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    At least one coach may be taking Roger Goodell’s statement on Colin Kaepernick seriously. Two days after the NFL commissioner encouraged teams to sign the free agent quarterback and face of the national anthem kneeling controversy, Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn said Kaepernick was on his team’s workout list and would be a good fit for his offense. “He fits the style of quarterback that we want,” Lynn told reporters Wednesday, adding that he has not yet reached out to Kaepernick. Lynn said “it would be crazy not to have him on your workout list.” “We’re happy with the three quarterbacks that we want but you can’t have enough on the runway,” Lynn said. After parting ways with longtime signal-caller Philip Rivers this offseason, the Chargers’ quarterback depth chart is comprised of Oregon’s Justin Herbert, the team’s first-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, veteran Tyrod Taylor and 2019 fifth-rounder Easton Stick. Kaepernick, 32, opted out of a contract with the 49ers in 2017 after the then-new San Francisco management said they would release the dual-threat quarterback. Free agent quarterback...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson reassured his viewers on Tuesday night that they are “not crazy” for continuing to tune into his program, pointing to his Monday night ratings to prove to his audience that they “are not alone.” The conservative primetime host—who has seen advertisers flee over his inflammatory attacks on social justice movement Black Lives Matter—kicked off Tuesday’s show by referencing his lengthy Monday monologue in which he lamented BLM’s rising popularity and influence. “We told you what the group plans to do with our country when they amassed unprecedented amounts of power,” Carlson declared. “The segment went on for 20 minutes. But in the end, a lot of people saw it.” Boasting that the broadcast was the most-watched hour on primetime television, Carlson proceeded to claim that “we never talk about ratings and we’re definitely not telling you this to brag about it” before addressing his viewers directly. “The point of telling you this is to remind you that you are not alone,” he said. “You may feel like you are. Suddenly, your opinions qualify as crimes....
    As Senate Democrats are busy kneeling in honor of George Floyd while cloaked in African garb (not a joke), leftist activists have settled on a specific policy: they want to defund the police. The Minneapolis City Council has already announced its intentions to defund and dismantle its city’s police department, though Mayor Frey is not yet on board with the proposal. Frey was asked about the idea at a recent Black Lives Matter demonstration, and his negative response led to him getting cussed out and booed off the stage by an angry mob. Imagine Frey’s shock. He’d just allowed leftist radicals to rampage through the streets for two weeks, even offering up a police precinct to be burned as an atoning sacrifice, and that was not enough to win him favor with the mob. There’s a lesson in there, for anyone paying attention. But what exactly does “defunding the police” mean? What does it entail? As always with leftist proposals, the details are sketchy. The activists who attacked Frey said they “don’t want no more police,” and this — abolishing the...
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