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Jason Whitlock is at it again. 


The former sportswriter and current Fox Sports talking head has had a lot of strange opinions and odd clips over the years. Most prominently, his rant about "cyber humans" is still one of the strangest sports-adjacent clips of all time. But nothing has seemingly lit a fire under Whitlock more than the Colin Kaepernick saga. 


Whitlock has already made his opinion on Kaepernick very clear over the past couple of years, but once again he spent an entire segment taking shots at the former 49ers quarterback. 

Whitlock's argument here is Kaepernick doesn't care about football because he's not rushing to play in the AAF. It goes on for three minutes and contains a lot of the normal anti-SJW and PC Culture types of comments Whitlock has become known for.


Whitlock also bases much of his "argument" around a column by Doug Farrar about how Kaepernick should use the AAF to show the NFL is colluding against him. Whitlock twists the column to support his argument and, needless to say, Farrar was not happy. 

In the clip,  Whitlock also takes shots at other writers and reporters, calling them things such as "Social Justice Warriors" and "grammatically challenged." He responded similarly to Farrar on twitter.

Twitter spat aside, Whitlock ends the segment with a comment about pop culture and how "Everyone gets to be on top, even if their playing career flopped." Which is an oddly pertinent thing to say for someone who couldn't even make it into the NFL, but can sit in front of a camera and tell others what to do. 


Form your own opinion about what you think Colin Kaepernick is doing or should do. Just make sure you don't let Jason Whitlock do it for you.


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