Jim Fraser, former Marine and father of a fallen Air Force Staff Sgt., criticized San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick Monday on “Fox & Friends” over his taking a knee during the national anthem to protest social injustices.
Fraser said Kaepernick should either invest in programs for disadvantaged children or his cause instead of kneeing during the national anthem.
He said that if he could speak with Kaepernick, he would tell him, “Why don’t you take that multi-million dollar contract, take a few million and invest it in programs for disadvantaged children? Or for programs, whatever your cause is — which, honestly, I haven’t figured out yet — or go sign a contract to play in Cuba.”
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