Colin Kaepernick is gentle being in a spotlight, though he does not go along with a idea that he’s a reason NFL ratings are down given he began sitting or kneeling for a inhabitant anthem to criticism secular inequality and military brutality.
During a discussion call with Miami reporters, Kaepernick was asked about polls that suggested his criticism was one of a reasons for a decline.
“They’re not examination football since of my position about fighting systematic hardship and wanting a same equivalence and leisure for all people? I would contend they substantially need to demeanour in a counterpart during what they value,” Kaepernick said, around Barry Jackson of a Miami Herald. “You know, if they’re OK with people being treated unfairly, being abused, being harassed, being terrorized, afterwards a problem is some-more with what they’re doing in their lives than it is about examination football games.”
While there positively are some people who don’t approve of his summary or his method, there are copiousness of other reasons for ratings to be down this year. But a domestic ire it combined (at a time when we had copiousness of others to understanding with) is also partial of a charge that has strike a NFL this season, one that a President-elect has taken credit for, while blaming Kaepernick as well.