Mike Rowe Points To 9/11 Hero When He’s Asked About Nike & Kaepernick
I have great respect and admiration for Mike Rowe.
I don’t think there is anything brave about Kaepernick. Disrespectful, unpatriotic, ungrateful, foolish, and a lot of other similar words. There are so many examples of bravery and heroics and Kaepernick isn’t one of them.
Today also marks 6 yr anniversary of Benghazi murders. Or, as Hussein says “a conspiracy theory.”
“Rowe continued, “Tom’s last act on earth was one of the most courageous things imaginable. And his last words to his wife, Deena, are among the most inspiring I’ve ever heard.” https://t.co/XwkI236U4i pic.twitter.com/0ReJe8uf7J
— Deplorable News (@DeplorableNews) September 11, 2018
Mike Rowe pointed to the bravery of one of the passengers on Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001 when asked his thoughts about Nike’s latest ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick.
In the ad, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback is featured with the words, “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything.”
“Nike’s free to celebrate whomever they wish, and Kaepernick is entitled to his opinion–kneeling, standing, or lying down,” the 56-year-old television host explained on his Facebook Monday. “But if I was going to put someone’s face on a billboard – someone who epitomized bravery and sacrifice – I might have gone another way, especially this time of year. I might have gone with this guy – Tom Burnett.” More