Aaron Hernandez Says He Kneels During The Anthem to Bring Awareness to Senseless Killings
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who was sentenced to life in prison without parole after being convicted of first-degree murder, wants to support San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick and his quest to bring awareness to the unjust killings in this country.
While sitting in his cell and watching NFL games on Sunday, Hernandez says he kneels while the National Anthem is playing because minorities are being oppressed and losing their life over situations that could be handled differently.
Aaron Hernandez: “I just don’t get it. What happened to the real cops that could arrest people without incident, like they did me when I was charged with killing people? I’m innocent by the way, that wasn’t me on camera holding a gun, clearly videoshopped”
Interviewer: “Aren’t you the suspect in two other murders?”
Aaron Hernandez: “Didn’t Ray Lewis stab two people and he’s free? Stop bringing up old shit.”
Interviewer: “Is there anything else you would like to add?”
Aaron Hernandez: “Yeah, I heard Gronk is out with an injury. Tell Belichick if he needs me, Casey Anthony’s lawyer is getting me out of this jam soon, so holla at ya boy. Blood-gang Suwoooop! Don’t publish that part. Black Lives Matter and I’m out.”