Colin Kaepernick unsurprisingly celebrated “Unthanksgiving Day” in San Francisco on Thursday by slamming the “US government” for having “stolen” over a “billion acres” from indigenous people.
“The US government has stolen over 1.5 billion acres of land from Indigenous people. Thank you to my Indigenous family, I’m with you today and always,” the unemployed and unemployable NFL quarterback tweeted from an annual event hosted by the International Indian Treaty Council, marking the 50th anniversary of the occupation of Alcatraz Island by Native American activists in 1969.
The cop-hating Kaepernick became notorious for kneeling during the national anthem prior to games, wearing socks depicting cops as pigs and t-shirts glorifying Communist dictators, and denouncing America as a racist nation.
He recently had an opportunity to work out before 25 NFL teams who might have been interested in rehiring him, but refused because no media were allowed.