NFL reporter moans at her Kaepernick Take swearing at “The View” Audience: “Bring It On!”


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NFL Deputy Reporter Michele Tafoya View On Wednesday, the resident right-wing heel told the live audience of the daytime talk show to “bring it” after moaning at her hot take. Activist Colin Kaepernick turned into a former NFL star..

Serves as a token-conservative guest host of the week scenery, Tafoya (“self”Libertarian-oriented and conservative professional choice“Past) elicited considerable heat throughout her short stint at the table.

on Tuesday She clashed with moderator Whoopi Goldberg and co-host Sunny Hostin Critical race theory at school, vaccination obligations, and racial progress in the United States. In one example, after Tafoya stated that whites had contributed to improving racial relations “since the Civil War.” Goldberg argued The whites in the south were “lynch people” not so long ago.

Returning to the second round on Wednesday, things were once again tense, centered on the “Hot Topic” segment of the panel. Kapernick’s Coming-of-Age Netflix Series Black and white choline.. The show has already caused controversy over the scene where former quarterbacks equate the NFL Scouting Combine with modern slave auctions.

“What they don’t want you to understand is that what’s established is the dynamics of power,” Kaepernick says in the series. Your performance. There is no respect for boundaries. Dignity is not compromised. “

Hostin, Caper Nick’s prominent champion I recently interviewed him ebonyThe 49ers star said it was “not at all unreasonable” to make a slavery comparison, adding that the majority of players were black and most of the owners were white men.

Tafoya to have Right-wing cultural war website Prager U tape video“No one forces these guys to play,” he said. “It was a bit hard to compare to the slave trade.” In addition, she’s in the NFL if he can take the team to the Super Bowl, shaking off the idea that Caper Nick was blackballed from the league in protest of his racial justice. I told you to do it.

Kaepernick’s conversation rolled over to the second segment, and co-host Joy Behar wondered why the 34-year-old athlete isn’t currently working in the NFL.

“He’s taping the Netflix series,” Tafoya counterattacked.

“He doesn’t play soccer,” Hostin replied. “He’s still ready to play football. He took the team to the Super Bowl. The reason he wasn’t playing was because other owners colluded.”

Meanwhile, Tafoya cautioned Hostin that the former quarterback had reached a reconciliation with the league after appealing for collusion, saying “you really need to be careful about the accusations.”

“He took a stand for others, and he lost everything because of the stand he took. To date, the NFL has no owner who has the courage to bring him back. plug.” opinion The host continued.

“Many teams have tried him, and I know this too,” Tafoya counterattacked. “He didn’t lose everything. In fact, he got a lot of the movement leader Netflix series. He has Nike’s backing.”

The two went back and forth a little more about Capernick’s attempt to return to the league, and Hostin lamented that Tafoya just answered, “I lost one thing I wanted to do.” To do what I want to do too. “

Later, Hostin and Tafoya disagreed on why Kaepernick was. Nixed open NFL tryout Back in 2019, opinion Host suggesting that it was Access to the media and waiver of liability would have forced him to sign.

“I want to give some people the benefit of the suspicion that this story has two sides. We all agree that there are many things we still don’t understand about this story. I think, “said Tafoya, urging the moans heard from the crowd.

“Oh, you guys will all moan at me,” the anime Tafoya responded happily, waving his arms in the air. “Come on! Come on!”

As Behar declared, “It ’s scenery, Honey, “Goldberg concludes by giving her an interpretation of the audience’s reaction. “I don’t know. You may feel like you’ve seen the big picture, but I think people didn’t like it,” she said flatly before closing the segment.

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