Colin Kaepernick Just Made a BIG Announcement That Enraged All Patriotic Americans


Colin Kaepernick has gone from protesting perceived injustices to actively trying to demonstrate just how un-American he can be.

While Kaepernick is thankfully still without a job in the NFL, he did manage to put his stain on this year’s Super Bowl.

None of the players in Sunday’s matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots followed in Kaepernick’s footsteps by taking a knee during the National Anthem.

But, just two days before the big game, Kaepernick made a big announcement that enraged all patriotic Americans.

He had successfully raised $20,000 for a group known as Assata’s Daughters, which claims that it “carries on the tradition of radical liberatory activism encompassed by Assata Shakur.”

None of you will be surprised to hear that Assata Shakur (birth name: Joanne Chesimard) is a convicted cop-killer.

In 1977, Shakur and several other members of the Black Liberation Army engaged in a shootout with New Jersey state troopers. Officer Werner Foerster was killed in that exchange.

Shakur went to prison, but escaped in 1979 and fled to Cuba, where she was granted asylum.

Shakur remains on the FBI’s “most wanted terrorists” list.

This is who Kaepernick decided to honor on Super Bowl weekend.

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Source: The Washington Times

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