decide to go to war just for pay back, weapons of mass destruction when we couldnt find one stick of dynamite. And want to called Muhammad Ali a draft dodger when he refuse to for a country he cant go in the same deli as a white man to enjoy lunch. Where Jim Crow laws

  17. Colin is a member of the elite 1% club who earn more than the rest of the 99% of wage earners in the U.S. ……. the vast majority of U.S. workers are getting screwed by the biggest terrorists in the World …Wall Street .. they off shored our jobs in tandem with U.S. multi-nationals, wiped out our defined pension plans, made us pay for our health care, destroyed our economy, stole our democracy from us and send our kids off to fight wars for profit and resource grabs … ride on dude! …. this isn’t the United States of America anymore ..its the United States of Wall Street …………..

  18. travisbickelll

    Stupid white liberals adopting these black brats, wasting all their time, money and energy on them but in the end, the little ingrate still hates you and your skin.

  19. AliveWhileBlack

    White supremacy at its best.
    Look at you all mad af because this black man didn’t stand up for what you believe in.
    His ancestors build your Country and if he feels like his people aren’t being treated well by your people so be it.
    You fucks can’t control everything!

  20. Not a fan of Trump but I agree with him here. If Kaepernick is so fuckin unhappy get the fuck out.

  21. Tru “Ty” Finesse

    Only white supremacist get mad at this shit… This Country was built on racism and still is til this day… They calling him niggers, burning his Jersey, threatening his life, nigger go back to Africa. This is what we talking about. The truth hurts…

  22. KillaCommieFerMommie

    AMAZING we pay ungrateful [email protected] what we do, just to run a ball up and down a field.

  23. America-hating Buckwheat muthafucka ! However, Kaepernick is a natural for inclusion into the ranks of idiots who align themselves with the Black Lives Matter Movement (a/k/a Black Lives Bowel Movement)

  24. this half breed nigga lookin fo attention

  25. He is simply a football player that makes a lot of money, how can he even have a clue what oppression is? Let alone the devotion to provide help to those in need that he claims to represent. Leave the flag out of it; after all he is on the job and if he had to work a real job like most of us this would not be tolerated. Protest is ok on your time; but not on company time, and bringing the National Anthem into the fold is not going to resolve anything.

  26. Midnightcr3w247

    Let me get this straight, America.
    You terrorize and enslave an entire race for over 300 years.
    Ban them from your privileges for the next 100 years.
    Fill two thirds of your prison cells with them until today.
    And you’re angry when they don’t applaud your history.

  27. WOW!!!! it’s America stand the [email protected]#$ up people have died for that flag and this country so you can be free and have a life. it has nothing to do with being white or black or any race or gender for that matter.

  28. Kaepernick is the real deal. Fuck anyone that has a problem with what he did.

  29. To be honest, who cares what the backup quarterback on a team that’s probably not going to make the playoffs does? And if you want a country where everyone has to stand for the anthem, move to North Korea

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