Dec 24, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) pumps his fist as he acknowledges the cheers from the 49ers' fans after leading his team to a 22-21 come-from-behind win over the Los Angeles Rams at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

New York Yankees legend David Wells, who helped lead the team to a World Series Championship in 1998, has certainly not been shy about speaking his mind when it comes to Colin Kaepernick and his iconic protests during the national anthem. And he’s at it again.

During a recent interview with Dan Dakich on Outkick’s “Don’t @ Me” podcast, David Wells called the Colin Kaepernick protests “disrespectful,” saying “You can’t do things like that.”

“That’s why when [Colin] Kaepernick took the knee, it’s a little disrespect to me, because I’m a patriot,” Wells said on the podcast, according to the New York Post. “I support our military. I come from a military town in San Diego. You can’t do things like that. Your beliefs are your beliefs. I don’t have any problem with that. But don’t go out on national TV and take a knee for what that is. That doesn’t prove anything in my mind. It proves that you’re an idiot and that you’re standing up for a cause. When the anthem’s there, you’re in America, you do the anthem, you do the Pledge of Allegiance. That’s what you do. That’s what we were taught in elementary school. Put your hand over your heart and say the Pledge of Allegiance.”

It’s pretty clear where Wells stands on the issue, and he’s clearly not going to stop being vocal about it.

[New York Post]