NFL Meltdown: Owners Reportedly Want to Take Cowboys from Patriotic Owner Jerry Jones


The Arkansas country boy owner of America’s Team has been critical of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, believing Goodell badly mishandled the Colin Kaepernick situation. Jones reportedly wants Goodell out of the Commissioner’s position.

Now, although not likely, it’s Jones who may be kicked out of football.

The more conflict in the NFL, the better the prospects for draining the cultural swamp. Black athletes need to be taught a lesson for their disrespect for the flag and National Anthem.

CBS Sports

The drama surrounding Jerry Jones and Roger Goodell is getting more and more heated by the day, with new reports about Jones’ battle with the contractual situation surrounding the commissioner continuing to simmer. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported on Sunday that owners are starting to turn on the Cowboys owner because of how he’s attempted to wield his power in ownership circles.

And there might even be a “nuclear” option on the table too, as Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reported on Sunday night that some owners have begun digging into the CBA to consider the possibility of making Jones forfeit his ownership of the Cowboys.

To be very clear, this is a seriously long shot and an unlikely outcome. Just like Goodell, Jones has helped his fellow owners make piles and piles of money.

But there is a bylaw the owners could use in this case. According to Florio’s report, “multiple owners have already been discussing the possibility” of using Article VIII in the NFL’s constitution and bylaws.

From Florio:
Specifically, Section 8.13 authorizes the commissioner to determine that an owner “has been or is guilty of conduct detrimental to the welfare of the League or professional football.” If the commissioner believes the available sanction (a $500,000 fine) is “not adequate or sufficient,” the commissioner may refer the issue to the NFL’s Executive Committee, which has the power to compel “[c]ancellation or forfeiture of the franchise in the League of any member club involved or implicated,” with a directive to sell the team.

It’s basically kicking Jones out of the club. But it’s not as simple as telling Jones he has to sell. There would be lawsuits and lawsuits and more lawsuits, with the two sides battling for years (if not decades).

It’s probably not going to happen. But it is reportedly at least is being discussed in ownership circles.

Apparently, the decision by Jones to back Papa John’s owner John Schnatter was “the primary affront” to the other owners — Florio reports there are owners who believe “Jones instigated Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter to disparage the NFL, blaming league leadership for ratings declines and, in turn, a reduction in Papa John’s revenues.”

As Andrew Anglin wryly noted, Papa John’s is the official pizza of the Alt-Right.


Sean Hannity Fans Call for Boycott as 3 Sponsors Pull Ads

When I heard Sean Hannity on the radio (I don’t watch TV so I didn’t see his TV show), I heard him say in defense of Roy Moore that he wasn’t present when Roy had an alleged sexual encounter with a 14 year old girl.

Defending Roy Moore, even with a common sense statement like Hannity’s, is going to get you punished.

Ih Hannity’s case the punishment came from his advertisers in response to liberal screams of anguish.

The Wrap

Fans of Sean Hannity have called for a boycott of Keurig after the coffee machine company joined at least two other companies to stop advertising on the Fox News show.

On Friday, Keurig and announced on Twitter that they would stop advertising on Hannity’s shows after complaints about the host’s defense of embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

“We worked with our media partner and Fox news to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show,” Keurig announced on Friday, responding to a tweet from Angelo Carusone, the president of the left-leaning advocacy group Media Matters for America.

Similarly, past sponsor tagged Media Matters when it tweeted, “We are not currently, and will not be running TV ads on Hannity.”

And plus-size fashion label Eloquii announced, “Hannity is blocked from our advertising list.”

The only one of these companies that I have any dealings with is I visit their website, but won’t be doing so in the future.

Hannity would be one of the last to defend a pedophile. In fact, I recall him saying that if Roy did what he’s accused of, he should drop out of the Alabama Senate race. Since I’m not politically correct, I have argued the opposite: Roy Moore must become the next Senator from Alabama if Trump is to succeed in draining even a small part of the swamp.

As reported at The Gateway Pundit, some people are smashing their Keurig machines:

Vile Jewess Mila Kunis’ Donations to PP in Mike Pence’s Name Creates Backlash Against Jim Beam


It seems that I’m always posting on the obnoxious behavior of Jewish celebrity women. I’m thinking of Lena Dunham, Chelsea Handler, and Amy Schumer in particular.

Add Mila Kunis to the list. She’s utterly revolting.

Her connection with Jim Beam, the alcoholic beverage, has allegedly resulted in a boycott by pro-life people. That sounds like a good idea to me.

Huffington Post

Mila Kunis made a lot of people angry because of her comments on the “Conan” show last Thursday.

The “Bad Moms” actress and Jim Beam spokesperson revealed that she makes monthly donations to Planned Parenthood in Vice President Mike Pence’s name.

“I disagreed with some of the stuff that Pence was doing and was trying to do,” Kunis said. “And so, as a reminder that there are women out there in the world that may or may not agree with his platform, I put him on a list of reoccurring donations that are made in his name to Planned Parenthood.”

Kunis knew the comments would upset people, as she started off the segment with O’Brien by saying, “This is when the hate mail comes my way ― I apologize if I’m offending anybody.”

Her predictions were correct, as pro-life advocates immediately lashed out on Twitter, writing that they would #BoycottBeam until Kunis was dismissed as a spokesperson.

I can’t boycott something I don’t consume.

Oh well. Let’s take a second look at Mila:


After Daily Stormer Names Papa John’s the Official Pizza of the Alt-Right, the Restaurant Tells Racists Not to Eat There


In this post at the Daily Stormer, Andrew Anglin advises everyone to eat the pizza that “Niggers hate the most,” that being Papa John’s.

In response, the Papa has turned on Anglin and the rest of the alt-right, warning us not to buy their pizza.

What’s a poor racist to do? Find a local wop and have the Dago make you a real authentic Italian pizza. The Dagos all hate Niggers, so they will welcome you like a brother from a different mother.

Sacramento Bee

Over the past few days, pizza has become something of a political matter.

After the CEO of Papa John’s blamed NFL player protests for poor profits this week, the pizza chain was slammed on social media by consumers and even rival pizza-makers for the quality of its pizza – the true reason for suffering sales, those critics claim.

Some took it a step or two further, calling Papa John’s founder and CEO John Schnatter a racist, with one white supremacist website naming Papa John’s the official pizza of the “alt-right,” Newsweek reported.

Whether that ends up happening or not, Papa John’s has a message for racists: Don’t buy our pizza.

The full statement, received by The Huffington Post via email from the company’s senior director of public relations:

“We condemn racism in all forms and any and all hate groups that support it. We do not want these individuals or groups to buy our pizza.”

Meanwhile, some liberals have threatened to boycott Papa John’s and take their pie-buying business to competitor Little Caesars, whose founder Mike Ilitch reportedly paid for civil rights figure Rosa Parks’ housing for the last 11 years of her life, according to a Sports Business Daily story from 2014.

Some say the company will rebound, in image and in profits.

“People get upset and the outrage lasts for a week,” marketing professor Lakshman Krishnamurthi told The Washington Post. “These kinds of things blow over.”

Negro Feetsball Player Displays Rump to Insult Trump



Disgusting! It’s unbelievable to think that there are white people who wear the jerseys of their team with the names of players like this on on the back. Just incredible!

The Gateway Pundit

Marshawn Lynch plays running back for the Oakland Raiders.

Today Marshawn wore an “Everybody versus Trump” T-shirt into the locker room before the game.

Such a bold statement.

Break a Knee! Sports-Hating Styx Opines on Whiny Millionaires and Trump’s Statements (Video)

Styx mocks sports and sports fans. LOL. Oh, the ridicule is great in this one! Fun!

He in passing suggests that the NFL make a rule requiring that players stand for the anthem since the legalistic NFL has rules about just about everything that a player can do.

Fire Chief Out After Using N-Word on Black Steelers Head Coach



Contrast the national headlines over an emotional use of the word “Nigger” to the rapid fading from view of the Nashville church shooting story that involved a black immigrant killing one white person and wounding seven.

Even if you believe that the use of the word “Nigger” is objectionable by white people, is it really justified to force a man out in the case of a situation in which 200 black football players allegedly disrespected the country that gave them their opportunity to become instant millionaires? Emotions do run high sometimes.

The chief resigned. Never resign. Make them fire you.

CBS News

PITTSBURGH — Volunteer fire chief Paul Smith resigned from his position Tuesday in wake of a shocking message he posted on Facebook using a racial slur, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

In a statement to the newspaper, Smith said, “The media dragged my fire company and township into this as well as my family.”

Smith’s Facebook message grabbed national headlines and came amid the fallout after the Pittsburgh Steelers game Sunday, when the team decided to stay in the tunnel at Chicago’s Soldier Field during the national anthem.

The fan reaction was mixed from support for the players to outraged fury over their decision. However, as CBS Pittsburgh reported, many local residents felt Smith’s response crossed the line.

Smith, the chief of Cecil Volunteer Fire Station #2, posted a derogatory response on Facebook which directed a racial slur at Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin.

Reaction to Smith’s post in Cecil Township was quick and negative.

The Cecil Township Board of Supervisors said in a statement Tuesday that it’s “deeply disturbed by the comments made by Volunteer Chief Smith, and in no way, shape or form condone his comments.”

Dylan Pareso, who lives across the street from the fire hall, said, “I’m completely upset, especially for a town like this, coming from the fire chief, that’s disrespectful in my eyes. I don’t agree with it one bit.”

Mary Plumley told CBS Pittsburgh, “For a fire chief or for anybody like that to say something like that is wrong. They don’t need to be in that position.”

“It’s not good. No, I don’t like it at all,” Janet Vickers said.

Wes Leopold reacted to Smith’s post, saying, “It’s kind of a dumb thing to do. I think, there’s enough tension in this country. He’s definitely adding to it.”

Chief Smith is out of the country on vacation, but on Facebook, he responded to CBS Pittsburgh.

“I am embarrassed at this. I want to apologize. I was frustrated and angry at the Steelers not standing the anthem. This had nothing to do with my Fire Department. I regret what I said.”

“My fire department should have never been dragged into this. It was a bad judgement by me, for which I am very embarrassed, for them and my township.”

Also Tuesday, the Steelers’ president Art Rooney II released a statement on Twitter to reiterate that the team’s decision to stay in the locker room was meant to remove themselves from making a political statement.

Meanwhile, Steelers lineman Alejandro Villanueva — the only Steelers player standing outside the tunnel for the national anthem before their game Sunday — said on Monday that the he did not intend to make a political statement. He said the national anthem situation got out of control and he is taking the blame.

“Unfortunately I threw my teammates under the bus, unintentionally,” Villanueva said. “Every single time I see that picture of me standing by myself I feel embarrassed.”

With that apology, Villanueva went from hero to zero. As I’ve written before, he probably doesn’t want to be the target of super violent career-ending tackles on the field made by black activist thug players.