Kneeler Kaepernick still out of a job; Seattle Seahawks cancel meeting with him

Colin Kaepernick

Oh, the personal “sacrifice” of the warrior Kaepernick…

More time for him to focus on his social justice warrior career.

Apparently kneeler and cop hater Kaepernick was suppose to train with the Seattle Seahawks this week. But the Seahawks have pulled the plug on that due to Kaepernick’s social justice stunts.

USA Today reports that the NFL team postponed the meeting after Kaepernick would not say if he would stop kneeling during the national anthem. From their report:

The Seahawks have not decided when or whether to reschedule the meeting with Kaepernick, according to Schefter.

Kaepernick, 30, has remained a free agent since last offseason. He first began kneeling during the national anthem in 2016 as a form of protest against police brutality and racial inequality.

Last October, Kaepernick filed a collusion grievance against the NFL, alleging that he had been denied employment as a result of his stance.”

Well Kap, your “stance” HAS ruined the NFL. No wonder no one wants the PR nightmare that you will bring to any team.

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42 responses to “Kneeler Kaepernick still out of a job; Seattle Seahawks cancel meeting with him

  1. Colin better use some of that money in his bank account to invest in a business franchise cause his NFL career is over….

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    • True George . . . . Now that certainly is the truth! Isn’t it strange, some months ago, Colin told other’s that he would not continue to kneel if he were offered a job in the NFL (unless my mind is playing tricks on me.) Then he gets set-up to practice with the Seahawks; but now things have shifted, and he is not willing to avow that he WILL NOT continue to kneel during the playing of the national anthem. Good Grief! We as a nation have spent more than enough of our collective time with his antics, and the uproar that has been caused by his actions. I would hope that at this point no other team will give him the time of day. Let him get an ordinary job, and earn a living just like 99.9% of the other folks in this country.

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  2. Maybe he can play for North Korea.

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  3. If he never plays another pro game how will that effect anything? He already has his legions of blind, unthinking followers (most who will never see his yearly salary in their entire lifetime). What has he actually accomplished? Nothing changed despite his kneeling (other than his own unemployment) and since the sideshow is over where is he being discussed or thought about? No where that makes a tinkers damn. The guy failed all around and miserably at that. Ego does not equal intellect.

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    • Who cares about him, personally, except for the fact that he led the way to rebellion of American values in the NFL. The kneeling crap- whether it was his personal idea, or if he was influenced to do so, has changed everything for those of us who stand for our values. Yes, I used to take pride in my team and the comradery that we enjoyed. No more. Adios, Old Days!

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      • Vistabee . . . . I certainly do agree with you . . . “has changed everything for those of us who stand for our values.” I am very proud of my fellow citizens who have stood up to be counted among those who honor our flag, honor our military, and honor the dream that is America.”

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    • Mad Celt . . . . Congratulations! Your synopsis of this tawdry little business nearly ripped apart our country . . . . I certainly do agree with . . . .”Nothing changed despite his kneeling (other than his own unemployment) and since the sideshow is over where is he being discussed or thought about? . . . . The guy failed all around and miserably at that. Ego does not equal intellect.” That last sentence really blows it out of the water. I do believe that this joker felt that the rest of society should acknowledge him as some kind of super intellect that should be held in awe, instead of the thumb sucking, cry baby that he is!

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  4. Its his right to disrespect our flag and military and its our right to ignore him and let his lime light fade away into the dust bin of history as not to be heard from again. Let the chips fall were they may he did it to him self like most of the snowflakes do with their stupid progressive ideas that are going to change the world.

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    • Brian . . . . Excellent comment! I really got into . . “. . . its our right to ignore him and let his lime light fade away into the dust bin of history as not to be heard from again.” That really has a wonderful poetic ring to it!

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    • Absolutely. He reminds me of an epitaph I read in an old Western cemetery:

      “My name is Donald O’Day
      I died maintaining my right-of-way;
      My will was strong, and my logic tight,
      But I’m just as dead as if I’d been right”.

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  5. An NFL team should be able to get him at a good price seeing how he has sported a Castro tee shirt and evidently supports socialism and communism. They could just offer him the avg or median income of the country and he should be happy with being paid what the avg fan in the stands and watching on TV. After all, that is from whence the money comes.

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  6. Damn, I thought this half breed reject was living in an air conditioned hut in Africa, I was wrong! I said before the only ball he is gonna run across any field is the horse shit he picks up at the stables as a hired hand in the circus! Isn’t that funny, hahahaha, oh my ribs are hurting! Hahaha.

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  7. just think-he’ll be forever known as the ungrateful pig who started the demise of the NFL and the downward slide of Football’s standing as America’s favorite sport. GO NASCAR!!!!

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    • truck . . . . Let’s hope that he will be listed in the history books as the “. . . ungrateful pig who started the demise of the NFL and the downward slide of Football’s standing as America’s favorite sport.” I cannot even imagine that anything will heal the rift that was started by this ingrate.

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    • Maybe he can get a job at the park, fetching frisbees?

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  8. If you really think about it, that whole social justice movement was a huge victory for us, I notice that no one is kneeling anymore! We do have a great amount of power. Our President, whom I feel is one of us, really helped us out on that one by voicing his opinion on the matter, the same opinion as ours…MAGA! Franchised Sports are just a huge distraction, when hitler rolled into Austria, he didn’t use weapons, he threw sporting equipment and radios at the population with a bunch of false promises, radios to listen to him, and sporting equipment to distract and entertain.

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    • Stovepipe . . . . When you mentioned our President, and indicated that he “is one of us.” Truly, I believe that Donald Trump, although he could have lived out his life in relative luxury, he cares enough about our country that he jumped into the fray. Although, he is taking a profound beating, I admire him for the good things he has accomplished.

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    • ‘We do have a great amount of power. ” That kinda worries me,because the trend is becoming using that power to make the Law and Politicians violate Law and the Constitution in fear of that power. Double edged sword,but I’m seeing some bad things being considered good by the Cops,by the Government etc. We need to be VERY careful NOT to use it irresponsibly,and I don’t think the “Crowd Rule” proponents are capable of that yet.

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  9. Reblogged this on kommonsentsjane and commented:

    Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

    Wore socks with “pig” cops and kneels for the anthem.

    Is that called a “pig in a poke?

    A pig in a poke is something that is obtained without first getting a good look at it, literally or figuratively. The phrase dates back to the Middle Ages, when meat was a rare victual for the common person. A poke is a bag or sack.

    kommonsentsjane

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  10. Wow, the Sea Chickens must be pretty desperate for a QB if they are scrounging THAT deep in the barrel.

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  11. It would seem things started going south for him when he started listening to that new girlfriend a few years back. I hope he found it worth it.

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  12. Colin Kaepernick can go suck an egg! He’s an insult to those of us that served in the Military! Some of us lost some body parts while he was making big bucks playing football! He’s a punk!

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  13. Boohoo

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  14. I’ve had a nearly 20-year positive and loving relationship with an “AfricanAmerican” teacher who came to me as student-teacher-observer…and then kept thereafter a decade-long relationship with me as her mentor. I have loved every minute that we shared, & even after we parted to go to other school employ, we got together once-a-month with others to break bread and share. This last time, after long months in which she did not “show” for our monthly dinner fellowship…..she called us together….and I was so excited to see her again and share….until….she commandered the entire conversation to lecture us about how “noble” Colin Kaepernick was. I was so blind-sided by this b/c, at the base of it, I’d thought she wanted to get together to SEE ME and the OTHERS whom we’d not gathered together all at one time in quite a while. I thought it was a gathering of personal care for each other. Secondly, I was so insulted, b/c as so MANY of her ilk who don’t KNOW American History—–my family was so personally negatively impacted by the personal/familial sacrifice of the Civil War (Pennsylvania Quakers, Pennsylvanis Volunteers) that, her sympathies with the Colin Kaepernick’s of yesteryear, today, tommorrow………belie an ignorance of half of the history of the Civil War in the USA…& by that also, a huge legacy of those descendants, from which I am an example. My Pennsylvania family suffered emotionally/economically for decades/generations for the lives they gave so that the America we LIVE IN TODAY—SLAVE FREE—-became a reality. My “friend” disregarded the sacrifice, in her present “African” behalf, of half of the America of 1860 and of their descendants into today….lumping, as the OBAMA years did….us all into either BLACK or WHITE. GOOD or BAD. I was so hurt–I don’t known WHEN or IF I can recover from this slight/mis-study of US History–including MY history with the Pennsylvania pacifists/activists/volunteers. I have not spoken or met with her since, but I feel that I should voice these hurts to her on the chance that she might recognize my hurt/origins of my hurt. BUT…and this is a big BUT…today….what is holding me back is “political correctlness” that , more or less says, there is ONLY ONE SIDE of the race “equation” the “Black side” that can be “hurt” historially or presently. This makes me “choke” and just want to let it all go into the bygone…..

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    • I am so sorry you had to witness such a change. It sounds like “they” got to her and she is making her decisions on race only without having all the facts.
      I suggest you move on and don’t look back, she won’t change.

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    • I’d write her a sincerely-penned note to this effect, being as honest but respectful as possible, considering your past with her… let her know how her new stance has hurt you and what your family has stood for by painting all whites (or Christians, or conservatives, or Republicans, or whatever) with the same, broad brush. Because we’re not all the same. Ask her what she thinks, rather than what she feels she’s being led to believe by the crowd.

      What have you got to lose at this point? You might find she at least agrees to disagree without being disrespectful. If it were me, I’d leave the door open to her coming back to her senses in the future even if she refuses now… time tends to make people think more clearly. Through a glass, darkly and all now.

      {1 Corinthians 13:12 (KJV)
      For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.}

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    • For what its worth, that’s PRECISELY why they do this with race or any other point of potential division. They are weakening us by dividing us. They appeal to whatever psychological weakness they can find, reduce it to the utterly simplistic, and use it to their advantage. “Divide and Conquer”.

      It’s a shame, really. But it is a well-understood phenomenon.

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  15. What a stupid protest. The flag doesn’t represent hate, bigotry, rouge cops and what ever. It stands for freedom, justice, peace, harmony, security.
    Maybe he should be kneeling. On BOTH knees. With hands together and head bowed. And start by asking for forgiveness. And then asking for direction.

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  17. WINNING……just not for Kappy!

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