This was Trump’s interview. Look for yourself and consider whether he intentionally demonstrated his feelings for Robert Kraft, the owner of the Patriots is up to you to decide. Watch the video.
For over a year I’ve watched video footage of Donald Trump and he’s never used that gesture of wiping his brow with his middle finger. Giving someone the middle finger is an effective way of saying “go to hell,” “up yours” or “(insert nasty-sounding verb here) you.” It’s also known by a few other handles, such as “shooting the bird” and “flipping off.” But whatever you call it, it’s immediately recognizable, is offensive, and demonstrates a clear indication of lack of respect for the recipient.
It’s also consistent with the President’s description of a Black football player as a “son-of-a-bitch.” The inescapable reference to the mother of a BLAck NFL player is outrageous. Studies have shown that African-American males are only six percent of the United States population, but comprise nearly 70 percent of the players in the National Football League.” The NFL’s 32 teams earned around $12 billion in 2015 with merchandise sales over $1.55 billion. As for Colin Kaepernick’s contribution to league revenue, the 49ers quarterback had the 3rd highest selling jersey in 2014 and 7th most coveted jersey in 2015.
It is also undisputed that 75% of Blacks are born out of wedlock, thus giving Trump the incentive to call Kaepernick a son-of-a-bitch.
It’s no secret that Trump is a bigot. It’s just beyond imagination that Trump believe that because he is President that he can do or say anything he pleases….Oh wait. He can.