Virginia Beach's Krossroads Cafe & Tavern Mocks Overpaid Football Players Protest & Is Called Racist?
There is a time and a place for everything, so when a football player sparks National debate on issues he feels justified to defend then he should have choose another way to get his point across and it could have come at the expense of a lot less enemies.
Kaepernick, Quarterback for the 49ers has one of the top five best selling jersey's on NFL.com of all time, but maybe more people are buying this jersey to protest with it themselves like Virginia Beach's Krossroads Cafe & Tavern than render support!
Which side are you on?
Over the 4th of July weekend a local to Virginia Beach, some Perry fella, made a big stink about this establishment choosing to express their free will of mocking Kaepernick's protest of not standing for the national anthem by taping Kaepernick's jersey to the floor and taking it to social media to post HIS opinions.. Hrm, sound familiar.. some opinionated schmuck trying to get his word out. Kaepernick feels that kneeling in protest to the National Anthem before an over paid football game is the time and place for whatever he feels is justified..
This establishment, Krossroads and other business owners throughout the country have used his Jersey as a door mat to express THIER freedoms as well. I think that to take away from the 2 minutes of honoring this Nation in silence is plain selfish.
There are a million concerning issues other than the protesting of "police and systemic oppression against African Americans and minorities in the U.S." than to disrespect all of America and those who have fought for you to live in the greatest country in the world where you can get away with this kind of freedom. You're welcome.
And to dismiss all the racism commentary around this bar just because Kaepernick's BLACK protesting about racist matters does not make disagreeing with him racist.. turn it around and it makes HIM look racist actually for again, not picking out one of the MANY other various reasons to protest but this one in particular, and at the wrong time to do it solidifies his negligent respect for this country with his personal confirmation basis and justifications for feeling it's right to do durring our National Anthem, overstepped sir.
Words of wisodom to this Perry fellow, and all who get easily offended by freedoms of expression, speech, etc. GET OVER IT.