Colin Kaepernick became everyone's top athlete previous year when he revived a groundbreaking movement connecting sports and advocacy with the simple gesture of a bended knee. Kaepernick recently gave $50,000 to the program, which delivers food for seniors and faces significant cuts under Trump's proposed budget.
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News of Kaepernick's donation came a day after Trump took credit for the free agent quarterback's lack of suitors during a rally in Louisville, Kentucky. Since October, he's donated $100,000 per month to various charities and organizations, including the Black Veterans for Social Justice, 360.org, the Center for Reproductive Rights in NY and the Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles to name a few. While still a free agent he still continues to give back and does so in meaningful ways. "Trump again took a shot at Kaepernick on Monday night, telling a rally in Louisville, Kentucky, that the quarterback's failure to get signed from a free agency was because National Football League owners 'don't want to get a nasty tweet from Donald Trump'".
Former San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick can literally cure every type of cancer tomorrow and he will still be disliked by the masses, all because he chose to kneel during the playing of the National Anthem during the 2016 NFL season.