"Two white men claiming the system is rigged for whites, as they rig the system to enrich themselves is funny," Candace Owens falsely claimed about Colin Kaepernick and Shaun King.
""Hey @Kaepernick7 after a lot of thought, we have decided it's best to just do it. #America," the tweet from the Tennessee Smokies read, and included photos of the team's field with a Betsy Ross flag drawn on the infield.
"Words matter, symbols matter too," Georgetown professor Michael Eric Dyson said. "Why don't we wear a swastika for July Fourth? Because I don't know, it makes a difference. The cross burning on somebody's lawn... because those symbols are symbols of hate."
Nike pulled its "Air Max 1" shoes after pressure from the former NFL player Colin Kaepernick who said he was unhappy with the 13-star American flag on its heel.
Nike announced it would nix selling a new shoe with an Revolutionary War-era American flag after Colin Kaepernik expressed displeasure with the flag, calling it offensive.
"Cheering on America to own the libs," the NRCC tweeted, after sharing a video of a Colin Kaepernick interception Tuesday.
The Air Max 1 USA design was slated to go on sale at retail stores this week but a call from the former NFL player and activist reportedly resulted in Nike pulling the sneaker.
Former NFL star Colin Kaepernick reportedly pressured Nike over the footwear emblazoned with 18th century U.S. flag.
The shoe was to feature a "Betsy Ross Flag" on its heel, and was expected to celebrate Independence Day.
At least six Ole Miss players took a knee while "The Star-Spangled Banned" played before the game against the University of Georgia.
"Being a sports store without Nike is kind of like being a milk store without milk," the store's owner said.
Marsha Howard, a senior at the University of Wisconsin, sits on the bench with her head bowed and eyes closed during the playing of the national anthem.
Wisconsin Republicans say they're blocking a Black History Month resolution for including Colin Kaepernick "for obvious reasons."
Vice President Mike Pence said the government shutdown was not a mistake because it showed Trump standing up for what he believed in.
"I just don't like the reports that I see coming out having to do with football…I mean, it's a dangerous sport and I think it's really tough," the president said.
Maroon 5 will headline the halftime show of Super Bowl LIII on Sunday.
The NFL commissioner suggested the former 49ers QB was out of football as no team thought he'd improve them.
The rapper will join Maroon 5 and Big Boi on stage in Atlanta on February 3.
Rush Limbaugh said black NFL players including Colin Kaepernick don't "need to kneel anymore" thanks to the successful Senate passage of a criminal justice reform bill backed by President Donald Trump and Jared Kushner.
In October the actress urged bands to boycott the halftime show over the NFL's treatment of Colin Kaepernick.
The unnamed woman was the only cheerleader to protest ahead of the national anthem on Thursday night.
Comedian and actress Amy Schumer questioned why more white NFL players don't kneel during the National Anthem in solidarity with their black teammates.
"Because of the controversy, a lot of cops criticized him. Me being aligned with him was seen as standing with the enemy."
The doll has been taken down.
Despite backlash from the school and politicians, she's standing her ground.
The jerseys carried an #ImWithKap hashtag, with the proceeds going to charity.