As Twitchy reported over the weekend, Colin Kaepernick’s new Netflix special, “Colin in Black and White,” compared NFL training camp to the slave trade, literally segueing from a shot of players’ arm spans being measured to a white slave trader conducting an auction. Kaepernick made no mention of white players enduring the same tests, nor did he explain why he was so anxious to get back into a league that is akin to slavery.

Here’s more of Kaepernick, zeroing in on the “acceptable negro” on TV, with examples such as Carlton from “The Fresh Prince of Bel Aire” and Steve Urkel from “Family Matters.” These African Americans are acceptable to and liked by whites.

He’s kind of like David Hogg in that regard, except for the endorsement money.

Who is the intended audience for this special anyway? Is he trying to make white people feel guilty or black people angry?