Let it be documented that September 8, 2016 is the official day that the black militant social justice movement jumped the shark on it’s way to joining all other failed movements upon the scrapheap of history.  In actuality, the movement was pretty much stillborn when it chose to unify around a thug who was shot by a cop in Ferguson, Missouri. Michael Brown aka the “Gentle Giant” was on a collision course with the law well before he was blown away in the process of trying to wrestle the gun away from police officer Darren Wilson, the charlatans and travelers though turned him into the second coming of Martin Luther King Jr.

The Black Lives Matter morons embedded within their movement the seeds of it’s own destruction by their racist, non-inclusive name as well as their tactics which often culminated in wanton acts of stupidity such as attacking cops, property damage and blocking public roadways – not to mention serving as an inspiration to cop killers. One could say that without the help of the Democrats who badly needed to pander to black voters in order to cram the criminal Clintons down the throats of America, that they would have already sunk into irrelevance.

But somewhere along the road to the kingdom of black utopia, the movement took the fork in the road leading to parody, choosing to coalesce around a prematurely washed-up millionaire football player as though he were the messiah. Leading the fool’s parade is the president of the NAACP who unbelievably has taken to comparing Colin Kaepernick to the iconic civil rights figure Rosa Parks. It is an absurd comparison – even worse than the ones to Jackie Robinson – but if there has been anything that has defined the new movement from it’s inception has been it’s absurdity.

According to CBS Sports “NAACP president: ‘It’s not a stretch’ to compare Kaepernick to Rosa Parks”:

Sixty-one years after Rosa Parks became an everlasting symbol of the civil rights movement, NAACP president Cornell Williams Brooks says that he sees another symbol possibly emerging.

During an interview with USA Today this week, Brooks compared Kaepernick’s protest of the national anthem to Parks’ decision not to surrender her bus seat to a white passenger in 1955.

“It’s a lofty name, but it’s not a stretch,” Brooks said of comparing the two. “We’ll let history be the judge, how consequential Kaepernick’s action is.”

Kaepernick’s protest went public on Aug. 26 after he refused to stand for the national anthem during the 49ers’ third preseason game.

“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color,” Kaepernick said after the game. “To me, this is bigger than football, and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.”

Since then, Kaepernick has continued his protest, while also furthering his cause. The 49ers quarterback has pledged to donate $1 million to the communities that need it most. Kaepernick has also said that he’s going to donate all proceeds from his jerseys sales, which is a big deal because his No. 7 recently became the top-selling jersey in the country.

Brooks likes what he sees from Kaepernick and would like to help his cause.

The NFL’s Seattle Seahawks bucked the trend of joining Kaepernick in wiping his ass with the flag by announcing a planned display of unity during the national anthem during Sunday’s season opener. There had been much speculation that the team would collectively thumb it’s nose at America on the fifteenth anniversary of the day that over three-thousand were murdered by Islamic extremists but they chose to honor the flag instead and link arms while standing – a tasteful form of making a political statement that is beyond the capability of a schmuck like the petulant 49er. As Bob Dylan once sang “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows” and the Seahawks were wise enough to avoid engaging in a gesture of disrespect that would have surely brought a pox of shame upon both the NFL and the franchise on this particular day.

The more that the clown Colin Kaepernick becomes the face of the social justice movement the quicker that it will discredit itself – and after the votes have been counted, Hillary and the Democrats will abandon them so quickly that their heads will spin.

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