Daily Archives: August 30, 2018

Special “Whistleblower NFL Boycott Update” E-dition

Trump’s 587th Day In Office

— Whistleblower NFL Boycott Countdown Continues —

Whistleblower Senior Sports Editor Andy FurBall says the days are really dwindling down to a precious few until The Whistleblower’s 2018 Kickoff Game Boycott where Real Americans will be watching to see how many over-paid unpatriotic Eagles and Falcons take a knee during the National Anthem.

That’s probably why Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane was telling Political Insiders at this morning’s meeting of the Conservative Agenda how much things have changed for NFL Fans since the last week in August two years ago.

We were all trying to figure out why overpaid San Francisco 49 quarterback Colin Kaepernick first refused to stand for the national anthem as part of a #BlackLiesMatter protest.

Kneepad Liberals in The Press still hadn’t reported about the time “Oppressed” Kaepernick was fined $11,000 for calling a Black Opponent a “Nigger.”

And amazingly, in Obama’s Divided States of America, the $19 million-per-year athlete had not yet gotten an invitation for dinner at the White House or at the very least, a congratulatory phone call from the president.

Asked about his decision, Kaepernick said he refused to feel pride in a country that mistreats “black people and people of color.”

Kapernick had an African American father, but was raised by a white couple alongside their two children after being put up for adoption. Kapernick is shown here with the racist crackers who deprived him of his life in the hood.

Furious San Francisco 49ers fans were burning Colin Kaepernick jerseys after he refused to stand for the national anthem as part of a racial protest. One fan even played The Star-Spangled Banner as he set light to the Number 7 shirt, watching with his hand on his chest as it was reduced to ash.

Many fans even questioned Colin Kaepernick’s Patriotism last year.

But nobody could imagine we’d still be talking about Colin Kaepernick today.