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Kevin Jackson says that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is acting like a "petulant child" with his controversial National Anthem protest.

On "Justice" last night, Jackson said that Kaepernick, who refuses to stand for the anthem in protest of America's "oppression" of African-Americans, is trying to generate attention for himself because his NFL career is on the decline.

Jackson explained to guest host Melissa Francis that Kaepernick went from a starting quarterback with a multi-million dollar contract to a backup.

"So what does he do? He decides to become a petulant child," Jackson said, asserting that Kaepernick is gunning for a post-NFL career on the speaking circuit.

"Now, I don't know how it's going to play out for him when his career is over, but don't think for one second there's not a ton of money in 'race pimping.' There is. There's trillions of dollars in it," Jackson said.

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