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Rosa Parks was not protesting the bus. Gandhi was not protesting the food. The colonists were not protesting tea. Players are not protesting the flag or the anthem. They are protesting injustice.
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F. Hensley May 24
If that were even remotely true, they wouldn't need to do it in front of our flag during our national anthem. Kneel at halftime. Kneel during timeouts. Kneel after touchdowns. Kneel after the game.
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Curt Schroder May 24
Replying to @kdreamcatchers
Let em protest without disrespecting the flag.
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Randi Mayem Singer May 25
Replying to @kdreamcatchers
Write your own damn tweets, asshole.
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Ryan The Captain May 25
Feels like your honing in on the wrong type of issue. Imitation is flattery and it’s good the message is spreading so chill.
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Stephen Sine May 25
As where as I see your point, the value people place on those items doesn’t come close to the value people place on the flag, anthem, and the idea that they represent.
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Chris Wesseling May 25
Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe the point was spelled out clearly: the value placed on those items isn’t nearly as valuable as justice.
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Stephen Sine May 25
I just don’t see the point or value in disrespecting the very ideology that allows them the ability to protest injustice. has done more with his platform to better his community than any player has by kneeling.
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Mimosa Papi May 25
Lmaooooooo
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Justin Stanwix May 25
I really don’t give a fuck about the NFL or football. I do give a fuck about a group of private corporations colluding to erode the 1st amendment to playcate the orange shit eater in the White House
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TFM May 25
Course they did. The boycotts dented their profits and they couldn't do anything about it. With Kaep they can do whatever they want to him. Boycotts isolated the problem to just their racism and the consequences of it and left them powerless but to change.
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Matt, The Nerdskull May 25
They were a drop in the bucket there. The civil Rights movement largely won in court battles and the attitudes changed retroactively as the culture was forced to change because of the dreaded PC police. Many businesses we're still refusing to serve black people ANYWAY.
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David W. Kurtz May 25
Why don’t you try protesting whatever perceived injustice you oppose in the middle of your workplace during work hours? Let me know how that works out for you...
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Fred Bruch May 25
when it starts costing them money they will be back standing in no time.
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Julie May 25
LOVE THIS.
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TFM May 25
It all contributed. But Kaep is doing neither of those. Raising awareness is the liberal version of thoughts and prayers. The activists in the civil rights days took direct action and got direct results. Kaep is a publicity stunt, and has reaped all that that earns.
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Matt, The Nerdskull May 25
He's doing a lot for charity, a lot of people are talking about him, and there's a lot of tension over him. He's doing good stuff. Most of the right would be screaming bloody murder if he was as disruptive as King or Parks.
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TFM May 25
Charity's great, but irrelevant to his protest. There's a lot of people talking and tension over the latest Star Wars films, but I don't see what that's accomplishing. I think he should be making the right scream. That could indicate something might actually happen.
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Matt, The Nerdskull May 25
He is making the right scream already. Fox news are crying about him all the time and the owners just reacted to remove the players' ability to express themselves because of him.
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