Failed NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick may be done with football for the foreseeable future, but his far-left activism will be remembered for years to come. The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History has announced that it will feature artifacts of Kaepernick as part of its collection on the radical Black Lives Matter movement.
The museum’s sports curator, Damion Thomas, said that including Kaepernick is “in line with the museum’s larger collecting efforts to document the varied areas of society that have been impacted by the Black Lives Matter movement.”
While Kaepernick (whose protesting of the National Anthem made him one of the most hated athletes in the United States) will get honored by the Smithsonian Institute, one prominent African American continues to be ignored by the museum.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, the second African American to serve on the Supreme Court, has yet to be featured in the museum. The only reference to Thomas in the entire museum is a reference to a testimony made by Anita Hill, the woman who accused him of sexual harassment during his confirmation hearing.
Well, military veteran Wayne Dupree says the museum is making a big mistake by excluding Clarence Thomas and instead choosing to glorify Colin Kaepernick.
Kaepernick couldn’t make it in the NFL, so he has made protesting the National Anthem his claim to fame and the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History is honoring him in an inappropriate way.
Check out Dupree’s powerful comments below:
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Source: Washington Examiner