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'Every time this question of protest comes up, and what is a patriot, there are people who try to say if you protest in this manner you're not a patriot.'
The protest, sparked in 2016 by the 49ers' Colin Kaepernick, has turned into a full-blown national debate.
The move appeared to be in reference to Donald Trump's recent call for the NFL to suspend or fire players who protested the National Anthem during games.
Around 80 officers, most of them minorities, wore black t-shirts reading #IMWITHKAP.
"The police have a duty to defend the rights of protesters, not to use such a large-scale display of force that effectively silences people with differing viewpoints."
Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers are playing in Buffalo today, which has brought out the worst in Bills fans.
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