— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 29, 2016
James is angry, and who can blame him? His point is valid, why would we want to force someone who clearly doesn’t understand what the National Anthem and our Flag represent.
Truth be told, Kaepernick has a very warped idea of what oppression looks like.
— KSH (@karen22846408) August 29, 2016
It would take a good many people turning their TV off for the sponsors to notice, but worth a shot.
@RealJamesWoods Only in America can a half-assed quarterback and full time asshole make $16 Million dollars and claim oppression. LIBS=LMAO
— Leann (@Leannbe) August 29, 2016
@RealJamesWoods What a pompous ass…and ingrate to boot.
— david w. thompson (@dwthompson1945) August 29, 2016
That may be a qualification of some professional athletes these days.
However some don’t just talk the talk …
@RealJamesWoods wondering does he go into the inner city 2b a role model and spend some of those millions like Russell Wilson <much respect
— FIRE THEM ALL- 2016 (@SandraHartle) August 29, 2016
Props to Russell!
@RealJamesWoods because it is after all all about him and his thoughts and feelings
— maurice nickless (@mnix49mn) August 29, 2016
It’s all about Kap, yup.
— Theresa Lane (@dedatlane392) August 29, 2016
And there’s the biggest threat – not boycotts, not unemployment but what players on other teams might do about his disrespect.
— freebat (@wrongsaidsean) August 29, 2016