49ers Eric Reid: Pence Walkout "Is What Systemic Oppression Looks Like"Chris Menahan
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Sportsball millionaire Eric Reid said Sunday that Vice President Mike Pence walking out on the Colts game is evidence of "systemic oppression."
After theorizing Pence's decision to leave was a publicity stunt because he "knew" they were going to kneel, Reid said: "This is what systemic oppression looks like."
"A man with power comes to the game, tweets a couple things out and leaves the game, with an attempt to thwart our efforts," he said.
"Um, again, based on the information we have, that's the assumption I've made."
The systemically oppressed 25-year-old Reid earned a base salary of $5,676,000 in 2017.
A report from the Daily Caller found that 17 Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars players who kneeled during the national anthem in London late last month "have combined total contracts of nearly $450 million."
That's what systemic oppression looks like, folks.
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