Unemployed NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick has a lot to learn about protesting the National Anthem.

One important lesson is to never get in heavyweight boxing legend George Foreman's patriotic grill.

In an interview on the Offended America Podcast on Monday, Foreman threw his best punches at Kaepernick and fellow professional athlete Kevin Durant for showing disrespect to the flag and country.

"The greatest day of my life was when I put on my colors, representing the United States in the Olympics," said Foreman, 68, who won the gold for the U.S. in Mexico City in 1968.

"I love the United States. I love the flag," the champ added. "But there are a lot of people who haven’t found that reason. They don’t strive. They haven’t been brought up with people who were patriotic to even point them in the right direction."

"A lot of people died so that they can have that privilege" to protest the National Anthem, Foreman said.

Foreman KO'd Durant over his decision not to visit the White House if his Golden State Warriors are invited. Durant has made it clear that he doesn't respect the president.

Foreman credited Donald Trump for his professional comeback at age 42 against Evander Holyfield, saying Trump pulled him back from the edge of financial ruin.

If there's one thing that defines George Foreman, it's gratitude for his country and to the people who helped and supported him through the years.

The same thing cannont be said for "priveleged" overpaid brats like Kaepernick and Durant.

Do you think George Foreman deserves another gold medal for verbally taking Colin Kaepernick and Kevin Durant to the cleaners?

Source: Daily Wire

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