Colin Kaepernick DID say His Protest was about Disrespecting the Flag

April Ryan, White House correspondent, and Washington, D.C., bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks as well a political analyst for CNN, never misses an opportunity to turn the daily WH press briefing into her own political platform.

Today was no different.

NBC’s Peter Alexander first asked why, if President Trump supports free speech in the case of the bakeshop that came out ahead in the June 4th Supreme Court ruling allowing the owner to follow his faith by not participating in same-sex weddings, why doesn’t he support free speech in the case of NFL player protests. Ms. Sanders answered that it wasn’t about free speech, it was about respecting the flag, which by the way, agrees with Colin Kaepernick (but more on that later).

Then the White House spox tried to call on CBS News Radio’s Steven Portnoy, but the always unprofessional Ryan kept screaming out her questions, and then when Ms. Sanders finally gave in to Ryan’s shouting and started answering her question, April Ryan shouted over Sanders’ answer.

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Colin Kaepernick, Reported By The Young Turks, August 19, 2016

The person who started the kneeling during the national anthem trend, mediocre quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the protest was all about disrespecting the flag of the racist evil nation that he believes we are.

When first asked to explain why he was protesting the anthem, Colin Kaepernick replied, “I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color.”

Kaepernick did not say he thought America was a great country that just had a problem of police abuse. He specifically identified the nation as an evil oppressor of people of color. Additionally, he has shown support for various black nationalist figures and the deceased Cuban communist Fidel Castro.

Sorry, April Ryan but next time try to be a professional and don’t shout out louder than the professional reporters who aren’t trying to be heard over their colleagues and the Press Secretary when she tries to answer your question.  And perhaps before you ascribe a reason to a protest ask they guy who started it all…


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