Monday, March 20, 2017

Reasons Why the New Jersey Jets Should Sign Cop-Killer-Supporting, Free Agent Quarterback Colin Kaepernick


Only in America: Millionaire, black supremacist crybullies Spike Lee and Colin Kaepernick

By Nicholas Stix

Spike Lee Says It's 'Fishy' Colin Kaepernick Remains a Free Agent
By Scott Polacek
Featured Columnist
March 19, 2017
Bleacher Report

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick made headlines last season with the San Francisco 49ers when he didn't stand for the national anthem. Film director Spike Lee thinks it's "fishy" a team hasn't signed him in the aftermath.

Lee expressed his thoughts in an Instagram post, saying the New York Jets should sign the signal-caller and adding, "How Is It That There Are 32 NFL Teams And Kap Is Still A Free Agent? WTF. Smells MAD Fishy To Me, Stinks To The High Heavens."…

• His record as a starter in San Francisco last year was 1-10;

• He’s a racist monster;

• He supports cop-killers;

• He sent the NFL’s TV ratings into a nosedive last year;

• If the Jets or some other team doesn’t sign Kaepernick soon, Spike Lee, one of America’s most notorious black supremacists, will call the team “racist.”

Well, that’s that. The Jets simply must sign Kaepernick!

[I originally wrote this as a comment for Bleacher Report, which apparently supports black supremacist cop-killers, and indubitably supports Colin Kaepernick and Spike Lee, has shut down commenting.

Apparently, the same white men whom the PC sports police insist support the likes of Kaepernick and the St. Louis Rams and Washington Redskins players, who ran on the field in 2014, with the fake “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” gesture of the Mike Brown Hoax, cannot be trusted to know their place.

Freedom of speech for black supremacists; the freedom of silence for white patriots!

I just sent the following email to Bleacher Report:

Bleacher Report: “Like the new article format? Send us feedback!”

You new article format sucks.

Your racism is obvious, and you don’t want to get called on it.

Spike Lee and Colin Kaepernick are two of the most notorious black supremacists in America, but you clearly think they’re grand, and want to provide them with a platform, while silencing their critics. Shame on you!

If you support evil, that makes you evil, too.

I can only conclude that you support the slaughtering of white policemen.

Nicholas Stix, Uncensored

The “fishy” part is that the 49ers never cut Kaepernick, in spite of his racism, and his destroying the team’s season. A new claim by a media operative is that NFL teams are “afraid” of signing Kaepernick. However, last season, I read that league GMs hate Kaepernick. Which is it? The league, particularly President Roger Goodell, was clearly supportive of Kaepernick.

Meanwhile, a recent fake documentary by CNN activist Jason Carroll not only refused to mention the drop in NFL ratings last year, due to Kaepernick, but featured a lying, leftist, white female “expert,” who smugly asserted that fans would follow the league’s (black supremacist) stars, whatever they did.

If the Jets sign Kaepernick, I’ll be one of millions of fans to stop watching them; ditto for any other team that signs him.


Anonymous said...

Colin has the appearance of a 1960's radical negro freak with that big Afro. Most quarterbacks don't make it but a few years in the NFL anyhow.

Randy said...

Like many other American patriots, I felt schadenfreude about the NFL's diminished TV ratings after many of its players publicly disrespected the national anthem and were not disciplined for it. However, I am afraid the league will have the last laugh. Reason: The 2017 Super Bowl was one of the best championship games in the history of sports. This could do for professional football what the 1983 championship game between Houston and North Carolina State did for college basketball.