San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick made headlines last week for refusing to stand during the national anthem and insisting that the Confederate flag and the American flag are the same thing.
Kaepernick said he didn't purposely time his comments to coincide with the presidential election, but he argued that both candidates represent issues with racism in America.
Despite Hillary Clinton's efforts to put racial justice at the forefront of her campaign, the quarterback made it clear that he has no faith in her to turn this country around.
In a media interview on Sunday, Kaepernick bashed Clinton's support of the 1994 crime bill and her remarks that implied young black children in some communities were 'super predators' with 'no conscious.'
He also suggested she should be in jail over her email scandal.
"I think the two presidential candidates that we currently have also represent the issues that we have in this country right now," Kaepernick said. "You have Hillary who's called black teens, or black kids 'super predators;' you have Donald Trump who's openly racist. We have a presidential candidate who has deleted emails and done things illegally and is a presidential candidate. That doesn’t make sense to me because if that was any other person you’d be in prison. So, what is this country really standing for?"
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