(FOX NEWS)- San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick caused a firestorm when he decided to sit during the national anthem at an NFL preseason game.
A wounded warrior, however, delivered perhaps the most powerful criticism yet of the quarterback.
"Colin Kaepernick, I lost my legs and arm fighting in the U.S. military, the same military that I took an oath to defend our nation and flag from enemies foreign and domestic," Senior Airman Brian Kolfage wrote on Facebook. "Next time I hear the national anthem, I'll be sure to stand for the both us, since you feel that you've been oppressed."
"You know NOTHING of what oppression is. Every American has a choice and every opportunity to better their lives, this is America the greatest country on this planet."
You can read the full text of Kolfage's Facebook post below: