Kaepernick Contributes $25,000 to Charitable Group Honoring Convicted Cop Killer

On Friday, the Daily Caller reported that Colin Kaepernick donated $25,000 to a foundation honoring a convicted cop killer, citing a report at the UK Daily Mail.

You know what I’d like to see?  I mean really, really would love to see?  Colin Kaepernick being robbed of all of his valuables, when suddenly four policemen start running towards him and his robbers.  When they are only ten feet away, I’d love to see all four of them drop to one knee.  I don’t know about you but I think that would be extremely hilarious.

Colin Kaepernick, who was raised in a very well-to-do family in one of the nicest sections of the city has decided to share his good fortune with a group that supports a cop killer.

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The UK Daily Mail reported in part:

Colin Kaepernick’s $25,000 donation to a charitable group honoring a convicted cop killer has been revealed. Kaepernick’s foundation made the donation to Chicago-based Assata’s Daughter’s, named after former Black Liberation Army member Assata Shakur, in April as part of a $1million charitable pledge.

Shakur was convicted of first-degree murder in the 1973 shooting death of New Jersey state trooper Werner Foerster and sentenced to life in prison, but staged a daring jailbreak and now lives as a fugitive in Cuba.

For those of you that may not know it, Assata Shakur is the former terrorist Joanne Chesimard.  She has been on the FBI’s most wanted list for many years now.


Chesimard is a well-known, infamous figure in the law enforcement community. But many outside of that community, especially millennials, may not be so familiar with her case.

From The Conservative Review:

A convicted murderer, Chesimard was a prominent member of the ruthless Black Liberation Army (BLA), a splinter group comprised of the most radical members of the Black Panthers. Shakur was the leader of a notorious New York City BLA cell that hunted down police officers for brutal assassinations.

Chesimard has become a folk hero among the fringe Left. Because of her background in far-left activism, some in movements like Black Lives Matter see her as a hero, and not the terrorist cop-killer that she really is.
From the Conservative Review:

The Black Liberation Army, which rose to prominence in the 1970s, was known for its ruthless methods. In one incident showcasing their carnage, three BLA militants killed two NYPD officers in the East Village. But that wasn’t the worst part. The assailants stood over the officers and continued to shoot into their bodies repeatedly.

By 1973, Shakur was the subject of a multi-state manhunt. The FBI labeled her the “revolutionary mother hen” of the cell that had carried out the murders of NYPD officers. Later that year, Shakur bolted New York City with fellow BLA members.

On her escape down the New Jersey turnpike, she was pulled over by state troopers. At that time, her accomplice, Zayd Shakur, was killed in a gunfire battle. A police officer was also killed in the incident, with help from Chesimard, who again sped away in her vehicle.

Gee, now the entire NFL will have to contribute money to honor this cop killer to show unity and to object to the cop who stole so many of Assata’s bullets.


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