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Nike In Huge Trouble – Blood All Over Their Hands After Supporting Cop-Hating Kaepernick

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Cop-Hating Colin Kaepernick is arguably not a very bright human being. Despite this, somehow he has managed to get Nike to support his disgusting attempt to grab fame through his hatred of police officers, for America, and everything good she truly stands for. Yes, Nike, the company that has been around since the 1960’s and has seen the many afflictions this great country has endured and triumphed through over time. Yet still chooses to support a man whose actions and words reflect hatred for American heroes and his desire to destroy this great country with his twisted beliefs and lies.

In 2018 alone, there have already been 105 American police officers killed in the line of duty, and the year isn’t over yet. This fact would give someone like Kaepernick a reason to rejoice and even celebrate, with zero regard for the young families or posterity that has been left behind to live on. Live on without these men and women who literally gave their everything to the American people, working to protect and serve all while knowing that it could mean their very lives. Just because they signed up for the job knowing of the danger it would put them in, does that make Kaepernick’s behavior acceptable?

NO!

In fact, it is because of his behavior and disregard for the truth, that people are becoming more numb to the heightened danger our police officers have found themselves in. It is because of people like Kaepernick and their dangerous agenda that police officers are even more so under attack, and scrutinized for every little move or decision they are forced to face everyday while they put their lives on the line for Americans. Including ungrateful, disrespecting anti-Americans like Colin Kaepernick.

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So now what? Nike has mistaken the Kaepernick bandwagon as an opportunity to stand-up for something, and be a part of this so-called movement that claims to be good and righteous, but in reality is in direct opposition of everything America stands for and its’ voice only calls for violence and hatred.

That’s what Nike has chosen to support. What did you say Colin? “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything” We hear you loud and clear. You believe what you think, and care not about what you know. As a result, your actions and your beliefs are resulting in sacrifice as you so put it. 105 police officers killed in the line of duty so far this year. It is not you who is sacrificing, it is them, and their families, and their communities, and the values of their country, and Nike supports this, and markets it like a thing to celebrate. It’s disgusting.

So does Nike have blood on their hands for passing off Kaepernick as a hero through their support? Take a look at some of the real heroes who know what true sacrifice is, and then answer that question.

“1. Sedgwick County Deputy Robert Kunze III was fatally shot on Sept. 16 during an altercation with a suspect. The 41-year-old was a 12-year veteran of the police department in Kansas.

“Robert was a great asset to the sheriff’s office,” said Sheriff Joe Easter. “Robert was an exceptional deputy who was loved by everyone he worked with.”

Kunze is survived by his wife and daughter.

2. Fort Worth police Officer Garrett Hull, 40, was shot in the head on Sept. 14 while conducting surveillance on a trio of robbery suspects in Fort Worth, Texas.

Hull, a 17-year veteran of the department, succumbed to his injuries later that day, the Dallas Moring News reported.

“We’ve lost a true hero,” Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald said at a news conference. “Someone who has dedicated more than one tour of service to this great city and was senselessly killed by three known criminals — two of which are in custody now.”

The officer is survived by his wife and two daughters, the Morning News reported.

“We take for granted that we are protected by these men and women in uniform, who are serving out community every day and fighting against the criminals that took Officer Hull’s life,” Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price said in a statement.

3. Fort Myers police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller, 29, was shot on July 21 when a suspect opened fire while he was responding to a call at a gas station in Fort Myers, Fla.

The police department announced a week later, on July 28, that he’d “passed away as a result of the injuries sustained” in the encounter.

Jobbers-Miller joined the force in September 2015, police said.

“Words cannot capture how we feel, but together we will all help each other during this time of need,” Lee County Undersheriff Carmine Marceno said in a Facebook post about Jobbers-Miller’s passing. Marceno described the fallen officer as “a true hero to us all.”

“Over the course of the last week, our entire community banded together to support Officer Jobbers-Miller and his family,” Marceno said in the post. “The thin blue line runs strong in Southwest Florida.”

4. Arizona State Trooper Tyler Edenhofer, 24, was fatally shot on July 25. A Navy veteran, Edenhofer had just graduated from the police academy in May.

“If you didn’t know Tyler, he was an amazing person, selfless, heroic, brave,” his sister said in a Facebook post.

According to the Arizona Republic, Edenhofer was based in Guam, working as a hull maintenance technician for the Navy prior to joining the police force. He was also engaged to be married.

Edenhofer was killed, and another officer was injured, when they got into an altercation with a man suspected of throwing objects from his car and driving erratically in Avondale, Arizona. At some point during the altercation, the suspect grabbed a trooper’s gun and fired two shots.

5. Officer Michael Michalski served Milwaukee for 20 years, including 17 years as an officer, the Milwaukee Police Department said.

Michalski, 52, was fatally shot on July 25 after he responded to a call regarding a wanted man. The suspect was apprehended.

“This is a difficult time for us. He was well loved by the department and was a friend of mine,” Milwaukee police chief Alfonso Morales said.

Michalski left behind a wife and three sons, according to the police department.

He is the second Milwaukee officer to die in the line of duty this year. Officer Charles Irvine Jr., was killed after the squad car he was in crashed while in pursuit of a reckless driver.

6. Kent police Officer Diego Moreno was killed while he was assisting with a vehicle pursuit on July 22. The Washington officer was deploying spike strips to stop a fleeing shooting suspect along a road when he was accidentally struck by a fellow officer’s vehicle.

Moreno was an eight-year veteran with the Kent Police Department, it said on Facebook, noting “his contributions to our department and positive impact on his co-workers and the community have been significant.”

“Make no question about this, were it not for the actions of this suspect or suspects, this officer would be alive today. It’s directly because of the suspect or suspect’s actions that led to the officer’s death,” Washington State Patrol Capt. Ron Mead said.

According to KOMO-TV, Moreno earned many awards while with the police department, including an honor for exceptional duty after he saved a woman from a fire. He was also recognized from saving someone from an overdose last year.

Additionally, Moreno was a Spanish translator and hostage negotiator, KOMO reported.”

These are just a few of our fallen heroes of so many that deserved to go out knowing their sacrifice was not in vain. It is people like Kaepernick, and powers like Nike, that have created platform for hate, that now casts shadows over the line between right and wrong, good and evil. They are leading the way for the ignorant to fall into their traps of lies and twisted truths, with their so-called “motivational” ad campaigns, and there is only one way to fight back.

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Kurt Russel SHOWED Overpaid Celebs To Shut Up About Trump – Hits Them Where It Hurts!

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Since the second that Donald Trump was declared as our next president, liberals have not stopped complaining about the outcome, even after more than a year with him in the White House. The despicable display reached the height of annoyance during every ego-stroking awards ceremony since President Trump was elected. All have turned into a Trump-trashing session for pissed of celebrities to get far too much off their chest about our unapologetic leader.

However, not everyone in Hollywood shares the same opinion as the most outspoken offender, Meryl Streep, as Kurt Russell just showed her and all of Trump’s other famous foes that it’s time to shut up about our president.

If you haven’t heard much from Russell lately, it’s because he falls into the rare category of celebrities who isn’t crying over Hillary Clinton’s loss and doesn’t feel that he needs to make his political opinions known. He’s simply doing what he’s paid well to do and wishes others in the biz would too. Since they continue to throw tantrums and trash Trump on a public stage, Russell reached his breaking point and finally fired back hard.

“This is a business that’s heavily promulgated by people who have a politically liberal bent,” Russell began in his blistering beratement of these overpaid crybabies after what Streep said at the Golden Globes. “I don’t begrudge them that. I’m a libertarian; frankly, I think my liberalness goes far beyond theirs in a lot of ways,” he added, as reported by the American Lookout. “But yeah, we think differently, and maybe that’s cut me out of some things. I don’t care,” he said before dropping a brutal announcement on these Streep and her lemmings that left them burning.

Explaining that they’re not empowered in this business by their disgraceful attitudes against our leaders, the badass actor said they better be prepared to put their money where their nasty mouths are since they could be out of work. “People know I get along great with all kinds of directors, all kinds of actors. And I tell you, you hire me, I will show up, 24/7, and I will give you 100%. I will help you fix whatever problems come up. You hire me, I’m your boy. It’s just, it’s all about the work. And when that’s done, I am done.”

Kurt has said recently that “the last thing I like to watch is entertainers or actors get political,” which he just proved by clearly pointing out that nobody cares what celebrities have to say about politics, and that their obnoxious behavior only shows how unemployable they are. They need to just stick to what they are overpaid to do and leave the rest to the adults in charge.

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‘First Man’ Crashes In The Box Office Following Flag Controversy

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Hollywood never seems to learn. It is not smart to piss off the American people. Leftists are always wanting to rewrite history. No more supporting these types of movies.

Let them fail. They don’t deserve your money. The left hates America. It continues to show every day.

By the way, Ryan Gosling.. It was an American achievement.

From The Daily Wire:

“First Man,” the Neil Armstrong biopic about the 1969 moon landing, failed to blast off in the box office weekend following a heated controversy over director Damien Chazelle’s decision to omit the astronaut’s planting of the American flag on the lunar surface.

“The visceral historical drama got grounded in its domestic debut with $16.5 million, despite positive reviews,” The Hollywood Reporter reports. Internationally, “First Man” performed even worse, earning just $8.6 million in 22 markets. With a production price tag of $70 million plus another $50 to $100 million in marketing costs, the film could be a major loss for Universal Pictures.

Despite the poor numbers, Universal has expressed confidence the film will perform well over time after getting major boosts this coming awards season, during which it is expected to be nominated for various top prizes.

“Our core audience, adult males, don’t necessarily run out on opening weekend,” says Jim Orr, Universal’s president of domestic distribution. “We’ll have a great run for weeks and months to come.”

Though critics have heaped praise upon the film with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 88%, audiences have been less enthusiastic. It holds just a 7.7 rating on IMDB with a B+ audience rating on CinemaScore. On Rotten Tomatoes, the audience rating was even worse at just 60%.

In fairness to Orr, his projection that “First Man” could pull in big numbers over time is not without precedent. Both “Bridge of Spies” and “Argo” debuted to dismal box office receipts but went on to gross well past the $150 million mark during awards season. The big BUT to that, however, is that none of those films were dogged by the same controversy “First Man” stepped into the moment its star Ryan Gosling said the American flag planting was intentionally omitted.

“I think this was widely regarded in the end as a human achievement [and] that’s how we chose to view it,” Gosling said of the decision.

After hearing of this, Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, blasted the film, prompting a fierce backlash. Since no evidence currently exists that the controversy is spurring the bad performance, time will tell if the critical success of “First Man” will propel it to financial success.”

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