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Despite Cries of Racism, Missouri Bar Owner Refuses to End Protest

A Missouri bar owner wanted to send a message that he was disgusted with NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.

But the message many people saw caused him to make a change so as not to be called a racist.

Jason Burle, who owns the SNAFU Bar in Lake Ozark, was so intent on placing NFL jerseys where customers could wipe their feet that he didn’t notice the order in which he placed jerseys belonging to former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch.

But at least one customer was very upset when he looked down at the jerseys and read, “Lynch Kaepernick.”

“That’s not the Missouri I know,” Taylor Sloan said in a post on the bar’s Facebook page. “It just kind of upset me really bad. Put a bad taste in my mouth.”

“You are also expressing hate, violence and continuing American racism under the faux guise of patriotism,” Sloan said.

“It’s funny to me that someone would look that far deeply into it just to find a racist link,” Burle responded.

Burle said he wished Sloan told him to his face about the problem.

“If he came in and actually told me at that moment or my manager, it would’ve been taken care of that moment exactly,” he said.

Burle, who spent six years in the Air Force, said he dislikes watching NFL players kneel for the national anthem.