Colin Kaepernick Looking to Buy NFL Team with 2 Other Trump Bashers (Details)

The NFL’s Carolina Panthers are up for sale. Rapper P. Diddy wants to buy the team.

So does NBA star (and noted Trump hater) Stephen Curry:

So does anti-American race-baiter Colin Kaepernick:

From Sports Illustrated:

This all comes after [Jerry] Richardson, who has owned the Panthers since the NFL expansion in 1993, is being investigated for allegations of sexual misconduct and racist language at work. Hours after an extensive investigation by Sports Illustrated was published, Richardson announced that he was selling the team in a five-paragraph letter on the team’s website. He did not specifically address the investigation or allegations against him. SI reported that at least four former employees had settled with the Panthers regarding inappropriate workplace behavior.

More from Daily Mail:

Kaepernick made over $43 million during his NFL career and recently donated $900K of his $1 million pledge to organizations working within oppressed communities.

He also launched the ‘Know Your Rights Camp,’ which is a campaign Kaepernick funded to ‘raise awareness on higher education, self-empowerment, and instruction to properly interact with law enforcement in various scenarios,’ according to the organization’s website.

Recently Kaepernick spent Thanksgiving with Native Americans on Alcatraz Island, honoring whose who occupied for the island for 19 months between 1969 and 1971 in an effort to compel the United States government to honor the Treaty of Fort Laramie.

Kaepernick is the youngest recipient of Sports Illustrated’s Muhammad Ali Legacy Award, which began in 2008.

There’s a decent chance all three Trump haters could wind up owning the team once they get some more money together.

Diddy is worth over $800 million, but the Panthers won’t sell for less than $2 billion.

We’ll just have to wait and see how this one plays out…

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