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Colin Kaepernick Finally Addresses Ridiculous Rumors About Standing For Anthem + VP Mike Pence's Staged Walk Out Gets Him Dragged

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Colin Kaepernick has finally addressed those ridiculous rumors that said he would stand for the national anthem if given another chance in the NFL. See what he said, plus how 49ers player Eric Reid is reacting to Vice President Mike Pence staged game walk out inside….

Over the weekend, it was reported by a CBS reporter that Colin Kaepernick would STAND for the national anthem. But, that was FAR from the truth.

Before Colin could speak on the issue, the reporter came back to retract his article, claiming he didn’t discuss the issue with Colin when they spoke.

Reporter Jason La Canfora issued a series of tweets clearing up what he meant, saying he was replaying previous reports about Kaepernick. Whatever. The story still came out and it was absolutely false. Sounds like someone was looking for their 15 minutes of fame.

The former San Francisco QB took to his Twitter to address the rumors, but in a subliminal tweet. It’s pretty obvious what he’s referring to, using a quote from Winston S. Churchill:

 

There's that.

 

Colin's girlfriend/HOT 97 radio personality Nessa didn't waste any time to pop back at the rumors when they started making rounds on the Internet:

 

 

As it stands, Kaepernick is still unsigned even though the 49ers could REALLY use them this season. They're 0-5. Bloop!

Speaking of the NFL...

 

 

Vice President Mike Pence decided he would attend the Indianapolis Colts VS. San Francisco 49ers game yesterday. Then, he was “outraged” that NFL players took a knee during the national anthem and left the game. So, he didn’t know this was going to happen? The 49ers have only been kneeling for the last year or so.  *rolls eyes*

Come to find out, 45 asked VP Pence and his wife to leave the game if players kneeled during the game.

Once Pence left the game, he put his Twitter fingers in action:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After the game, 49ers safety Eric Reid reacted to VP Pence leaving the stadium after players kneeled during the anthem, dubbing it a “PR stunt.” And we’d have to agree.

"He knew our team has had the most players protest. He knew that we were probably going to do it again," Reid said, according to a video from Jennifer Lee Chan, a reporter for NinersNation.com. "This is what systemic oppression looks like. A man with power comes to the game, tweets a couple of things out and leaves the game with an attempt to thwart our efforts."

Peep a clip from his interview below:

 

 

Then, there's this....

 

 

 

 

 

 

#MikePence tried it. And Twitter read him and #45 for filth. #NFL

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And this tweet sums up our thoughts on VP Pence right now:

 

 

The staged foolery of it all.

 

 

 

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