Sunday on his Fearless podcast, journalist Jason Whitlock slammed cop-hating Marxist and former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick over the Netflix series about his life, Colin In Black & White, saying the show should instead be titled Daddy Issues.
Referring to the disdain in which Kaepernick’s adoptive parents lamented his cornrow hairstyle, Whitlock said the hairstyle and other similar hairstyles showed Kaepernick had “daddy issues” and spent more time at the hair salon with his mother than at a barbershop with his father.
“Kaepernick, to this day, doesn’t know who he is,” Whitlock declared. “He has severe daddy issues. When you know who you are, you don’t concern yourself with ‘micro-aggressions.’”
He continued, “The guy’s a clown, and you can see it in the damn mini-series that he put out on Netflix. He portrays himself as a clown. An ungrateful clown. Could you imagine two people adopting you when your real parents won’t? And then you take a shit on them in a six-part mini-series on Netflix? Who does that? People keep wondering why I say this stuff feels satanic. Two people adopt you, and … 32 years later, you put out a mini-series taking a dump on them?”
Whitlock added, “This is evil. This is wickedness. Two people come and rescue this boy, and he takes a dump on them in a documentary? They have to live with that. If they say something and object to the way they are portrayed, could you imagine what would happen to them in this culture, in this society we’ve created? They would be cast as the biggest racists in the world. And their crime is adopting a biracial son.”
“Anybody defending Kaepernick is repulsive,” he concluded correctly.