Colin Kaepernick plans to subpoena TRUMP and Pence as player sues NFL owners claiming they illegally colluded over anthem protests

Thursday, June 7, 2018
By Paul Martin

Colin Kaepernick is suing the NFL claiming team owners illegally colluded with each other to quell the protests he led by kneeling for the National Anthem
He now plans to subpoena both Donald Trump and Mike Pence to question them on their role in the dispute
Several NFL owners revealed in depositions that Trump spoke with them about how to handle protests during the national anthem
‘This is very winning, strong issue for me,’ Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Trump told him during a phone call

DAILYMAIL.COM
7 June 2018

Colin Kaepernick’s collusion case against the NFL could soon make its way to the White House.

Kaepernick’s legal team is expected to seek federal subpoenas to get testimony from President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence among other officials, according to a Yahoo Sports report.

The purpose of the testimony would be to determine the Trump administration’s involvement with NFL owners regarding Kaepernick’s free agency and player protests during the national anthem.

The subpoenas would come under the Federal Arbitration Act.

Several NFL owners revealed in depositions that Trump spoke with them about how to handle protests during the national anthem, the Wall Street Journal reported last week.

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross testified that Trump’s comments ‘changed the dialogue,’ adding that New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft had also discussed the anthem with Trump.

‘This is very winning, strong issue for me,’ Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Trump told him during a phone call. ‘Tell everybody, you can’t win this one. This one lifts me.’

The NFL recently issued a new policy requiring players, coaches and personnel on the field to stand when the national anthem is played.

The policy permits teams to choose to stay in the locker room during the national anthem, but calls for fines and punishment for any mode of disrespect.

‘I think that’s good,’ Trump said of the policy in an interview with ‘Fox & Friends.’ ‘I don’t think people should be staying in the locker rooms, but still I think it’s good.

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2 Responses to “Colin Kaepernick plans to subpoena TRUMP and Pence as player sues NFL owners claiming they illegally colluded over anthem protests”

  1. Caroline

    Can we petition to have that DOG kupernuts just put to sleep???

    #3648040
  2. D

    “Real men” respect our Country, the Flag, and those in authority. These pompous “boys” need to be disciplined and then fired for good!

    #3648128

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