Colin Kaepernick Donates to This Group Amidst Devastation Left By Hurricane Harvey

Colin Kaepernick

As we’ve seen so far, especially now in this hard time when Hurricane Harvey ravaged through our country and left destruction in its path, there are many patriots across the state who are helping out victims of the hurricane and give generous donations. Take for example Houston Texans superstar J.J. Watt, who raised over $30 million for the victims of the storm. Well, unlike him, quarterback Colin Kaepernick thought it would be wiser and better to prioritize aiding Trump protesters, instead of the people who lost everything after Hurricane Harvey made landfall two weeks ago. He donated $100,000 to organizations which protest in Washington, D.C., and disrupting guests at Trump International Hotel.

Via USA Newsflash:

According to details, $25,000 of the fund donated by Colin will go directly to the largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation to deal with Trump’s removal of DACA, known as “United We Dream.”

Following the protest, the group went on Twitter to ‘proudly’ call upon their actions:

Unfortunately for these so called ‘victim’ protesters, reporter Jeff Stein was at the sight recording and paying close attention to what had been happening, and as it turns out, their “chanting for humanity and dignity” was just the protesters screaming at guests through bullhorns like crazy:

And while liberals and the mainstream media keep on complaining for President Donald Trump’s decision to end the DACA program, Trump tweeted out this Thursday that the “DREAMers” have nothing to worry about during this six-month period:

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also confirmed this message:

Supporters of Colin Kaepernick’s protest just makes sure that no team will put the controversial quarterback on their roster despite his skill level being equal to or above many backup quarterbacks. Detractors highlight that teams simply don’t want to deal with the controversy surrounding the black activist.

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