James Woods Dumps Nike Stock in Response to Kaepernick ‘Just Do It’ Ad Campaign

AJR Reported: Colin Kaepernick former San Francisco 49ers quarterback’s antics have attracted the worst of Americans and has really set off President Trump who has bashed the anthem protesters for over a year.

Many of the NFL superstars are overpaid and should be kicked out of the NFL for their disrespect towards America and the national anthem.

Nike athletes apparel company has decided to put Kaepernick as their new face of their “Just Do It” campaign.

However, not everyone is happy with Nike’s new decision, including veteran actor and conservative firebrand James Woods.

James Wood’s has decided to sell his shares with Nike due to their horrible decision to choose Kaepernick as their new face.

Woods made it clear that he was very angry and tweeted a picture to his followers of a recent email he sent to his manager to sell his Nike stocks.

“Please divest my portfolio of all Nike stock in my personal account and in the plan.

Henceforth never buy Nike stock for me again,” the email read.

Woods wrote on Twitter that the email was the first of the day, along with the hashtag “#ScrewNike.”

Kaepernick has filed a lawsuit against the NFL, accusing team owners of working behind the scenes to prevent him from re-entering the league.

Mark Geragos, Kaepernick’s lawyer, claims, owners are “clearly colluding,” to keep his client off the field because they are “intimidated by President Donald Trump.”

“They were clearly colluding because they were intimidated by the president.

The only reason — and the owners will admit this — that they haven’t signed him is because of Trump, and they’ve colluded because of Trump,” the lawyer told the Straight Aim with Amy Dash podcast in May.