In a Tuesday discussion about The New Yorker’s cover featuring Michael Bennett and Colin Kaepernick standing beside Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Fox Sports 1’s “Undisputed,” Shannon Sharpe took a shot at the country’s founding fathers.
“All I want is fair and equal,” Sharpe said. “The Constitution said it was going to be fair and equal. Now, I know when you wrote that you weren’t writing it for me but you say, ‘But the Constitution says …'”
“It doesn’t say white men,” Rob Parker interrupted. “It says all men.”
“They put that in there, but there were no blacks at the table. There were no women at the table. So, in actuality, they meant all men — all white men.”
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