The news may be old, but it's aged like fine wine! Remember when Colin Kaepernick thought it would be a good idea to begin kneeling during the National Anthem?
After that controversial and hateful act, Americans responded with how they felt. One restaurant in Virginia Beach took a Kaepernick jersey and taped it to the floor by the entrance, as a doormat. Honestly, I don't think there could be a better use for it!
Krossroads Rock and Country Bar was quickly under fire from the left, claiming that it was racist, simply because Kaepernick is mixed.
However, the general manager spoke with FOX 8 and reassured them that their display of his jersey was simply in response to his disrespect of the flag and “sportsmanship”—and had nothing to do with his race.
Most of the locals (most of America in general) stood by the restaurant.
“I was not offended by that," local Carol Bevilacqua said, "I think we live in a free country. I think people are allowed to do what they want.”
Fox News reported:
Yelpers [also] flooded Krossroads’ page with one-star reviews in support of Perry.
“I'm sick of hearing all you 'tards calling this place racist, then having the nerve to give them a negative review just because you and this establishment don't see eye to eye,” wrote one Yelper.
“Most of America hates Kaepernick for disrespecting our flag, not because he's black or why he's doing it. He could've chose a different way to get his point across without making enemies in the process.”
Between the disrespect, and then his whining about Nike selling shoes with the Betsy Ross flag, someone could make a killing off selling doormats painted like his jersey!