FishHawk II

Who is going to hire him now?

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In a Twitter message Saturday, the former San Francisco 49ers player denounced the nation's 244th birthday as a “celebration of white supremacy.”  FishHawk. 

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He can’t play anymore and he knows it. Just stirring the political pot. Another useful idiot. Hopefully his gal pal goes full jihadi on him

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The United States has been very good to him.  He took opportunities he was provided, worked hard, and rose to the top of his profession.  Once at the top, he became a fool and a pawn, and then the fall began.  End of story, or so it should be.

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Nike is the problem. Their number one spokes person hates America. He tells others that they should hate America, too.

 

Never mind that the products being sold to those who oppose slavery, are produced by a company that profiteers off of slavery.

 

Just say No to Nike junk.

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19 mins ago, pakalolo said:

And anyone cares what he says because --------?

Unfortunately a whole group of dysfunctional misfits who use his shtick to drive their narrative 

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43 mins ago, FishinMortician said:

Nike is the problem. Their number one spokes person hates America. He tells others that they should hate America, too.

 

Never mind that the products being sold to those who oppose slavery, are produced by a company that profiteers off of slavery.

 

Just say No to Nike junk.

Like those Nike sneakers being assembled by "slave" labor in third world countries?  Why isn't Kaepernick forcing Nike to make shoes with unionized black labor?  At wages equal to a "fair" living wage? 

Don't Asian Lives Matter to him?

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1 hour ago, MikeM58 said:

The United States has been very good to him.  He took opportunities he was provided, worked hard, and rose to the top of his profession.  Once at the top, he became a fool and a pawn, and then the fall began.  End of story, or so it should be.

Disagree. 

 

His fall was before he became a fool and a pawn. 

 

 

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