Nike Outlet Calls Police on Man Waving Pro-Police Flag in Front of Store

  • Source: The Lead
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A resident in Little Rock, Jimmy Cavin, was upset after Nike decided to hire Colin Kaepernick as the face of their “Just Do It” campaign. Just like half of America, Mr. Cavin was disgusted that Nike chose to base their premise on ‘Believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything,’ while using a fraud as their figure for the soul purpose of selling sneakers.

As a result of this betrayal by the sports empire, Jimmy Cavin decided to grab his pro-police, “Blue Lives Matter” flag and make his way down to the local Nike outlet.



The Little Rock resident wanted to make a “peaceful statement” for those in support of police officers.

“My priority is supporting law enforcement, firefighters and paramedics.” Cavin said to the media.

Instead of being “tolerant” or “fair” towards his beliefs, like the left wants us to believe, Nike employees decided the proper way to deal with the man was by calling the police.

Officially, the Nike store manager claimed his reason for calling the police on Mr. Calvin was disturbing the peace.



Little Rock officers arrived on scene but after a few minutes of explaining the situation, Jimmy Cavin was free to stay, and able to wave his flag all he wanted. Officers let Nike employees know that Mr. Cavin was conducting nothing but a peaceful protest.

The Arkansas man claims to have operated multiple peaceful protests in support of police officers in the past, and will continue to do so.



The Little Rock, Arkansas Nike Outlet has yet to release a statement pertaining to the incident, along with the actions Nike employees showed during the situation. However, corporation spokesman at the Nike brand have “recognized Mr. Cavin's right to peacefully protest.”

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