Harris Faulkner just called out San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick for refusing to stand during the singing of the national anthem.
On Fox’s Outnumbered on Monday, the 50-year-old co-host Faulkner accused the quarterback of being selective in his causes for sitting during the national anthem but failing to stand up against domestic violence linked to the National Football League. (RELATED: Donald Trump On Colin Kaepernick: Perhaps He Should Find A New Country To Live In)
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“Where was he when the domestic violence cries where going on inside the NFL,” Faulkner said. “He doesn’t want to stand for women, sit for women, do anything for women. He’s gotta pick a category that goes with a hashtag.” (RELATED: Allen West: Kaepernick Needs To Apologize And Go To Afghanistan [VIDEO])
“I live in this brown skin, I’m also a woman,” she added. “If he’s going to pick some causes be consistent. Be consistent.”
“I mean look my dad, others fought for the right for him to have the freedom that he has, god bless him,” she continued. “But really and truly, what is he doing? There are lots of things that the NFL has in their own house that they aren’t taking care of.”