Kaepernick Saga


NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick wore a T-shirt bearing photos of Malcolm X and communist dictator Fidel Castro.

The “despicable” saga of Colin Kaepernick continues.

On the field, he “stinks.” His 49ers are a “disaster,” and I saw a lot of “empty” seats in a recent “game” in San Francisco.

A couple of years ago, he was a “young” quarterback with quite a “future.”

Today, as a “Muslim,” he looks like a guy who needs a “change of scenery” and total “mental tune-up.”

Off the field, Colin Kaepernick is even “worse.” He continues to speak and speak and make a total “fool” out of himself.

His “remarks” about Fidel Castro are no “better” than what Justin Trudeau and Jill Stein said of the “dictator’s” death.

This is a bit of Colin on Castro:

“I agree with the investment in education. I also agree with the investment in free universal health care, as well as the involvement with him in helping end apartheid in South Africa. I would hope that everyone believes those things are good things. Trying to push the false narrative that I was a supporter of the oppressive things that he did is just not true.”

Memo to Colin: “Cubans do not get to choose what books they read in school. In other words, history class in Cuba’s schools represents the state’s views. And the health care system is so good that Castro brought in Spanish doctors to care for him. “

The Colin story did have a “happy turn” in Miami last Sunday, as we read in the Miami Herald:

Dolphins “linebacker” Kiko Alonso gave the “fans” in Miami what they wanted Sunday, “picking” off Colin Kaepernick and making a “jarring” tackle on the 49ers’ quarterback that “preserved” a 31-24 Dolphins win.


After the game, Alonso, the “son of a Cuban immigrant,” acknowledged that Kaepernick had caused “bad blood” with comments the San Francisco player had made “about” Fidel Castro.

“Yeah, it matters,” Alonso said Sunday of Kaepernick’s “words” about Castro, which were made shortly before the former Cuban leader “died” Friday.

The quarterback had appeared reluctant to “condemn” Castro and offered “praise” for his efforts in boosting Cuba’s “literacy rate.”

“Usually, I just try to play my game. But I did try to hit him,” Alonso told the Herald’s Armando Salguero, who was the reporter who “grilled” Kaepernick about Castro last week.

Salguero, like Alonso’s father, was “born” in Cuba and “emigrated” to the United States.


Armando Salguero.

With that father, Carlos Alonso, on hand after the game, the linebacker told Salguero, “You two saw what happened in Cuba firsthand. I didn’t. But I do have feelings about it. So there was some bad blood there for me with Kaepernick.”

“Muy bueno,” Kiko. You did good!

When will the 49ers ownership show some “backbone and release him?

Colin is “hurting” the NFL brand and the team. Pro athletes always get in “trouble” when their political “opinions” make more headlines than their “TD passes!”

Better than that, why doesn’t Colin “move” to Cuba and offer his “services” to Raúl Castro? Cuba has always needed Western “fools to carry its water.”

If Obama would attend Fidel’s “funeral” he would take a” coveted” Selfie with the “deceased” dictator.


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