Malcolm Jenkins to Carry On Colin Kaepernick National Anthem Protest

Malcolm Jenkins to Carry On Colin Kaepernick National Anthem Protest

Former San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick caused plenty of waves last year with his on field protest. Kaep may NOT be playing in the NFL at this time, but no worries Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins will pick where Colin left off this season.

Right about now, someone in the NFL is PISSED to hear this news. LOL! We’re glad to hear that Malcolm Jenkins will carry on Colin Kaepernick National Anthem protest. Read on to get all the details…

Malcolm Jenkins to Carry On Colin Kaepernick National Anthem Protest has learned that Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins says he plans on continuing to protest against police brutality and racial inequality during the entire 2017 season.

Take that NFL! You can’t silence the Black Lives Matter movement by blackballing Colin Kaepernick.

If you recall, Jenkins, was one of the many others around the league, who joined the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback by kneeling in protest during the National Anthem. Now, Malcolm Jenkins wants that message to continue—that racial inequality, police brutality, and oppression towards African-Americans.

Malcolm feels that the message NEEDS to be paid attention to, and it needs to come to an end.


Jenkins released a statement:

“Last season, I raised my fist as a sign of solidarity to support people, especially people of color, who were and are still unjustly losing their lives at the hands of officers with little to no consequence. After spending time with police officers on ride-alongs, meeting with politicians on the state and federal level and grass roots organizations fighting for human rights, it’s clear that our criminal justice system is still crippling communities of color through mass incarceration.

With the new call for a war on crime and drugs, the disproportionate oppression of poor communities and communities of color will continue unless legislative efforts and community engagement are made a priority. I’ve seen signs of life with regards to bipartisan support for criminal justice reform, but the support does not reflect the necessary urgency for real reform. This must be made a priority.

As the blowback against those who stand up for what is right thickens, I feel it is necessary to push forward with a relentless determination. I want to send a message that we will not easily be moved or deterred from fighting for justice. There are many players across the league who have joined me in working toward new legislation and re-establishing trust and opportunities in our communities, and you can expect to see much more of that. I want to thank the fans across the country who have supported me in this effort to fight for equality and justice. I want to thank those that have dedicated their lives to this fight, as I know that it is not easy. And I want to challenge those who stay silent to be courageous and use your platforms to become part of the solution. God Bless.”

Last week, the Eagles safety referred to NFL owners as ‘cowards‘ for not signing Colin Kaepernick. Now, he is supporting his friend.


Here is a #TBT of Malcolm:

Malcolm Jenkins to Carry On Colin Kaepernick National Anthem Protest