Colin Kaepernick, an avid fan of Fidel Castro, was booed by Miami Dolphins fans before being beaten and crumpled at the goal line on the final play of the game – by Cuban-American linebacker, Kiko Alonso.

The Miami Herald reported that Kaepernick was greeted with great hostility by the crowd in Miami:

“Even before the 49ers broke the huddle on the sideline, fans loudly booed Kaepernick, who during a conference call on Wednesday made comments praising Fidel Castro. The former Cuban president died two days later.”

Alonso, son of an exiled Cuban father, took offense to comments Kaepernick recently made (and later denied) praising Castro.

“I do have feelings about it. So there was some bad blood there for me with Kaepernick,” he told the Herald.

“He doesn’t know about the suffering the Cuban people have had. He doesn’t have a clue,” Alonso added. “He’s ignorant.”

Kaepernick has established himself as the poster-child for anti-American, agitative Marxist behavior in a league whose ratings having been slipping badly since the beginning of the season, by spearheading a trend of players showing their disrespect for the National Anthem, and proudly wearing a Fidel Castro t-shirt to press conferences.

The has-been quarterback has yet to win a game this season, and the 49ers have now lost 10 matches in a row – a franchise record.

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