Gutfeld: What Donald Trump and Colin Kaepernick Have in Common
One took his seat. Another chose to tweet.
Greg Gutfeld's monologue tied 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick's decision not to stand for the national anthem with Donald Trump's tweeting about Dwyane Wade's cousin. But first, he took Kaepernick to task for sitting out the anthem in protest of America "oppressing" minorities.
"Our flag represents a country where you don't have to stand up," Gutfeld said. "That is the opposite of oppression, you dope. People died so you have that right to sit and mope."
He said that both Kaepernick's and Trump's "acts of expression do nothing to unify this country."
"Trump's tweets were infantile and the QB was selfish, but they didn't kill anyone. Nor will their actions save anyone, either."
Watch the monologue above and don't miss The Greg Gutfeld Show on Saturdays at 10 p.m. ET!