Ben & Jerry’s Honors Kaepernick With Billboard, Mural in Tampa

Ben & Jerry’s Honors Kaepernick With Billboard, Mural in Tampa

February 4, 2021

Ben & Jerry’s, the virtue-signaling, activist ice cream company that already named a flavor for cop-hating, national anthem protester Colin Kaepernick, now has erected a billboard and mural honoring him in Tampa Bay, which is hosting this year’s Super Bowl.

The sign depicts Kaepernick with a raised fist, next to his “Change the Whirled” flavor and signature “I Know My Rights” sign from his “Know Your Rights Camp.” The 30-foot-by-90-foot mural shows children wearing Kaepernick t-shirts and featuring phrases such as “Power to the People” and “I Know My Rights.” The children shown in the artwork are Tampa youth and Know Your Rights Camp (KYRC) volunteers.

“As we look back, it’s clear that Colin was on the right side of history,” said Chris Miller, head of Ben & Jerry’s global activism department. “His pre-game protests were before George Floyd’s murder, before the 2020 summer of racial reckoning. He knew a long time ago that we need to address the root causes of racism and the structures of our society that are so brutal to Black people. We wanted to be part of the effort to honor Colin’s courage and legacy because we share the same values.”

Kaepernick is not on the “right side of history,” which in any case is a false leftist perception about how history works. He is a race-hustler soaking woke corporate America for countless millions of dollars while fueling a war on cops and spouting Communist revolutionary and black supremacist slogans. And Ben & Jerry’s literally idolizes him.

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