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Nov 18 2017

Colin Kaepernick’s Worst Nightmare

A couple of years ago, 500 high school choir students sang the Star-Spangled Banner in the 18-story atrium of a Hyatt hotel in Louisville as part of the Kentucky Music Educators Convention. Any moonbats in the building probably ran out screaming into the night:

Good thing Louisville doesn’t have an NFL team. If there had been a visiting team in the building, some of the players would have had to put their helmets on to keep their skulls from exploding.

On a tip from Chuck A.

11 Responses to “Colin Kaepernick’s Worst Nightmare”

  1. MAS says:


  2. Mack says:

    Danged public schools. right? And, hey, music isn’t STEM.

  3. MAS says:

    Oh look, it’s the head of his local teachers union…

  4. Mike says:

    Awesome. And to think that mooks like Kaepernick will never feel that quickening of the pulse, the tear coming to the eye and the small catch in the throat that real Americans get when something like this is sung.

  5. StephaneDumas says:

    Another song to trigger some trigglypuffs: “God bless America” performed by Kate Smith.

  6. ThunderBolt says:

    “Any moonbats in the building probably ran out screaming into the night”

    I’m sorry but that part is patently untrue. Two years ago, their democratic hivemind overlords hadn’t told them that their heads should explode about the anthem yet.

  7. Mike_W20 says:

    Maybe this’ll keep some of you patriots asleep for a bit, while your betters concentrate power and keep you in an absolutely pathetic position.
    Almost as good as another mass-murder of Americans, to keep American people distracted.

  8. 127guy says:

    No doubt the ACLU is suing the hotel and everyone involved.

  9. User6 says:

    That actually made me tear up a little. Thx for turning me on to this. I’d not seen it before. Patriotism isn’t a sin, it’s a sign of moral fiber and strong determination to see a better future thru your government for it’s people. We may have a government infiltrated with socialists, globalists and corporate flunkies but we still have a core of citizens who see thru the thin veneer of hate and lies and still cherish the promise and potential of America to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.

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