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Sep 04 2018

Colin Kaepernick Becomes Face of Nike

Moonbat “virtue” signaling has been the big fad in corporate America lately, with each company trying to outflank the others on the Left with its public posturing. Now one has gone too far. Nike has declared war on its own country by making former football player and anti-American demagogue Colin Kaepernick the face of the company with a 10-year contract.

The contract is a “wide endorsement,” providing Kaepernick with “his own branded line including shoes, shirts, jerseys and more.”

A new ad features Kaepernick’s irritatingly self-important face in black and white and the words, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”

Like the ideology Kaepernick personifies, the ad is a lie. Kaepernick did not sacrifice anything. He was a washed-up, overpaid benchwarmer when he started up with his anti-American antics during the national anthem. His athletic career was ending when he opted out of his contract in 2017. Now he has switched to a lucrative new career as a professional racial arsonist and hater of America.

You can’t boycott every product of companies that strike left-wing poses. But after this, to wear anything featuring a Nike swoosh is to hawk up a clot of phlegm and spit it on Old Glory.

Imagine trying to look a legless vet in the eye after he sees Nikes on your feet.

#NikeBoycott is trending.

On tips from Varla and Chuck A.




10 Responses to “Colin Kaepernick Becomes Face of Nike”

  1. […] you have any respect for your country and those who have served it, you aren’t likely to buy Nikes. If you feel the same way about the Second Amendment, you won’t buy Levi’s either. […]

  2. […] agree that Colin Kaepernick is a cockroach, and that Nike making this washed-up former athlete the face of their product explicitly because of his theatrical disrespect for America is beyond reprehensible; it is […]

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  4. […] reference is of course to Black Lives Matter moonbats in the National Felons League. Inspired by Face of Nike Colin Kaepernick, they engage in disrespectful antics during the national anthem to protest America […]

  5. […] hating law enforcement officers is trendier than ever among lefties these days. Nike apparently believes its Colin Kaepernick ads will generate enough revenue to more than make up for […]

  6. […] you still own anything made by Nike, today would be a good day to throw it in the trash where it […]

  7. […] has won the corporate race to the furthest extreme of in-your-face moonbattery by making the rabidly anti-American and anti–law enforcement Colin Kaepernick the face of its new […]

  8. […] undermining a precious ritual the helps hold the country together in divisive times. Consequently, Nike is plastering his homely face all over the country, together with propaganda spinning the lowlife […]

  9. […] you are selling to socialists, socialist ideology can make business sense. Consider Nike choosing Colin Kaepernick — known far more for insulting his country than for his past football skills — as its public […]

  10. […] anti-police ideology glorified on college campuses and by Nike has apparently filtered down to a McDonald’s in rural Kansas, where an officer was […]

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