Thanks to the unemployed San Francisco 49’ers former QB Colin Kaepernick, the NFL protests have been going on for over a year now. Yet if you asked many, of the NFL players who are kneeling during the national anthem, they probably couldn’t tell you exactly what it is they are protesting. In fact, if the NFL players really wanted to make a difference, maybe they should focus their efforts on blacks killed by other blacks versus blacks killed by police.
In a passionate column published this week in conservative media, Indiana Attorney General Curtis T. Hill pleaded with the NFL’s players to stop kneeling during the national anthem to protest police shootings and start taking a “stand” against black-on-black violence.
“While it is true that each year a number of blacks die as a result of being shot or otherwise killed by the police, that number is but a fraction