Colin Kaepernick (aka, “Sitting Bullshit”) continues to appropriate the cult of victimology.

 

This tired, uninspired clown.

 

How utterly shameless can a person be? Are there any marginalized Official Victim Groups which Colin Kaepernick doesn’t feel indebted to pay his own ostentatious brand of homage?

 

 

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick traveled to Alcatraz Island to participate in the Indigenous People’s Sunrise Gathering for Thanksgiving Thursday.

 

The event, also called “Un-Thanksgiving Day,” took place on Alcatraz to remember the group of American Indians who took control of the island prison between 1969-1971 in an attempt to claim the island for their people, reports KTLA.

 

“Today, I was on Alcatraz Island at the Indigenous People’s Sunrise Gathering, in solidarity with those celebrating their culture and paying respects to those that participated in the 19 month occupation of Alcatraz in an effort to force to honor the Treaty of Fort Laramie,” Kaepernick said in a tweet.

 

An American Indian elder also gave Kaepernick two eagle feathers, after which the former quarterback gave a speech declaring they were all fighting the same battle.

 

“I’m very humbled to share this space with all of you. Our fight is the same fight. We’re all fighting for our justice, for our freedom. And realizing that we’re in this fight together makes us all the more powerful,” Kaepernick said in a Twitter video.

 

 

 

Colin Kaepernick…between his BLM (the quasi-“B,” that he is) virtue signaling, NFL knee-groveling, and his newest affectation involving the “rights” of indigenous Americans, is in danger of catapulting his tiresome beak into “peak Kaepernick” territory.  His self-righteous preaching from the mantle of professionally overpaid athletes exhausts common sense and decency.  His habitual appropriation of the culture of victimization defies boundaries.

 

 

 

Sitting Bullshit’s Last Stand


 

 

The stage is set for do-goody-two-shoes Kaepernick  and fellow reservation traveler, Elizabeth.

 

 

 

 

 

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