What Finger News


By S. Noble

Country Star John Rich blasted Nike on Twitter after they made Colin Kaepernick the star of their “Just Do It” campaign with the words, “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything”, emblazoned under his picture.

Advertisement article continues below

MAGA toy store

The MAGA toy store is back! President Trump sends Hillary to jail - check out this limited edition toy today! Or maybe you want to build the wall! Be sure to check out the biggest and best conservative store on the Internet!

We should note that Kaepernick is being paid millions to do this as part of his sacrifice. The millionaire Marxist is also suing the NFL to make more money off his sacrifice. Nike has officially joined the hate America crowd who want to tear the country down. While claiming this isn’t against the nation, they are simultaneously dishonoring the nation’s symbol.

The country music singer clearly doesn’t agree with the protests and twitter-blasted Nike over their campaign and their attack on the police.

“Makes me sick,” Rich wrote. “Hey Nike, you GONNA MAKE PIG SOCKS to match?” he added, responding to a tweet urging a Nike boycott.

John Rich tweeted that “When you compare police to PIGS, this ends the discussion for me.” He added, “The police JUST SHOWED UP at our concert to protect and serve, I’ll ask them what they think and get back to you.”

Rich included a photo of Kaepernick’s “pig socks,” which he wore during San Francisco 49ers training camp in 2016. Also included in a tweet is a photo of his “soundman,” a “former marine” who had “just cut the Nike swoosh off his socks.”



Tucker Carlson made an excellent point. It’s not about Kaepernick, a hapless kid, it’s about the sinister people behind him who hate America that we should worry about.

The kneeling and the campaign ad is an attack on the country. Kaepernick has made it an impossible to rebut attack.

Republished with permission Independent Sentinel


Viewpoints expressed herein are of the article’s author(s), or of the person(s) or organization(s) quoted or linked therein, and do not necessarily represent those of The Olive Branch Report

Subscribe to my daily newsletter, and join hundreds of daily readers and receive news and relevant commentary

Don't forget to follow The Olive Branch Report on Facebook and Twitter Please help spread the word about us, share our articles on your favorite social networks.

If you value what you see on The Olive, please consider donating, any amount helps. We derive NO revenue from this site, and upkeep is expensive.

donate to tobr

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Welcome from Long Island, New York!

We want to present the news that the mainstream tends to ignore from a right-of-center perspective.

I’m an ex-liberal and am amazed at all I didn’t know when I was a liberal, like: the Constitution isn’t a “living” document; giving out endless welfare checks is a bad idea; pity for prisoners is better spent on the victims of their crimes; guns aren’t evil but people are; free speech matters more than I knew which is why PC needs to be obliterated ASAP; women can be evil too; big government doesn’t do a good job.

Kumbaya, We Are the World, It Takes a Village, and anything even remotely resembling those concepts are now out of my head unless I’m using them to make fun of somebody; war is necessary when under attack; socialism and communism have absolutely no redeeming qualities as systems of government; Carter wasn’t a good president and Reagan was, Green should go back to being a color.

Independent blogs like this one provide an opportunity for common folk to battle the corrupted mainstream media in a search for truth. We are searching, always searching…

We research and are as factual as possible and provide links to sources though commentary is commentary. If we make a mistake, we correct it.

I have published educational articles, short stories for children and was a copy editor for This Week Magazine. I have a B.A. in English Literature and masters degrees in Education, Secondary Education and Administration. For 33 years, I worked in education as a teacher of English and later, Special Education, and spent years as an elementary principal, secondary principal and central office administrator.

The name Sara Noble is a nom de plume. There are a few reasons for the nom de plume and included in those is the fact that many of my family members are liberals and don’t want their last name out there on a center-right blog. I started out with the pseudonym and just kept it. It’s a family name.

Pity me, I’m surrounded by liberals and I live in New York.