How long has it been since Colin Kaepernick actually played football?
By all accounts, the only thing he has been doing for the last 4 seasons is grandstanding on the national media.
Now Ben & Jerry’s, the Ice Cream company is giving him his own flavor of ice cream.
But will this really help Colin?
What with all his sitting around for 4 straight seasons, I dont think he lives the active lifestyle that is going to allow him to burn off all those calories.
But hey, heres to hoping he enjoys his time on the proverbial bench.
Check it out:
The Red State Observer had this to say:
Despite an abject lack of on-field accomplishments the media and leftist activists continue to force Colin Kaepernick onto the general public. His most notable achievement has been in opposing the police in this country, a stance that saw him elevated anew this year during the Black Lives Matter upheaval. This led to his being included in the latest release of the Madden 2021 video game, despite being out of the league for four seasons. Now comes word that Ben & Jerry’s ice cream has created a new flavor to honor the deposed QB – ‘’Change The Whirled’’.
The collaboration began earlier this year when the ice cream company teamed with Nike to have a branded B&J athletic shoe. The sneakers, which replicated the ice cream labels had cow designs, and the trademark logo appeared to be melting. The shoes came in large ice cream tubs. Proceeds from those sales were donated to Kaepernick’s Covid relief efforts through his Know Your Rights Camp foundation, and then the new ice cream was later developed.
RT News also added:
Ben & Jerry's is diving deeper into woke capitalism by teaming with Colin Kaepernick, the ex-NFL quarterback who became a leftist hero by kneeling during the national anthem, to market a new dessert that promotes racial activism.
The company's new “Change the Whirled” frozen dessert, a vegan ice cream substitute made with caramel and cookies, will arrive on store shelves in 2021, Ben & Jerry's said on Thursday. It's touted as “the flavor that's supporting the fight to dismantle systems of oppression and empower black and brown people.”
The packaging for “Change the Whirled” features an illustration of Kaepernick, a Black Power fist and the slogan, “I know my rights.” Kaepernick said the venture will “serve up joy on the journey to justice,” and his share of profits will be given to his Know Your Rights Camp legal defense initiative.