Palin took a swipe at National Football League player Colin Kaepernick's recent Meals On Wheels donation and people on social media have been giving her the business.
Trump's budget would completely eliminate funding for the Community Development Block Grant Program, which funds neighborhood revitalization projects and affordable housing initiatives in addition to Meals on Wheels, the Washington Post reported.
Kaepernick has yet to comment publicly about his donation to Meals on Wheels. Since October, he's donated $100,000 per month to various charities and organizations, including the Black Veterans for Social Justice, 360.org, the Center for Reproductive Rights in NY and the Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles to name a few.
Kaepernick recently made twin $50,000 donations to Meals on Wheels America and the Love Army for Somalia, a social media campaign that's trying to raise $2 million for food and water for starving people in that African nation.
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A regular visitor to Anfield and the club's Melwood training ground, he was diagnosed with vascular dementia previous year . He played at left back for the reds and was for a time the club's major penalty taker.
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In January, the last month listed on the site, Kaepernick donated $25,000 each to Brooklyn-based Black Veterans for Social Justice and 350.org, the Center for Reproductive Rights in NY, and the Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles.
As the crowd roared, the president continued, saying, "I said, if I remember that one, I'm going to the people of Kentucky because they like when people actually stand for the American flag".
Over on Palin's Facebook page and Twitter, which again we won't be linking, she took another jab at the current free agent quarterback writing, "And he wonders why he can't find a job".