NFL players who kneel during the national anthem are apparently OK with U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, as long as they perform acts of community service away from the football field.

That was the message the Florida Republican appeared to be communicating Wednesday when he tweeted support for wide receiver Kenny Stills of the Miami Dolphins.

“No @NFL player does more community service than @KStills of the @MiamiDolphins,” Rubio tweeted. “You don’t have to agree with how or why he has chosen to exercise the 1st Amendment before every game to acknowledge the hours he gives voluntarily,on his day off,to serve his fellow Americans.”

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