Monday, October 9, 2017

Colt’s Safety on Pence’s Colt Walk-out: ‘This is what systemic oppression looks like’

By The Hill, Oct. 08, 2017

San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid slammed Vice President Pence’s walkout during his team’s game against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, calling it a “PR stunt."

Reid, who was one of the players to start kneeling with then-49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick during the national anthem to protest racial inequality, told reporters that Pence likely knew that players from his team would kneel during the anthem, as seen in a video from SB Nation's Jennifer Lee Chan.

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1 comment:

  1. These ,Illinois dollar babies are not in touch with reality. They think that because they entertain us, that they have a voice in the real world. We need to hold out a little longer, then when NFL revenues tank, maybe the NFL WILL MUZZLE THESE RABID DOGS WHO HAVE DEFILED FOOTBALL WITH THEIR OPINIONS! Nobody cares about your opinion, just play the game and SHUT YOUR PIEHOLES. I don't watch football of any kind, and despise these whiners tossing their opinions out like they really matter. YOU DON'T MATTER, YOU are an entertainer, now do the job you were hired to do, and stop infringing on our lives, or you will be flipping burgers, and serving chicken at the KFC drive thru


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