VIDEO: 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick Booed At Miami Dolphins Game For Praising Cuba’s Fidel Castro

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ABOVE VIDEO: Miami fans booed Colin Kaepernick at a NFL game in Miami after his words of praise for recently deceased dictator Castro.

(FOX NEWS) – San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was jeered during his team’s game against the Miami Dolphins Sunday after making comments that praised late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro during the week.

There were loud boos from the crowd when Kaepernick and the rest of the 49ers offense trotted onto the field for their first series, and more jeers just before the first down snap.

Kaepernick, who has kneeled during the National Anthem all season to protest police brutality and the treatment of minorities, defended Castro during a conference call Wednesday with South Florida reporters.

ABOVE VIDEO: Colin Kaepernick went out of his way to tell America that Castro’s Cuba is superior to America.

Castro, who died Friday, has strong critics within South Florida’s large Cuban-American population.

During the conference call, Miami Herald reporter Armando Salguero, who was born in Cuba, challenged Kaepernick about a T-shirt the quarterback wore in August featuring Castro and Malcolm X.