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The man who killed Usama Bin Laden, retired SEAL Rob O'Neill, asked where social justice activist Colin Kaepernick is playing quarterback this Sunday.

"I see the flag, I think of Iwo Jima, I think of Normandy," he said. "People don't understand what's going on."

Many NFL players have forcefully objected to President Trump calling out those disrespecting the flag. At a rally on Friday, Trump called Colin Kaepernick a "son of a bitch," arguing that NFL teams should take action against players who kneel for the anthem. 

O'Neill focused Kaepernick, who all but started the trend of kneeling for the national anthem in objection to the state of race relations in America.

"Colin Kaepernick: Where's he playing today?" O'Neill asked, dismissing the former 49er's ability to comprehend the situation.

He rejected Kaepernick's assertions, noting the 29-year-old recently wore a Fidel Castro shirt in protest against discrimination.

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