Colin Kaepernick assimilated a high propagandize football group in a criticism Friday night in Oakland, California, where countless players were photographed fibbing on their backs with their hands lifted while a San Francisco 49ers quarterback kneeled during a pregame personification of a inhabitant anthem.
Kaepernick visited with players from Castlemont High School and spoke with a group in a locker room before a game, revelation them that “you are important, we make a difference, this matters. Everything we do matters.”
Castlemont’s football group gained courtesy in a Bay Area final weekend when players kneeled with their fists lifted in a atmosphere during a inhabitant anthem.
Videos began present early Saturday morning on amicable media of Kaepernick addressing a group and thanking them for their initial protest.
“I had to come support we all, since a same approach we all took a mount and stood with me, we had to come out here and mount with we all,” Kaepernick told a players. “So we conclude what we all did. we adore we all. You all are my brothers, I’m here with you.”
The print of a players and coaches fibbing on their backs, tweeted by former NFL linebacker Kirk Morrison among others, also shows Kaepernick in a credentials on one knee.
Kaepernick primarily began his criticism by sitting during a inhabitant anthem during NFL preseason games, citing secular misapplication and deadly military shootings in a United States. He has kneeled during a anthem for any of a 49ers’ initial dual regular-season games this season.