When college football players get drafted (or signed) to an NFL team, they first go to the NFL combine. It is here where coaches can finally see these athletes up close, while getting to know them on a personal level.
In other words, it’s a job interview. Nothing more.
If you are a coach or general manager or team owner, wouldn’t you want some one-on-one time with a kid that you’re about to turn into a multi-millionaire overnight? Yeah, I thought so.
But anthem-kneeling race-baiter Colin Kaepernick sees things differently. Of course he does.
Netflix gave Colin Kaepernick appearances and speaking roles in their documentary series about his life, Colin In Black & White.
In the series, which Kaepernick narrates, the former 49er appears in a scene where he talks about NFL prospects being “poked, prodded, and examined” for defects before the NFL Draft. The players at the combine then leave the NFL field and enter a mid-1800’s slave auction where white landowners examine slaves for purchase.
Colin Kaepernick compares the NFL combine, which allows all players of all races a voluntary chance to become multi-millionaires, to slavery. Anyone still defending this imbecile lacks a functional brain. pic.twitter.com/rMaKi7c6xh
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) October 30, 2021
This weekend: Terry McAuliffe used a black white supremacist as a campaign prop, Colin Kaepernick claimed that the NFL Combine is a slave auction, and Ibram Kendi said tweeting through a ratio is equivalent to resisting slavery.
— Christopher F. Rufo ⚔️ (@realchrisrufo) October 31, 2021
Colin Kaepernick compares the NFL to slavery. I doubt in human history slaves were ever in the top 1% of the income bracket, but what do I know.
— Glenn Gilbertti (@TheRealDisco) October 31, 2021