Rush Limbaugh Responds To The Colin Kaepernick Fiasco, Points Out Strange Hypocrisy In Sports

August 29, 2016Aug 29, 2016

After Colin Kaepernick disgraced himself by refusing to stand for the national anthem before a preseason football because of his personal racial agenda, Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh was quick to point out the irony of his actions.

“It’s ironic that we have now a quarterback who was adopted and raised by a white family, who was scouted and signed by white scouts, was employed by white owners, the National Football League, decides now to steal the stage of the National Football League to make personal statements during the week he is about to be cut from the team because of his inability to play,” Rush said, implying that Kaepernick was just using his social justice, anti-American actions as a way to stay relevant.

Rush also pointed out that the liberal media is applauding Kaepernick for promoting a fake racial agenda just as they applauded when players from the St. Louis Rams ran onto the field with their hands in the air. “St. Louis Rams players can run onto the field with their hands up mimicking "hands up, don't shoot," something that did not happen in Ferguson, Missouri,” Limbaugh said. “Other players in the NFL and the NBA can wear T-shirts saying, "I can't breathe," which is a take on the Eric Garner situation in New York City, again misreported by the media. “

As the sporting world rallies around the liberal agenda and promotes false racial narratives, the leagues turn a blind eye towards actual issues in the community such as police officers being gunned down. Just recently the Dallas Cowboys requested to put a small sticker on their helmets to honor the five police officers that were murdered by a black supremacist. The NFL denied their request.

“I've warned everybody that the politicization the left has engaged in and this anti-American, transform America, America's unjust, America's immoral, I have been trying to sound the clarion for eight years about what we are headed for.  We're smack-dab in the middle of it now,” Rush said.