The Fox News contributor posted the manipulated image, which depicted the former San Francisco 49er at the famous World War II operation in Normandy, France, to Twitter on Thursday:
(To be clear, Kaepernick was born in 1987, more than 40 years after D-Day.)
“Food for thought,” Lahren’s tweet reads.
The photo also carries the label “Citizen of the Year,” the same honorific that GQ magazine bestowed on Kaepernick earlier this month.
Her latest post drew sharp reaction on Twitter, with many people labeling it “disrespectful.” Here’s a sampling of the responses so far:
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