Oh my oh my....where tew begin about all the rhetoric with taking a knee, the American Flag and turret-fool Trump moments like that of this past Saturday in Alabama. Now we all have our views about these topics so here is me sharing mine. As I informed you, I am a disabled American Veteran that served above and beyond defending the American flag 365d a year 7d a week for 10 years until my unfortunate mishap. Now that I am back in this civilian world, I see lots of hypocritical behavior going on under the American flag which for none of it, the flag is "suppose" tew stand for!!! Everyday of reading seeing and/or hearing about how white cops are shooting down and killing unarmed blacks here on American soil can and will cause someone like myself, who is both remind you, an American veteran and of African descent, tew relinquish my patriotism and agree with those in kneeling (not against a piece of damn cloth, i.e. the flag) but for the INJUSTICE that is targeted towards one particular group of people. Can someone please tell me why is it this society vision on taking a knee is perfectly 20/20 but when it comes tew seeing the root of why we kneeling (or sitting), this society all of a sudden put on their blinders or become color blind (no pun) tew this "WHITE CRIME"? The fact that Kaepernick took a seat and kneelt for the constant and blatant disrespect of blacks being murdered [by those whom swore an oath tew do 2 simple things; protect and serve], shouldn't be the talk of this world or even the media. What does NEED tew be talked about is how the cops in these situations are found not guilty receive no jail time and get off free tew kill again with a lil pocket change. Or more so Trump and how he is disrespecting THE entire nation as a whole! Yes I can truly say that I have no choice but tew now wonder exactly what the F*KC is more patriotic in this society of this plane...the tri-colored cloth that blows in the wind atop buildings, in yards, on school grounds (which is at most times raggedy shredded and torn) or the people (regardless of race, religion or creed) whom that cloth is tew represent???..........yeah I'll wait
...I'm just saying, America, I have did my part and defended you and yours, now I ask that you do your part and defend me and mine....