Chris Kyle’s Widow Just Took Colin Kaepernick To The Woodshed In Front Of The World

Kirsters Baish| Americans are not too keen on Nike’s decision to use former 49ers quarterback and National Anthem kneeler Colin Kaepernick as the face of their 30th anniversary campaign. It wasn’t long after the announcement of Kaepernick’s endorsement was made that Nike’s stock value dropped a whopping $3.75 billion, as reported by TheWrap. Americans began filming themselves burning their Nike products and openly boycotting the company.

There was, however, one American’s reaction that an a more impactful response. The widow of the late military sniper Chris Kyle, Taya Kyle, explained her opinion on Nike’s statement that Kaepernick “sacrificed everything.”