Kate Upton Doesn’t Agree to Kneeling During National Anthem :::: #Sports

Since Colin Kaepernick decided to sit during during a preseason NFL game last month, a number of others have followed.
Some obviously support the 49ers QB's decision, while others don't, but Kaepernick has a reason. He has protested the tradition, saying that he's "not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color."
A number of Miami Dolphins players protested as well on Sunday (Sept. 11), kneeling during the National Anthem before their Week 1 game versus the Seattle Seahawks.
Dolphins running back Arian Foster explained, after the game: "We see and feel you... of the people out there that are hurting. It's not about the symbology that people are mad about. It's about the message and it's about who's saying it."
Model Kate Upton doesn't agree, and took to Twitter to call out the Miami players who kneeled during the National Anthem. "This is unacceptable. You should be proud to be an American. Especially on 9/11 when we should support each other," she wrote on Twitter, followed by a lenghthy explanation on Instagram, which you can read below:

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