Kaepernick on Soleimani Airstrike: ‘American imperialism’ Against ‘besieged Black and Brown’ People

Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick continues to spew his anti-American rhetoric.

This time, it’s over President Trump’s order to kill Iranian General Qasem Soleimani in an airstrike last week.

The airstrike followed the pro-Iran demonstrator’s attack earlier in the week on the U.S. Embassy in Iraq which caused damage to outer parts of the embassy compound.

Moreover, U.S. intelligence believed Soleimani arrived in Baghdad to plan additional attacks against U.S. personnel in Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East.

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Not surprising, Kaepernick made the airstrike about racism against “Black and Brown bodies.”

Kaepernick took to social media to bash America calling the attack an act of “American imperialism” against “besieged Black and Brown” people worldwide.

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) slammed Kaepernick on Fox News, saying, “He’s a loser on and off the field,” and called him a “racist.”

Others called Kaepernick out on social media.

Cries of racism are a sure way for Kaepernick to garner media attention and his activism continues to drive a wedge to divide, not unite, Americans.