Cue the massive racist outrage. The Miami Dolphins signed Jay Cutler as their new quarterback instead of Colin Kaepernick and there was the obligatory meltdown on Twitter.
The truth of the matter is Cutler is better than Kaepernick, but these morons are throwing the race card again. Predictable. Kaepernick has a love thing for communist Cuba. People in Miami don’t take very kindly to that stupidity. He disses the National Anthem, loves Islam, hearts Black Lives Matter and embraces communism… no team in their right mind would sign this moonbat.
I predict that Kaepernick will stay unsigned. Kaepernick is an insult to America and he costs whatever team he is on profits and fans. I guarantee that if Miami had signed him, they would have been boycotted and rightly so.
Kaepernick needs to find another line of work. Perhaps community organizer, professional agitator, revolutionary hero or maybe there’s a third world hellhole out there in need of a dictator. His options are endless really. Just don’t expect him to be signed by any professional football team.
From The Right Scoop:
OH boy, turn up the outrage machine!! The Miami Dolphins have signed Jay Cutler to be their quarterback, and all these idiots are burning up Twitter because Kaepernick is a better quarterback but he was left unsigned.
I guess it doesn’t matter that his idiotic political protest was unbelievably unpopular and taken as an incredible insult to everyone, right? And it shouldn’t matter that his enormous insult to our country would probably result in loss of profit for the owners.
If these morons think it’s such a great thing to pay millions to Kaepernick to ruin their business, why don’t they do it? Pool your money, idiots, hire him yourselves!!
Yes, we hate people who insult our country. This is not a revelation.
Americans hate those who hate our country. It doesn’t take a genius to figure that one out. Which means Kaepernick should have already figured it out. It’s not racist of Miami to not sign a no-talent hack like Kaepernick. It’s good business sense and damned near patriotic in my book. Just look at the guy’s stats. Then take a look at his attitude, who he associates with (his girlfriend especially) and what comes out of his mouth. There’s your answer.
You have a right to free speech, but you also have to face the consequences of said free speech. Grow up already. One of those consequences is not being signed by a team that resides in a city where the sons and daughters of Cuban exiles live. They are not going to cheer for a communist, Castro-loving leftist as their quarterback. EVER. Miami did the right thing here. He seems to think virtue-signaling calls the right plays… not so much. Just say no to Kaepernick period.
— Tariq Nasheed (@tariqnasheed) August 6, 2017
You can tell how much people hate Kaepernick because they are actually defending Jay Cutler. In any other circumstance they kill Cutler.
— Robert Littal (@BSO) August 6, 2017
But not signing Kaepernick is a "football" decision, right? https://t.co/h3fF4digHL
— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) August 6, 2017
— Ferrari Forbes (@ferrariforbes) August 5, 2017
So I wake up to this bum ass nigga jay cutler being signed and kaepernick still doesn't have a team ….. how?
— Drazen (@mammonism1) August 6, 2017
Remember how idiots used to say signing Kaepernick would be a distraction? Now the Dolphins sign an awful locker room guy.
— mike freeman (@mikefreemanNFL) August 6, 2017
The Dolphins didn't sign Jay Cutler over Colin Kaepernick to make a statement, they signed Cutler because he's simply better pic.twitter.com/rwlNHLs0Mf
— Harrison Whiteside (@26whiteside26) August 6, 2017
— Fox News Fan (@FNC_Ladies_Rule) August 6, 2017
Kaepernick has remained unemployed for three reasons:
First, some teams genuinely believe that he can’t play.
Second, some teams fear the backlash from fans after getting him.
Third, the rest genuinely hate him and can’t stand what he did [kneeling for the National Anthem]. They want nothing to do with him and they won’t move on. They think showing no interest is a form of punishment. I think some teams also want to use Kaepernick as a cautionary tale to stop other players in the future from doing what he did!
He has created a mess, not only for his own career, but for the NFL. But his actions had a significant impact on his playing ability as well.
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