What’s most surprising about the pirating of medicine by a rogue government faction is the obvious rehashing of the same nonsense over and over again. People are still falling for the lies. We now welcome the new Omicron (initially called Nu) variant of coronavirus....
Kaepernick Compares NFL Draft to Slave Auction for Black Athletes
Should anyone be surprised that former NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, is back and still slamming the league? For a person who has benefitted greatly from playing ball and is a multi-millionaire, one would think he would be more appreciative. But he isn’t. In a special now airing on Netflix, Kaepernick compared the league’s draft process to a slave auction with black “athletes” in shackles and their white “owners” whipping them. So much for gratitude. And what’s interesting about all this is the fact that the baller is trying to get back in the league to play ball? What?
Well, the hosts of After Dark aren’t too happy about Kaepernick’s comparison, and they’re throwing a Hail Mary and nailing it. Before the hosts play ball with Kaepernick, they discuss Resident Biden’s meeting with the Pope and his appearance at Glasgow. They also take on former President Barack Obama’s new role as a race-baiter. Of course, it is a role that Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and many other new Democrats have turned into a money-making machine and a tool to divide the nation.
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