CBS reporter: I didn't talk to Kaepernick about kneeling

Casey Dawson
October 11, 2017

Soon after, the Know Your Rights Campaign, a youth campaign fully funded by Colin Kaepernick, posted a note to social media written by Kaepernick's girlfriend, Nessa Diab, that said the report was "completely false".

The tension between Donald Trump and the NFL players who've participated in the Take A Knee movement continues to grow after Vice President Mike Pence left the Indianapolis Colts game, per Trump's instructions, when team members kneeled for the national anthem.

An abundance of quarterbacks in the National Football League, whose skills are feeble compared to Kaepernick's, have been signed post his "freedom". "He's going to donate all his jersey sales and he's planning on standing for the anthem if given the opportunity, J.B".

Earlier this afternoon, reporter Jason La Canfora appeared on CBS to deliver some news related to free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

For his part, Kaepernick tweeted a quote from Winston Churchill, "A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its trousers on".

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La Canfora's report was picked up by several news outlets, including the Associated Press. He did so in protest of police violence towards African-Americans around the country. When asked if Kaepernick would kneel in protest if a team signed him, La Canfora said, "He's not planning on kneeling.

Churchill", Kaepernick quoted in a tweet on Sunday. He also said that players who don't stand should be fired.

After La Canfora backed off his earlier report, Kaepernick tweeted: "A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its trousers on", attributing the quote to Winston Churchill even though some scholars have said the quote was not said by the former British prime minister.

The president told the crowd at the rally on September 22 that teams should fire players who kneel during the anthem.

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