Friday, September 29, 2017

And The Turdball Gains Momentum

h/t Daily Sheeple
Apparently the Oakland Traitors' offensive line decided to punish their white QB for not kneeling before the game, allowing him to be sacked, snapping the ball on the wrong count, and receivers dropping easy catches to throw the game.
A new report from The Armstrong and Getty Radio Show has sent shockwaves throughout the sports world after it was claimed that members of the NFL’s Oakland Raiders may have purposefully allowed their star quarterback to get sacked multiple times after he refused to kneel during the National Anthem. 
If true, this would essentially mean that an NFL football game was illegally thrown over anger that one of the teams star white players did not believe that kneeling during the nations anthem was the correct way to protest supposed racial injustice in America. In other words, an epic level scandal.
Fixing a game gets into the territory where there are outside criminal investigations, because teams have owners, and sabotaging the product (the team's performance) becomes a criminal conspiracy.

Add to that news that NFL game ticket sales plummeted an extra 7% more than the same time last year, in a year when Colon Paperdick's first-year virtue-signaling antics were already killing interest in the games.

If we've reached this point, the entire wagonload of manure is now gloriously aflame, the driver has leapt to safety, and it's now careening for the precipice out of control.

Hey, spineless team owners, is it time to fire Goodell, shitcan the ringleaders, and suspend all participants yet?
Or do you want to wait for this to become all winter's congressional grandstanding investigation, on TV 24/7 for weeks on end?


The Gray Man said...

I seriously HOPE this is true, and that this DID happen.

First, when I watched the NFL, which I stopped doing two years ago, I hated the Raiders, and their fans are a disgrace to all sports fandom.

Second, everyone needs to see how you get treated when you don't toe the left wing line.

LFMayor said...

They cannot burn slow enough. More, please more!

Sherm said...

Dang! My biggest complaint is that you can only stop watching the NFL once and I crossed that bridge about 30 years ago. I realized then that neither the players or the owners give a damn about the fans; they expect (demand?) loyalty without giving any in return. I don't believe I've watched an entire pro football game in the lifetimes of most of the players playing today. I suspect any protest I make will have minimal impact. :-)

Anonymous said...

If true then it's a criminal act. If I had money down on that game at a Vegas sports-book joint I would sue as well as file a criminal complaint. Interstate connection means federal interest. Oh-oh....