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Fuck Brett Favre For Comparing Colin Kaepernick To Pat Tillman

Bill Menzel, William J. Hauser, Wikipedia

Pandering has been taken to yet another level… and it is once-sacred territory that even this ‘movement’ to laud every black person with gushing praise and love should not encroach. September 11, 2001 is not only a date that should make every American stand with pride, but protect, as well.

Enter Black Lives Matter.

Albeit the ‘group’ or the movement; it has taken off with the help of the political left with the speed of “The Blob,” for those of you who recall the 1958 horror flick starring Steve McQueen. The latest salvo to be fired by the knee-taking mentality to bow to the blacks is courtesy of Brett Favre. The Hall of Fame quarterback had the audacity to compare Colin Kaepernick to Pat Tillman and it should be a wake-up call to anyone who doubted that if wave of cucking had any safe zones or not.

During a recent interview with TMZ Sports, Favre was saying that Kaepernick “has helped his cause tremendously and is worthy of much praise and respect” and mistakenly characterized the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback’s absence from the NFL as a conscious and intended decision.

“It’s not easy for a guy his age — black or white, Hispanic, whatever — to stop something that you’ve always dreamed of doing, and put it on hold, maybe forever, for something that you believe in,” Favre said, conveniently forgetting that Kaepernick has never announced his retirement and successfully sued the league for collusion against him not getting another shot since he declined his player option to become an unrestricted free agent following the 2016 season. The Nevada alum has been anything but a martyr, continuously stating publicly that he wants to play football again.


But then Favre committed the ultimate sin – comparing a cop-hating, America-condemning race baiter to Pat Tillman, who legitimately walked away from a short but successful NFL career to become a U.S. Army Ranger after radical Islamic terrorists killed thousands of Americans on what will always be infamously known as ‘9-11.’ And not only did Tillman go to fight for his country to get revenge against the purveyors of this attack, he was tragically killed in a friendly fire incident in Afghanistan.

“I can only think of right off the top of my head, Pat Tillman is another guy that did something similar,” Favre commented. “And, we regard him as a hero. So, I’d assume that hero status will be stamped with Kaepernick, as well.”

Yes, Tillman is a hero who should always be remembered for making the ultimate sacrifice. But it is an attempt at staining his memory by trying to pair him with someone who spoke bad of America on July 4, 2017 with an Instagram post from Africa.

“How can we truly celebrate independence on a day that intentionally robbed our ancestors of theirs? To find my independence, I went home,” he wrote from Ghana.

Not exactly what one would expect to hear from an American “hero,” Mr. Favre.


But that’s just the tip of the iceberg with Kaepernick, who has worn a T-shirt of Fidel Castro and spoke highly of the late Cuban communist murderous dictator. His public wardrobe also includes shirts with Che Guevara (infamous Marxist from Bolivia who fought in the Cuban revolution), Huey P. Newton (co-founder of the original Black Panther Party, a domestic terrorist organization that executed police officers in the turbulent 1970s) and Malcolm X (a spokesman for the Nation of Islam, a radical group that preached white people were “devils,” called for their immediate demise of the white race and that blacks were superior to whites) and Muhammad Ali (a member of the Nation of Islam who sat in the front row of a Manhattan courtroom to support the defendant in the 1972 NYPD Harlem Mosque incident which resulted in the death of Police Officer Phillip W. Cardillo. The legendary boxer made a spectacle of himself by publicly stating he was attending the trial as a “moral witness” for the defense attorney Saad El‐Amin, whom Ali described as a “deeply religious man.” The trial judge Justice Evans considered Ali’s statement was an “indirect means of creating an atmosphere to surround this case.”)

The ‘take a knee’ situation was started by Kaepernick during the 2016 NFL preseason (to be exact, he began his protest by sitting on the bench during the playing our our National Anthem) and explained why to reporter Steve Wyche.

“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color,” he told Wyche. “To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

Subsequent statements clarified that Kaepernick’s protest was not against the military, but rather the police and he showed his disdain for them by wearing ‘pig’ socks during practice.

So of course with the wave of anti-police sentiment since the death of George Floyd in Minnesota, every person and company who wants to appear ‘woke’ has gone out of their way to praise black people and denounce their white privilege. Roger Goodell, who has become the chief panderer, put out a video statement that was repulsive and encouraged teams to sign Kaepernick to put the cherry on top. But even he did not invoke the sacred comparison to 9-11.

When is enough going to be enough? We won’t even bother going into the perks that the NFL wants to put in place giving teams extra draft picks for hiring minorities as coaches and in the front office, the cry for criminal justice reform, defunding/abolishing the police, no cash bail, rioting, looting, assaults on the police, CHAZ/CHAD autonomous zones taken over as if it was a scene from “Mad Max”  and the outright hatred for President Donald Trump; those are all topics for another day.

But a line was crossed with Favre’s statement and this battle has gone up yet another rung in the ladder of what is shaping up to be a civil/race war.

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