White House : Free Speech Only For America Haters

The White House prosecutes climate skeptics and anyone who disagrees with their agenda, but fully supports the right of scumbags to trash their country.

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Monday he was confident President Barack Obama is aware of Kaepernick’s actions, but hadn’t spoken directly with the president about it.

“but we surely would all acknowledge and even defend his right to express those views in the settings that he chooses,” Earnest said. “That’s what he’s done, and even as objectionable as we find his perspective, he certainly is entitled to express it.”

One possible explanation for Kaepernick’s actions is that he believed he was going to get cut from the team over his lousy play, and saw this as a way to protect himself behind the anti racism mafia. Nobody gets $19 million dollars for 32 yards.

Chip Kelly, 49ers staff will continue evaluating starting quarterback options  Aug 27, 2016

Kaepernick finished the game 2 of 6 for 14 yards, with 18 rushing yards ….  At this point, it’s hard to see Kaepernick claiming the starting job

He is getting paid almost a half million dollars per yard.

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33 Responses to White House : Free Speech Only For America Haters

  1. RAH says:

    Some of the sports commentators are already saying he’s going to be cut. Not because of his racist antics and unpatriotic antics, but because of his poor play. They too see through the ploy.

    A few other players have voiced support but nobody yet has had the guts to follow through on mimicking him though one Philly Eagle did say he would and then changed his mind.

    How often do I have the read that his bozo has “the right” to remain sitting during the National Anthem. NO ONE that I’ve seen has said he does not have that right. But just because you have the right to do something does not mean it is the right thing to do. This self absorbed butt head really needs to be ignored, people all over the nation should turn their backs to him when they see him. Including so many of his former fans that will inevitably burn his jersey and boo him, as they have every right to do.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      How often do I have the read that his bozo has “the right” …

      Often. Again and again. Rinse and repeat.

      There is no more powerful alliance than that of the America-hating Left and morons who can’t think. Whoever can tap into that inexhaustible platitudes-spouting reservoir of idiocy has found a true “renewable energy” source.

  2. Tim A says:

    You got to give him credit for honoring his mudslime faith…..it is the polar opposite of our constitution. If people haven’t seen that by now, they are frightenly naive.

  3. Jason Calley says:

    “Nobody gets $19 million dollars for 32 yards.”

    You haven’t seen how much the lawn maintenance services charge around here…

    :)

  4. Andy DC says:

    He lives in a country that allowed him to fulfill his dreams and become very rich in the process. He is in no position to disrespect America and gripe about how bad things are.

    It would be interesting to know how much of his salary goes to helping the disadvantaged. If it is not a lot, he is just another liberal hypocrite.

  5. Frank K. says:

    I view this as a test for the NFL. Do they (further) alienate their fans by (further) giving into PC and letting this clown do whatever he wants (and rest assured it WON’T stop with simply disrespecting the national anthem), or do they say enough’s enough and ban him from the league? Given the NFL’s recent track record, I’m not optimistic about the outcome…

    (It appears that Goerge Soros’ investment in the destruction of the U.S.A. and it’s culture is starting to pay off).

  6. gator69 says:

    And yet he likely has no issue lining up when the adhan is called out by a muezzin from the mosque five times a day. ‘Cause there’s no oppression under Islam dontcha ya know.

  7. Daniel Hoheim says:

    Read he converted to Islam this past summer and is now engaged to a BLM activist that practices “pure Islam”

  8. Latitude says:

    another biracial, raised by white parents..
    …that now identifies as black muslim….because it’s just so cool

  9. RAH says:

    Now Barbra Streisand says she’ll leave the US if Trump wins. Please, please, let it be so.
    http://www.dailywire.com/news/8740/streisand-ill-leave-country-if-trump-wins-michael-qazvini

    From the article here is a list of “celebrities” that have said the same:
    Lena Dunham
    Samuel L. Jackson
    Miley Cyrus
    Cher
    Jon Stewart
    Raven Symone
    Natasha Lyonne
    Omari Hardwick
    Spike Lee
    Chloë Sevigny
    Eddie Griffin
    George Lopez
    Al Sharpton
    Neve Campbell
    Rosie O’Donnell
    Whoopi Goldberg
    Chelsea Handler
    ———————-
    Oh boy! Please, please, let it be so!!!

  10. Jack Striker says:

    Speaking of which, and apologies if it’s too political for your taste, but Black Lives Matter is allowed to continue operating while White Lives Matter has just been declared a “hate group”.

  11. TA says:

    Kaepernick has bought into the false narrative of “institutional racism”. He thinks there are those in the government who are actively conspiring to deny constitutional rights to minorities, and are proactively seeking to kill young, innocent black men.

    There *is* discrimination. No doubt. And it should be condemned whenever it is found. But the U.S. government is *not* sponsoring such things, but that is what Kaepernick is saying when he refuses to stand for the national anthem. He is indicting millions of innocent people in his distorted worldview.

    Propaganda works. Kaepernick, and all of us, are victims of Leftwing hate propaganda that claims our institutions are inherently racist. They are not.

  12. RAH says:

    Ya know. During WW II a gifted Marine fighter Jock, Gregory Boyington, resigned his commission before the US was in the at in order to go fly with the AVG (American Volunteer Group which would become better known as “The Flying Tigers”). All the US military pilots who volunteered for the AVG had to resign their commission with the stipulation that they could be reinstated at any time as the needs of government dictated or when they requested.) The documents were locked up in a safe.

    Boyington and all the others did their time with the AVG successfully fighting the Japanese in China flying their Curtis P-40 Warhawk fighters against long odds. They did this despite the fact that the US had entered the war before the AVG had gotten set up and ready to fight.

    Boyington and the leader of the AVG , Clair Chennault did not see eye to eye but Chennault did all he could to prevent Boyington from leaving the AVG after he had met his obligation. The AVG was about to be converted to a US Army Air Corp outfit and Boyington wanted to stay a Marine. Boyington managed to make it back to the states still having only his strange AVG uniform to wear. This led to his questioning by the FBI.

    While home waiting his for his commission to be reinstated Boyington attended a college football game. Kate Smith singing Irving Berlin’s ‘God Bless America’ had become a Nationalistic classic and sort of a second National Anthem at the time. Kate was signing the song at the game and Boyington was completely unfamiliar with it. Distracted, he failed to stand during the singing and sing along as the rest of the crowd was. For this he was derided and nearly attacked by several recent military recruits in the crowd, who of course did not realize the Boyington had already been to war fighting the Japanese.

    • Gail Combs says:

      RAH,

      I learn more history from you than I ever learned in school.
      Thanks

      • RAH says:

        Pappy Boyington went on to become one of the US military top aces in WW II racking up 26 confirmed kills and leading a very successful Marine squadron formed in the theater and made up of replacement pilots. His ‘Black Sheep’ squadron racked up an impressive score at a time when the Japanese still had highly trained pilots and the US forces were beating their way North of the Solomon Islands to the great Japanese base at Rabaul in New Britain.

        The TV series had nothing to do with the reality of how tough it was but did get across the fact that Boyington and his boys were rounders that bent and broke the rules in work and play. And that Boyington’s immediate Superior was in fact a by the book Marine that did not see eye to eye with Boyington. If not for his squadrons success and the protection of Marine General “Nuts” Moore, Boyington would have been sacked many times.

        One little known fact is that it was Boyington’s people that were the first Marine fighter squadron to figure out that tracer rounds were a detriment and not an aid. The trajectory of the tracer rounds was different than the armor piercing and incendiary rounds and thus missled the pilot as to where the majority of the rounds were going. They also warned the enemy pilot targeted that he was being shot at. When the squadron settled on a load of armor piercing incendiary rounds and only used tracers for the last few rounds in each .50 cal machine gun to show they were about out of ammo, their kill ratio skyrocketed. Others learned the same lesson in all the theaters and for the most part fighter units that did not use tracers had better scores.

        Boyington was shot down and wounded and spent 20 months as a special captive and denied POW status by the Japanese so nobody knew he was still alive and he was listed as MIA until the end of the war. He was awarded the MOH.

  13. Frank Harrigan says:

    GMAIL is sending me warnings – it’s happened several times now – stating WARNING this email may not be from who it says it is! Or words to that effect. Is Google trying to stifle your blog?

    • Gail Combs says:

      Yes!

      They pulled the same crap on Donald Trump. The first time he sent donation requests to his supporters the e-mails went into TRASH and not even spam. However the GOP establishment donation requests sailed right through during the same time period.

      The tactic failed because it was noted on several blogs and the underhandedness caused people to be more apt to send Trump money.

  14. Olaf Koenders says:

    Not to mention Abdul-Rauf’s stupidity as well. If he’s turned to Islam and is offended by the US, why doesn’t he deport himself? Because he won’t have the prestige and trappings of his current life. He’d be living in a bullet-riddled mud hut, ducking and weaving through his neighbour’s bombs on the way to market. His wives will be kept in a pen out back, without nail polish on their hooves.

  15. KTM says:

    If a Christian player decided not to stand for the anthem because he feels that the country allowing the systematic murder of millions of unborn babies is morally abhorrent, just imagine how incensed the media would be.

    They would label it “hate silence” and demand a nationwide boycott of the NFL.

  16. RAH says:

    A little OT for this thread but still along the same lines.

    “Professors tell students: Drop class if you dispute man-made climate change”

    http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/28825/

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey RAH! As much as it pains me to do so, I have to agree with the professors in this case. The course is an elective and not needed for graduation. Additionally, they are not saying that students cannot be sceptical, only that they cannot debate their belief in class. Imagine this: a university decides (for whatever reason) to teach a course on Fairies In Everyday Life. They say, “If you want to take this course, be advised that we will NOT allow debate on the existence of fairies in this class.” OK, stupid, yes, but better to warn students ahead of time than after they sign up. I am not approving of the course; the professors are almost certainly scientifically illiterate, CAGW idiots — but good on them for warning any honest people to stay out of their class.

      • RAH says:

        I once took a 200 level literature course on Russian Fairy Tales. We were not required to believe that the tales were factual in order to take the course.

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