There’s been a nationwide revolt against 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick over the past 48 hours from football fans and non-football fans alike after his decision to protest the National Anthem.
The last uprising this big was that of the tragic death of Harambe, who was shot after a child somehow fell inside his Cincinnati Zoo enclosure.
Now, people all over social media are (we’re hoping jokingly) are promoting the idea of using Kaepernick as a sacrificial lamb in exchange for the gorilla, who’s now beyond an internet sensation. This is the world and generation we live in. What a time to be alive.
I vote we sacrifice Colin Kaepernick in exchange for Harambe.
— Alex Regan (@alexregannnn) August 29, 2016
Anyway we sacrifice Colin Kapernick to get Harambe back?
— NFL Memes (@TheRealNFLMemes) August 29, 2016
It makes me sick that Colin Kaepernick didn’t stand for the national anthem while Harambe would give anything to be able to stand again. rip
— Erik C Miller (@Erikus_Maximus) August 28, 2016
Colin Kaepernick makes me sick. Harambe was a proud American and died for this country and you can’t even stand to show him respect.
— Dr. Borus (@ConorBorus) August 27, 2016
Rt if you respect Harambe more than Colin Kaepernick
— Kolton Smith (@k_s_rippin) August 28, 2016
Colin Kaepernick doesn’t think America’s great, huh? You know who did?
— BigHeadSports (@BigHeadSports) August 27, 2016
Kaepernick’s a piece of shit. Low life, piece of cow dung. Bet he didn’t love Harambe either. He just looking for a reason to be relevant
— Stoeffy (@thestoeffysofar) August 27, 2016
What if Colin Kaepernick wanted to remain seated to have a moment of silence for Harambe???
— pwnteam (@pwnteam) August 27, 2016
Updated 49ers Depth Chart:
1) Blaine Gabbert
2) Jeff Driskel
3) Christian Ponder
5) Colin Kaepernick
— Tommy (@Tommy_In_Bama) August 27, 2016
Harambe didn’t give his life to be disrespected by people like Colin Kaepernick
— GarrettPatrick (@GarrettPatrick1) August 29, 2016
Can the 49ers trade Kaepernick for Harambe
— Andrew (@Andrew_Dodd16) August 28, 2016