Muh Dikking NFL Star Sued for “Banging” Man’s WIFE, Breaking Up Marriage


A man is suing NFL star Fletcher Cox (appropriate last name) for having sex with his wife, wanting a baby with her, and ultimately destroying his marriage.

He’s only asking for a measly $25,000, which is chump change to big NFL Nogs.

Judging from the texting that the wife did with the ape, I think there’s a high probability that she’s white. Her responses are too literate to be otherwise. Read them below and see what you think.

Total Sports

This…is something.

Pretty much everything that could go right has gone right for the Philadelphia Eagles on the field this season as they sit at 9-1 with high hopes of a deep playoff run and being in the Super Bowl in February.

Off the field, however, has produced a situation that Fletcher Cox wish he could take back, because it might end up costing him big time in his wallet.

The Eagles defensive tackle is being sued by a guy in North Carolina who claims he has a solid proof that he banged his wife behind his back and attempted to get her pregnant.

TMZ has the details:

“Josh claims he’s got hardcore proof that the 6’4″, 310 pound defensive tackle seduced and banged his wife behind his back while she was on a work trip to Pennsylvania back in April.

Jeffords claims Cox continued the relationship via text messages — which Josh now has — and he says it’s smoking gun proof that Cox is liable for “alienation of affection” … which you can sue for in N.C.

According to North Carolina state law, to win an A.O.A. case, one must prove 3 things …

1) You and and your spouse had a genuine love and affection

2) The love and affection was alienated and destroyed

3) Malicious acts of a 3rd party produced the alienation of affection. Malicious is presumed if there’s proof of sexual intercourse.

In his lawsuit, filed on Nov. 22, Jeffords claims Cox sent her a photo of his penis on Snapchat and followed up with text messages telling her he wanted to knock her up.

He provided copies of the alleged texts that read, “I want to get you pregnant” and “I’m dead ass serious.” Another text says, “You ain’t gone be no damn single mom.”

Jeffords says his marriage has completely crumbled — his wife has blocked him on Instagram — and he blames Fletcher for everything.

He’s suing Fletcher for more than $25,000.”

Here are just a few texts from Cox and his wife:

If the wife believes the lies of a muh dikking Nog, then she’s going to discover the joys of single motherhood, mudshark sunglasses, and a host of other issues associated with women like Nicole Brown Simpson.

I couldn’t find photos of the cucked husband nor the wife, but if they become available, I’ll update this story. Even if she’s nonwhite, the NFL has another “issue” to deal with, which is good in what has become the season of sec scandals.

City Headed to Court Over Efforts to Get BIKINI BARISTAS to Cover Up

Put on pasties and a g-string, call it a bikini, and serve hot coffee.

That’s the secret to a $100,000 a year tip income, according to one young woman quoted in this post.

So-called bikini coffee stands are, according to the city of Everett, Washington, a hotbed of crime and potential crime. Thus, the city passed a policy requiring restaurant employees to wear a minimum of a tank top and shorts.

The owners and employees of these sleezy dives are claiming that serving coffee partially nude is a constitutional right.

Seattle Times

Freedom of speech or destructive “sexual self-objectification”? A federal judge Tuesday will hear arguments in the challenge to the constitutionality of two Everett city ordinances aimed at covering up bikini baristas.

Arguing that skimpy costumes and exposed flesh are an expression of the First Amendment, owners and employees of bikini barista stands in Everett are asking a federal judge for an injunction that would prevent the city from implementing two new ordinances aimed at curtailing the business.

“The Constitution doesn’t allow the government to regulate the content of speech because the government disagrees with it,” Derek Newman, one of the baristas’ attorneys, wrote in an email. “If the First Amendment was so limited, NFL players kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality would not be protected expression because the president interprets this as anti-American sentiment.”

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Trump Defends Roy Moore

President Donald Trump choose his words carefully on Tuesday as he publicly defended embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

This was a good time to make a statement because with the Thanksgiving holiday coming up on Thursday, the blowback should be minimized.

The president added that he was happy that the flood of sexual harassment accusations have come out.

He should be since mostly they involve liberal democrats in Washington and Hollywood.


President Trump on Tuesday staunchly defended US Senate candidate Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct and predatory behavior by several women, some who were teenagers at the time.

“He denies it. Look, he denies it,” Trump told reporters after his taking part in the White House tradition of pardoning a turkey. “If you look at all the things that have happened over the last 48 hours. He totally denies it. He says it didn’t happen. And look, you have to look at him also.”

The president had previously deflected inquiries about Moore, letting White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders tell reporters that it was up to the “voters to decide” and that if the “troubling” allegations were indeed true, the Republican should drop out of the race.


Despite mounting reports that Moore targeted, romantically advanced upon, and sexually assaulted women when they were teenagers, the Republican has refused to drop out of the heated race and denied the allegations. Trump’s recent support breaks with leaders of his own party, such as Sen. Mitch McConnell, who say they believe the women and have called upon Moore to drop out.

But on Tuesday, Trump said he didn’t support the idea of Moore’s competition, Democrat Doug Jones, winning.

“We don’t need a liberal person in there, a Democrat,” Trump said. He then attacked Jones, noting that Alabama voters would be better off with Moore representing them.

“I’ve looked at his record. It’s terrible on crime. It’s terrible on the border. It’s terrible on the military. I can tell you for a fact we do not need somebody that’s going to be bad on crime, bad on borders, bad with the military, bad for the Second Amendment,” Trump said about Jones.

Moore’s campaign then trumpeted the president’s attack on Jones, highlighting that Trump called him a “liberal Democrat.”

When pressed about the nine women who say Moore harassed them, Trump said he does not know if he believes them, since the allegations are just now coming out after 40 years.

“He is in total denial. I do have to say, 40 years is a long time. He has run eight races and this has never come up. So 40 years is a long time,” Trump said. “The women are Trump voters. Most of them are Trump voters. All you can do is you have to do what you have to do. He totally denies it.”

However, Trump insisted he supported women in general, calling them “very special” and saying that he was pleased the media has been focusing so heavily on sexual harassment allegations against powerful men in multiple industries, such as Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, comedian Louis C.K., former CBS News host Charlie Rose, and Democratic leaders John Conyers and Al Franken.

“I think that’s good for our society. And I think it’s very, very good for women. And I’m very happy a lot of these things are coming out,” Trump said, adding that he believes Congress should release the names of lawmakers who have settled harassment claims.

Despite his supportive comments on Moore, Trump said he has not decided whether he will campaign for the candidate before the special election on Dec. 12.

“I’ll be letting you know next week,” he told reporters.

Haha. Leave them in suspense. That’s Trump and the press hates it.

Lady Gaga and “Creepy” Joe Biden to Set Up Trauma Centers for Sexual Abuse Victims

What the …!!!


At Glamour’s Women of the Year Summit in New York City, former vice president Joe Biden detailed an ambitious initiative he’s developing with Lady Gaga: creating trauma centers for victims of physical and emotional abuse.

“Women who are abused end up having long-term physical and physiological problems … We finally are recognizing the long-term impacts,” Biden said, specifying that women should be able to receive long-term help at such centers. “It’s the next great frontier I want to be part of.”

Biden and Gaga are in the early stages of planning the trauma center initiative, Entertainment Weekly reports. A rep for Gaga did not immediately reply to a request for more information.

Later in his speech, Biden also applauded the bravery of those who came forward with stories of sexual trauma in recent weeks against powerful Hollywood figures such as Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Brett Ratner and Louis C.K.

“It’s hard to come forward … don’t let this slow up,” Biden said. “This is time to fundamentally change the culture of how women are treated in American society … The culture is changing because so many brave women — knowing they were going to be vilified — are coming forward. Look at all these men have rightfully lost, now. Million dollar contracts! That wouldn’t have happened a year ago, five years ago, 10 years ago, so keep pushing.”

In October, Biden and Gaga worked together to promote the nonprofit organization It’s On Us, which provides education about identifying and preventing sexual assault on college campuses.

Former Senator and Vice-President Joe Biden is one of the country’s worst gropers of women and girls, and I do mean underage girls.

Has he suddenly found that old-time religion and renounced his touch-feely ways with women?

I doubt it.

What better way to meet women to feel up than places where the individuals present are ALL women. That would be a trauma center for women.

Careful, ladies. You’re letting the fox into the henhouse.

Instead of the henhouse, Joe belongs in the jailhouse.

Breaking: David Cassidy Dead at 67

Millions of elderly and near-elderly white women will be crying tonight.

Go ahead. There’s nothing wrong with fondly remembering the boy you had a crush on 40 some odd years ago.


David Cassidy, the ‘Partridge Family’ heartthrob who sold millions of records and became the fantasy of millions of girls, is dead.

Cassidy died in a Florida hospital after his organs failed.
TMZ broke the story, David was in need of a kidney transplant but ultimately doctors said it was futile. His liver and other organs shut down and early Sunday his son and ex-wife were summoned to the hospital to say goodbye.

Cassidy was a multi-faceted entertainer … from singing, to acting to Broadway to Vegas. “The Partridge Family” hit like an earthquake and catapulted him to stardom. The show ran from 1970 – 1974 and produced hits like “I Think I Love You,” “Come On Get Happy,” and “Doesn’t Somebody Want to Be Wanted.”

David reluctantly auditioned for the role of the guitar-playing Keith Partridge and producers cast him not even knowing if he could carry a tune.

After “The Partridge Family” ran its course, David recorded a number of solo hits, including the remakes of “Cherish,” “How Can I Be Sure” and “Rock Me Baby.”

He took the starring role on Broadway in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” from 1983 to 1984.

David was the son of actor Jack Cassidy and Broadway performer Evelyn Ward.

David guest starred in a number of TV series, including “The F.B.I.” “Marcus Welby, M.D.,” “Ironside,” “Bonanza” and “Medical Center.”
Cassidy battled alcoholism for most of his adult life.

He’s survived by son Beau, daughter Katie — who stars in “Arrow” — half-brothers Shaun, Patrick and Ryan, step-mother and co-star Shirley Jones and ex-wife Sue Shifrin-Cassidy.


Mulatto Colin Kaepernick Speaks with Imprisoned Rapper Meek Mill, Vows to Fight “harsh sentencing practices”


If the NFL is colluding to keep Colin Kaepernick from playing football in the NFL, then it’s the best thing the league has done in a long time.

I think, however, that Kaep’s playing skills degraded to the point where no team wanted him.

The white family who adopted him as a niglet really should be ashamed of themselves. He’s ungrateful to them, and loyal to his Nog half. Which was actually true of Obama too.

Like Obama, who knows what the other half is. Jew or not Jew?

CBS Sports

Rapper Meek Mill was sentenced to two to four years in prison earlier this month in Philadelphia for violating a term of his probation from a 2008 arrest. Former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick tweeted on Monday that he spoke to Mill and and said that he would use the sentencing as motivation to continue to fight “harsh sentencing practices” that plague people of color (POC).


Kaepernick, who was recently named GQ’s “Citizen of the Year,” has been involved in social activism for some time now. He began sitting, then kneeling in silent protest during the playing of the national anthem before games in August 2016, which snowballed into a protest saga that is still ongoing. He was using the protest as a vehicle to bring attention to police brutality and injustices against the African-American community.

He has worked with various charities as well, in addition to trying to find ways to make younger generations aware of their rights. Kaepernick has been out of the league since opting out of his contract with the 49ers in March, and in October he filed a grievance against the NFL and the team owners alleging that they have colluded to keep him out of the league due to his political stances.

We’ve known for a good while now that the next item in the (((cultural Marxist))) just society is one in which Negros escape jail or prison for their crimes. Instead, so-called counseling by (((headshrinkers))) would leave black criminals free to roam and terrorize everyone.

Kaepernick is just another “useful idiot” to the left.

NFL Considering Keeping Teams in Locker Room Until AFTER National Anthem

A significant number of white fans are angry with the National Football League for not punishing players who “take the knee” during the playing of the National Anthem before every game.

Trying to thread the needle, the NFL’s possible new policy isn’t likely to calm the roiled waters.

Keeping the players off the field during the playing of the National Anthem denies the players the “right” to protest. But it also represents a subtle form of kowtowing to the protesting players.

The fans want their black gladiators on the field and standing while the Anthem is played. Will they settle for less than that? Yes, some will. Football fanatics who live the game only care about their team winning the Superbowl. If a gang of mass murderers could win the big game, those fans would support them.

Football obsession is a form of mental illness.

Washington Post via NOLA

By The Washington Post

Some NFL owners believe there is a strong possibility they will enact an offseason change to the league’s national anthem policy if the players’ protests during the anthem persist through the end of this season, reverting to a previous approach of keeping players in the locker room while the anthem is played, according to several people familiar with the league’s inner workings.

“I think that if players are still kneeling at the end of the year, then it could very well happen,” said one person familiar with the owners’ deliberations on anthem-related issues.

That person said it was “too early to tell” for certain if the change to the anthem policy will be made by owners and the league. The person was “not sure” if a formal vote of the owners would be required to enact such a change but said, “I think most owners would support it, particularly if players continue to kneel this season.”

Those sentiments were echoed by several others with knowledge of the owners’ thinking on the matter. They said they did not know at this point exactly how many owners would favor such an approach, and they cautioned that there have been no detailed discussions yet about leaving teams and players in the locker room for the anthem because owners did not consider it appropriate to make an in-season change to the policy.

But they agreed that if the protests last all season and remain intensely controversial among fans, the issue will be raised during the offseason and a policy change to having players remain in the locker room until the anthem’s conclusion would have the support of a significant number of owners. They said the matter could be addressed at the annual league meeting in March.

“It would certainly have to be considered very strongly,” said an official with an NFL franchise who is familiar with the thinking of that team’s owner on the matter.

The NFL declined to comment.

The change to having players and coaches on the sideline for the anthem was made in 2009. The current league policy says that players must be on the sideline for the anthem. It suggests but does not require that players stand for the anthem.

At various points this season some players, including full teams, have remained off the field during the playing of the anthem. They have not been fined or otherwise disciplined by the NFL.

The league has been under intense pressure from President Donald Trump and some fans to require players to stand during the anthem. In September, Trump said during a campaign speech in Alabama that owners should fire any player who protested during the anthem. His fiery speech included a reference to such a player being a “son of a bitch” and it fueled an intense national controversy over the issue.

The pressure from the White House has not relented. After Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch refused to stand for the U.S. anthem before Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots in Mexico City, Trump offered critical comments Monday on Twitter.

“Marshawn Lynch of the NFL’s Oakland Raiders stands for the Mexican Anthem and sits down to boos for our national anthem,” Trump wrote. “Great disrespect! Next time NFL should suspend him for remainder of season. Attendance and ratings way down.”

Owners held a series of meetings last month in New York focused on the anthem and related topics. Owners met with representatives of the players, then held their regularly scheduled fall owners’ meeting. Owners emerged from those meetings without enacting a rule requiring players to stand for the anthem. But even without such a requirement, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and owners said they wanted players to stand.

“We believe everyone should stand for the national anthem,” Goodell said at the conclusion of the October owners’ meeting. “That’s an important part of our policy. It’s also an important part of our game that we all take great pride in. And it’s also important for us to honor our flag and our country, and we think our fans expect us to do that.”

Given the high earnings paid to NFL players and the exorbitant ticket prices, it’s not too much to expect the players to stand for a few minutes.