First Nike’s Stock Crashed Then They Got Hit With Even Worse News … Patriots Put Their Feet Down, Launch Massive Revolt & Boycott

Kirsters Baish| This past Monday was Labor Day. But, while Americans were celebrating, Nike revealed the face of their 30th Anniversary, former 49ers quarterback and known anthem kneeler Colin Kaepernick. That’s right, the football player who started the anti-American movement to kneel during the National Anthem will be the new face of Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign.

Nike posted a close-up image of Kaepernicks’ unkempt face on Twitter. The caption below read, “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. #JustDoIt”

What Nike failed to mention in their ad is that Kaepernick’s anthem “movement” actually proved to be extremely damaging to the NFL as a whole. As more and more players followed in Kaepernick’s footsteps, ratings, ticket sales, and merchandise sales for the NFL began to plummet.

It all started in 2016, when Kaepernick kneeled during the National Anthem for the first time, claiming to be protesting the injustice enacted by police officers on the black community.

Just as Americans boycotted the NFL after the anti-American streak of protests, they are doing so with Nike.

After it was announced that Kaepernick would be the new face of Nike’s campaign, a Twitter user posted a video (which quickly went viral) of his burning Nike shoes. The caption read, “First the forces me to choose between my favorite sport and my country. I chose country. Then forces me to choose between my favorite shoes and my country. Since when did the American Flag and the National Anthem become offensive?”

Another user posted a video of himself tossing his Nikes into an outdoor chimney. He wrote, “[email protected] Due to your support of C.K. in your coming adds, I as an American can no longer support your company. #boycottNike #IStandForOurFlag.”

A photo was also uploaded to Twitter of a former Marine with the iconic Nike “swoosh” cut off.

Geraldo Rivera put his two cents in, calling out the brand, labeling them as the New Coke.

A user named Melissa wrote, “Hey Nike, this is what it looks like to sacrifice everything. These men sacrifice their very lives so Collin has the freedom to disrespect our flag & our country. can’t figure out who is a bigger disgrace Colin or Nike for glorifying this nonsense. never buy Nike products again!” She attached the powerful image of a group of American soldiers, among the lifeless bodies of their fallen comrades.

Mike Cernovich reminded Americans of the iconic quote, “All gave some.

Some gave all.

Nike Kneelers. #JustDoIt.”