In the second, we hear him say “Oh man, I’m going to get up” after they knocked him over and were ripped off, causing the spectators to laugh.
The Navy SEAL Museum at Fort Pierce used “Colin Kaepernick stand-in” for the K-9 demonstration during last year’s fundraiser #BecauseFlorida https://t.co/COHFCeJ3GN pic.twitter.com/ EpcELHxrSe
– Billy Corben (@BillyCorben) August 2, 2020
The video was filmed last year at a fundraiser in Fort Pierce, Fla. And uploaded in January, but was only shown widely over the weekend, Yahoo News reported.
“We saw today a video of a Navy SEAL Museum event released last year with a demonstration of military working dogs,” SEALs said in a statement on Twitter. “During the demonstration, the target wears a Colin Kaepernick jersey. The message inherent in this video is totally incompatible with the values and ethics of Naval Special Warfare and the US Navy. “We are investigating the matter extensively, and the first indications are that there were no active-duty Navy personnel or equipment involved in this independent organization’s event.”
– US Navy SEALs (@us_navyseals) 2 août 2020
Kaepernick has yet to be signed by an NFL team. His reviews included President TrumpDonald John Trump Oklahoma City Thunder players kneel during anthem despite threat from GOP state lawmaker Microsoft to continue negotiations to buy TikTok after conversation with Trump Controversial candidate for Trump has been placed in a senior role after the cancellation of the PLUS nomination hearing, who vocally condemned athletes kneeling down to draw attention to the problem and said he would no longer watch sports that allow it.
As late as last Thursday, NBA players knelt during the anthem, including players from the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Utah Jazz and New Orleans Pelicans.
“I hope we made Kaep proud,” Lakers star Lebron James said after the game.