The San Francisco 49ers visit the Buffalo Bills in Week 6, where the visitors will start the polarizing Colin Kaepernick under center after weeks of ineffective play from Blaine Gabbert.
Certain fans in Buffalo decided a good way to voice their displeasure over Kaepernick’s national anthem protests was through images on shirts.
The images on the shirts—for sale, by the way—are questionable at best:
Shirts with a rifle scope trained on Colin Kaepernick selling for $10 outside of Ralph Wilson stadium. pic.twitter.com/bSuxF3G5qq
— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) October 16, 2016
Funnily enough, Kaepernick would probably shrug this off. It is, after all, a perk of our country that somebody can slap something on a shirt like this and make cash off it.
In similar fashion, it’s Kaepernick’s right to protest the anthem.
Expect more public outcries over Kaepernick’s protests to pop up in the coming weeks.