Colin Kaepernick Gets Roasted After QB’s Ad Says His Anthem Protest Was ‘Sign Of Respect To The Military’

(Republican Party News) – Right now, the 2022 Winter Olympic games are being held in China, a country that has become notorious for massive human rights violations of a very egregious nature. Corporate America, which really loves to virtue signal and push a “woke” agenda on the citizens of our great nation, has seemingly turned a blind eye to this reality as a means of protecting their access to the world’s largest consumer market and saving on production costs.

The fact that these corporations really enjoy telling others how awful they are for not bowing the knee to the current progressive agenda, all the while supporting true genuine oppression in China just so they can make a buck explains why failed NFL quarterback and Black Lives Matter activist Colin Kaepernick is still famous.

According to WND, the former quarterback, who played a rather significant role in helping to stoke the flames of racial division in the United States with his protest of the National Anthem before football games, was recently featured in an ad from Toyota, which attempted to characterize these protests as being an act of “respect to the military,” despite the fact that his disgracing the flag and our anthem was seen as offensive by millions of Americans.

“As they ignore the literal concentration camps in China and happily run their ads during the Beijing ‘Genocide Games’ Winter Olympics, Toyota is also fawning over Kaepernick and touting him as a hero who deliberately protested our country’s flag and anthem as an act of admiration for our nation’s military, somehow,” the report said.

“The Washington Free Beacon reported that the confusing ad, which aired last week on the radio station for the HBCU Howard University in Washington, D.C., glowingly declared that ‘Colin Rand Kaepernick, a two-time Super Bowl quarterback and NFL record holder, first knelt on one knee during the national anthem in 2016 as a sign of respect to the military and a symbol of protest against police shootings,'” the report continued.

Here’s the ad:

This claim is wrong. Just plain wrong. The Free Beacon pointed out that Kaepernick only played in one Super Bowl during the time he was with the San Francisco 49ers.

As if it wasn’t already ludicrous to state that Kaepernick’s actions were out of “respect to the military,” the Toyota ad then claims that he “changed the world” and “sparked a form of protest that continues around the world.”

Say what now?

These folks can’t actually be serious… can they?

“It is entirely unclear why the script includes the confounding line about “respect to the military” as Kaepernick himself says nothing of the sort when his own voice chimes in,” the WND report stated.

Instead, Kaepernick said that the aim of his protests were to “bring awareness and make people realize what’s really going on in this country,” which is supposed to stand “for freedom, liberty, justice for all,” which is actually supposed to stand “for freedom, liberty, justice for all,” but that this is “not happening for all right now.”

“Now that sounds more like the message Kaepernick has always had, which whether you agree with it or not. It has nothing to do with respecting the military and certainly nothing to do with respecting the flag or the country our service members sign up to defend,” the report continued.

“In 2016, as the Free Beacon noted, he said in an interview that he knelt during our anthem because he refused to ‘stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppressed black people and people of color,'” WND reported.

Kaepernick has actually gone even further to the left since this whole mess started years ago. He has gone on to express how much he admires communist dictators and has called for both police and prisons to be abolished.

TMZ Sports reported just last year that during the second wave of violent anti-police protests, Kaepernick went on to say, “In order to eradicate anti-Blackness, we must also abolish the police. The abolition of one without the other is impossible.”

Isn’t he just a good little puppet? Repeats all of his lines and talking points very well.

Here’s what folks had to say on Twitter about the ad:

Thank goodness there are still some real Americans left in this country.

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