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Robert Reich's play to put Elon Musk and Colin Kaepernick on the same 'free speech' field crumbles quickly

The first night of the NFL Draft is happening in Las Vegas right now, so maybe Robert Reich thought it was a good time to combine football and politics (again). Here’s the former Clinton Labor Secretary’s free speech hot take about Colin Kaepernick and Elon Musk:


Yeah, because the two things are totally comparable. Wait, maybe not:

“Disingenuous hack” might even be a kind way to describe Reich.

Really though, sometimes we can’t help but wonder if Reich is trying to sound ridiculous.


It’s really that simple.


For some reason, Kaepernick wants to get back into the line of work that he compared to slavery not that long ago. Weird, right? But Robert Reich wants us to believe this is all comparable to the latest Elon Musk news.



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