Shannon Sharpe took aim in our founding fathers, claiming that they just wrote the Constitution with white guys in mind. “All I need is just and equal. The Constitution stated it was likely to be just and equal.
Now, I understand when you wrote that you were not writing it for me but you say, ‘But the Constitution says…”’ said Sharpe. “It does not say white guys. It states all men,” interrupted Rob Parker.
“They put that in there, but there were not any blacks in the table. There were no girls at the table. Therefore, in actuality, they meant all men — all white guys,” maintained Sharpe. Martin Luther King’s Niece Alveda also commented on the record cover. She explained Kaepernick has “the method down pat, but he is not getting the message.”
She maintained that Kaepernick ought to be asking God to heal differences in the usa, rather than as a confrontational act. “Uncle M.L. stated we will need to live together as brothers… or perish together as fools. We want justice for everybody,” she said.