Colin Kaepernick calls out Donald Trump and anti-Muslim remarks

Dec 11, 2015 at 11:23 AM--


In a number of Instagram posts, San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick called out presidential candidate Donald Trump and discrimination in general.

Kaepernick, who was placed on season-ending injured reserve to have surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder, made four posts on Instagram. Each calling Trump out for a different reason and then closed it out with a quote from retired Air Force Colonel Thomas Moe with the caption, "Food for thought!"

The Instagram posts are included below following the video.



Racism and discrimination isn't OK we are all human beings! Things need to change!

A photo posted by colin kaepernick (@kaepernick7) on


These are facts! What are you really scared of?

A photo posted by colin kaepernick (@kaepernick7) on



Food for thought!

A photo posted by colin kaepernick (@kaepernick7) on






More San Francisco 49ers News



John Lynch expects to keep Fred Warner, calls linebacker a 'big part of the fabric' of the 49ers

By David Bonilla
Jan 4, 2021

San Francisco 49ers fans started to get a little worried last year as the season drew closer and All-Pro tight end George Kittle still didn't have a contract extension. That all got resolved around mid-August, though. Could the 49ers be facing a similar challenge with linebacker Fred Warner, who is preparing to enter the final year of his rookie deal? Obviously, general manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan would prefer to lock up their young defensive star for the foreseeable future, and they expect that to happen. That doesn't mean extending Warner will be easy. The 49ers will need to reward the linebacker financially while juggling the complexities of a shrinking salary cap. "We talk about challenges, and those challenges are there,"

Read the Full Article


Trent Williams calls 49ers his No. 1 destination but is curious about his free agency value

By David Bonilla
Jan 5, 2021

Veteran left tackle Trent Williams may be one of the San Francisco 49ers' most important offseason decisions. During last year's draft, the team traded for him as a replacement for the retired Joe Staley. William was to anchor the offensive line. Some questioned whether there would be some rust after the tackle missed all of the 2019 season. Williams finished the season as Pro Football Focus' highest-graded tackle and second-highest-graded offensive lineman. The 49ers cannot use the franchise tag on Williams. That was part of his deal's restructured final year, which was reworked following the trade from Washington to San Francisco. Now, Williams is slated to become a free agent. He would like to return to the 49ers, and the team would certainly like

Read the Full Article


49ers sign TE Chase Harrell and DB Jared Mayden to futures contracts, waive LS Colin Holba

By David Bonilla
Jan 6, 2021

The San Francisco 49ers announced a few minor roster moves on Wednesday. The team has signed tight end Chase Harrell and defensive back Jared Mayden to reserve/futures contracts. Both players finished the 2020 season on the 49ers' practice squad. San Francisco has also waived long snapper Colin Holba. He was signed on December 29, 2020, after the team's regular long snapper, Taybor Pepper, was placed on the reserve/COVID-19

Read the Full Article

Featured

More Featured Stories

Trending News

More News
Share 49erswebzone