Colin Kaepernick went from being an NFL QB whose name aligned with a Super Bowl and electric play to one who is now a symbol of a fight for reform and the extinction of racial oppression.
The disgraced former 49ers signal caller has turned to dedicating his life to social justice, and it’s no surprised that he wasn’t too pleased with the outcome of Friday’s jury decision in the Kyle Rittenhouse case.
The teenager, who traveled to Kenosha Wisconsin with an AR-15 to fight crime and rioters in the wake of Jacob Blake protests, shot and killed two man and wounded another. He walked away today exonerated of all five charges against him.
Kaepernick took to Twitter to let his thoughts he known, thoughts that include abolishing the entire justice system.
“We just witnessed a system built on white supremacy validate the terroristic acts of a white supremacist.