Guess what, Obama still talks a lot yet manages to say very little even when it comes to simple things like Kaepernick.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 5, 2016
Obama said, “As a general matter, when it comes to the flag, and the National Anthem and the meaning that that holds for our men and women in uniform and those that fought for us – that is a tough thing for them to get past.”
No, you don’t say? Crazy talk, Obama.
He went on, “But I don’t doubt his sincerity. I think he cares about some real, legitimate issues that need to be talked about and, if nothing else, what he’s done is generated more conversation about some topics that need to be talked about.”
WELL OF COURSE you don’t doubt his sincerity, Barack. Of course you’re going to treat him like some great activist versus a spoiled brat who got bored and needed a cause to support.
— Stephen DeNuccio (@SteveJazz) September 5, 2016
Sure, Kap has the right to protest but only because brave men and women fought for him to have that right. One may question if he is protesting America or the very people who serve and protect her.
@FoxNews And yet he supports him. Figures, huh
— Kelly (@t3xasgal46) September 5, 2016
Well duh, Kap is in Obama’s wheelhouse. He loves this crap.
@FoxNews Riveting commentary.. Thanks Barry
— Queen_Bammer (@Queen_Bammer) September 5, 2016
Right, everyone is surely moved and suddenly so much more aware of why they should be ok with what Kap did.
Oh wait, nope.
@FoxNews It's nonsensical! He wears a Pro Castro shirt and complains about oppression!?! Talk about delicious irony.
— Kevin (@scurvemond) September 5, 2016
Just because Kap is stupid that doesn’t mean he shouldn’t have the right to show the world how stupid he is.
@FoxNews lol…. Obama as CIC is probably a tough thing for the military community
— BillMason (@AxManBill) September 5, 2016
— Hollywood (@Hollywood5133) September 5, 2016
Poor oppressed Kap, almost as oppressed as poor Barack being the president.
How do they stand it?!