As Kaepernick Complains About Not Being Invited to NFL Meeting, Benghazi Hero Sends Him This Photo

This Tuesday, a “weekly social activism” meeting was held by the NFL with players, in the midst of a controversial situation revolving around the national anthem protesters and the ever-declining viewership. And details now reveal that some players were furious over the fact that Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49-ers quarterback that is currently a free agent, wasn’t invited.

Colin was the first one to take a knee during the playing of the national anthem, and while he felt like a star a year ago, he is now furious over the fact that he didn’t receive an invitation and isn’t being signed by any of the 32 teams.

But not long after leftist Social Media users as well as fans and teammates of the protesting players took the debate to the Internet to rant about how Colin didn’t receive an invitation, famous Benghazi hero Kris “Tanto” Paronto, directly tweeted at Colin, regarding his activism, including a photo showing several American soldiers kneeling, with a caption that read “Real Men Taking a Knee.”

The entire controversial situation with the NFL has sparked tons of controversy around the nation, but it has also led to the people expressing their outrage over seeing their anthem being protested. The kneeling has also contributed to the ever-declining and catastrophic TV ratings, players burning seasonal tickets and leaving the stadiums mid-game nearly empty. As if that was not enough, several major sponsors of the league have also pulled their ads from the games, leaving the NFL in an extremely bad position.


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