So, the #2 overall first round draft pick, defensive end Nick Bosa, as a high school student, supported then candidate Donald J. Trump. Is that bad? No, of course not.
There are many people who supported then candidate Trump, who just wanted to see a change in the political environment in America.
Let’s be fair, even if we disagree with his opinion, okay? We’re not ones to judge others, are we? Of course not.
But, there’s that pesky tweet where he called Colin Kaepernick a ‘clown’. A ‘clown’?
Because Kaep took a first amendment right to protest police brutality?
For kneeling during the national anthem to draw attention to the issue since others were completely ignoring it?
Was that a clownish statement, position to take, or view to have? Of course not.
Many of us are very supportive of Kaep and appreciate him putting himself on the line to highlight the situation.
He’s the millennial ver- sion of Muhammad Ali.
Here’s a way to look at this if you’re a 49er fan, and you want to support your team, but you have serious issues with what the young Mr. Bosa called #Im with- Kaep:
Many of us were risk takers in high school, just think back.
We’ve all said some num- skull, childish, immature, stupid, idiotic, moronic, not well thought out, in- sensitive, uninformed and buffoonish things while we were young and still in grade school. Just like Nick Bosa.
In a sense, he’s just like the rest of us, right?
Thankfully, he’s in the Bay Area now and can be exposed to what life is re- ally like, where people who may not agree with each other’s lifestyles and choices learn to get along and co-exist and be tolerant of each other as Americans citizens.
Maybe he’s changed since high school… maybe. Let’s hope so, for his and our sake.