What does a guy become if he stinks it up in the NFL and makes a fool of himself by protesting something that literally doesn’t exist (here)?

When the dolt is a Democrat, the answer is simple: ICON, baby! Pure icon!

Genius! Genius!

Last month, Nike let loose with its new anniversary campaign, using a guy who isn’t a professional athlete for its athletic line.

What weirdos.

On Thursday, the apparel company released — get your credit cards ready — the first product in its Colin Kaepernick clothing line. That’s right — you, too can own a long-sleeve shirt with the name of a guy famous for Paul-Revering a non-existent issue on the back. On the sleeve, it says “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything.”

It should say, “Believe in something without first finding out if it exists (here). Just be really, really dumb. Like, super dumb (here).”

Here’s the actual item:

I know — you’re drooling. But I have bad news: the $50(!) shirt is sold out.

Sold. Out.

Nike is dedicated to promoting daftness; it gave this statement to The Daily Wire:

“We believe Colin Kaepernick is one of the most inspirational athletes of his generation, who has leveraged the power of sport to help move the world forward.”

Forward????

When did ignorance become inspiring?

“The tee, which marks the beginning of Colin’s product collaboration with Nike, sold out in less than 24 hours on Nike.com.”

So if you want it online, you’re gonna have to postpone stroking Colin’s ego. In the meantime, he’s still plenty stroked:

It’s a disturbing thing to see moronity rewarded (here). But the Left…well…don’t confuse ’em with the facts.

Don’t think. Just do it.

 

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