BREAKING: San Francisco Police Dept. Makes MASSIVE Move On Colin Kaepernick, He’s DONE…



San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit during the national anthem in protest of racial injustice and police brutality, as well as his critical words directed at officers across the nation and wearing socks to practice that depicted police officers as pigs has resulted in the Santa Clara police union saying their officers might stop working San Francisco 49ers home games.

Good for them! Screw that scumbag.

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NBC Bay Area obtained a letter, penned by union members, to the San Francisco 49ers stating that if the organization does not take action against Kaepernick, “it could result in police officers choosing not to work at your facilities.”


The Santa Clara Police Department is the lead police agency at Levi’s Stadium. During 49er games, around 70 officers volunteer to work and are paid as security personnel. Now it is unknown whether more than half of those officers will show up at the team’s next game on Sept. 12.

“I’m already hearing it this week that next week on Monday Night Football, some officers are not going to work,” said Frank Saunders, president of the Santa Clara Police Officers Association.

Here is part of the letter:


“The members of the Santa Clara Police Officers Association (SCPOA) have a long history of working with the San Francisco 49ers organization. This relationship was greatly expanded with the construction of Levi’s stadium. Our officers and 49er employees have worked incredibly well together to create a safe and enjoyable environment for guests and employees.

This partnership has made Levi’s stadium the premier sports venue in the world as evident in the extremely successful Super Bowl 50 operation. Unfortunately, some recent actions by a 49ers employee have threatened our harmonious working relationship. On August 26, 2016, prior to the start of the 49er pre-season football game at Levi’s stadium, on duty 49er employee Colin Kaepernick made the decision to exercise his right of free expression and not stand to honor the National Anthem. This expression caught the attention of the media.

Following the game, your employee explained to the media that his actions were an attempt to get public attention to the oppression of African Americans and minorities in the United States by police officers. Your employee then insinuated that police officers are being placed on paid leave for murdering minorities. This statement is obviously insulting, inaccurate and completely unsupported by any facts.

On August 28, 2016, at 49er training facility in Santa Clara, Mr. Kaepernick again made the allegation that police officers are getting paid to murder people. Your employee further insulted all law enforcement officers in America by stating, “There is police brutality. People of color have been targeted by police.” Mr. Kaepernick then made inaccurate and untrue statements about the level of training that is required to be a police officer.

On August 31, 2016, it was learned by the members ofthe SCPOA that the 49er organization has been allowing Mr. Kaepernick to wear exposed socks With the image of a pig wearing a police hat during practices at the training camp in Santa Clara. Photos of Mr. Kaepernick wearing these socks with the derogatory image have been broadcast nationally. Our membership acknowledges that police officers are human and are not perfect. However, blanket statements that police officers in general, murder minorities is completely false.”

“The 49ers are allowing this to come out from an employee and it’s making for a hostile work environment for us at the stadium,” Saunders said.

The union’s letter also stated that its board of directors have “a duty to protect its members and work to make all of their workings environments free of harassing behavior.”

The San Francisco 49ers organization reiterated Friday night that it stands behind a statement it made immediately following reports of Kaepernick’s decision to sit down during the playing of the national anthem before San Francisco preseason game against Green Bay last week.

In that statement, the franchise said, “In respecting such American principles as freedom of religion and freedom of expression, we recognize the right of an individual to choose to participate, or not, in our celebration of the national anthem.”

But Saunders wants the team to treat the quarterback like any company would treat an employee.

So it looks like the 49ers need to make a choice between Kaepernick and the police.

Personally I think they should boot that BLM thug off the team. The sooner the better.



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