Vice President Pence Leaves Colts-49ers Game After Players Kneel For National Anthem


Sunday afternoon, the Vice President of the United States Mike Pence, walked out of a the football game between the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49ers, after several 49ers players knelt during the national anthem.

Pence then took to Twitter to explain his motivation to skip out on the game:


In a funny plot twist, the former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick told CBS he would stand during the national anthem should he be offered another opportunity to play football in the NFL.

BREAKING: Quarterback Colin Kaepernick tells CBS he’ll stand during national anthem if given chance to play football in NFL again.

— The Associated Press (@AP) October 8, 2017

You’ll remember Kaepernick was the de facto founder of the newly anti-American displays – like kneeling – during pre-game national anthems


According to a Sunday-published NFLonCBS report, Kaepernick is actively seeking to again play in the NFL.

After sitting down with Colin Kaepernick for several hours, @JasonLaCanfora says the QB is still actively trying to play in the NFL.

— NFLonCBS (@NFLonCBS) October 8, 2017

President Donald Trump recently criticized many NFL players, coaches, and owners for supporting anti-American expressions, at one point referring to Kaepernick as a “son of a b****!”

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1 Comment

  1. CPH

    October 9, 2017 at 10:59 am

    This is good news and would have been better if all the fans joined VP Pence and left with him.

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