Stephen A. will ‘not tolerate’ Colin Kaepernick-Jackie Robinson comparison | First Take | ESPN



First Take’s Stephen A. Smith says he will “not tolerate” Colin Kaepernick being compared to Jackie Robinson as it relates to his involvement in civil rights.

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  1. Malcolm X, "If you stick a knife in my back nine inches and pull it out six inches, there's no progress. If you pull it all the way out that's not progress. Progress is healing the wound that the blow made. And they haven't even pulled the knife out much less heal the wound. They won't even admit the knife is there."

  2. Good job max, for puttin Stephen in his place. A shame that a white man has to come to the defense of a black man being tore down by his own brother and educating him on black history at the same time. Comparing Kaep to Trump??? Damn Smith, to think i use to back you against all the people calling you coon.

  3. ESPN must have some NUDE, HOMOSEXUAL Photos of him, or SOMETHING. This guy never misses the chance to SHUCK and JIVE for the interests of his BOSSES. And the WORST part of it is, he never seems to have ANY shame about it.

  4. Stephen A, I quote people all the time. Sometimes it's an MLK or Malcolm X quote. Sometimes it's George Carlin. Does that mean I think I'm comparable to them? You find any excuse to get angry at black athletes being political. Any excuse.

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