We’ve Gotta Have It, Marshawn Lynch’s Everybody Vs. Trump T-Shirt

It’s very clear how Trump feels about NFL players who support unsigned quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s peaceful “take a knee” protest.  The 45th President called them “sons of bitches.” Yet, after the race riot in Charlottesville, Virginia he described white supremacists as “very fine people.”

So it’s only fitting that NFL players and anyone who cares about injustice and racial inequality declare exactly how they feel about Trump. That’s why we are all the way here for the “Everybody Vs. Trump” t-shirt outspoken Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was photographed wearing.

The black shirt has all white lettering except for Trump’s name, which is dripping in an orange ink font reminiscent of the Tales from the Crypt title.

Lynch has always been an “actions speak louder than words” sort of dude — from his famed post game “I’m thankful” response, to the many times he’s remained seated during the national anthem.

The shirt ($45) was created by Dope Era clothing brand, owned by Oakland rapper and community activist Mistah FAB. But thanks to the social media buzz Lynch created by wearing the shirt, we couldn’t find it on the Dope Era site. However, just in time for Halloween, we found an identical and less expensive tee online.

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