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Posts Misrepresent Photo of Biden Kneeling at Campaign Event

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Former Vice President Joe Biden knelt for a photo with a group of dancers in Miami, but the national anthem was not playing, as social media posts falsely claim.


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Kneeling during the national anthem became controversial four years ago when Colin Kaepernick, then an NFL quarterback, began to protest racial injustice during the playing of the anthem prior to kickoff. Others followed Kaepernick’s lead,

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