Jewish Billionaire NBA Owner Takes Down Uppity Negro Millionaire Player

When it comes to a contretemps between a Jewish billionaire and a black millionaire, I’d put my money on the billionaire to win.

If the billionaire is on a short leash, such as the billionaire owners of Negro Felons League teams, then it’s a different story.

The Jewish NFL billioaires foolishly turned over power to regulate themselves to a Negro worshiping cuck, Roger Goodell.

We can hope that the fun we’ve had watching football take a tumble in the eyes of the world repeats itself.

New York Post

Mark Cuban is taking exception to Draymond Green’s comments about team owners.

Green said last week they should be called chairmen, so as not to insinuate that they own someone, in the wake of Texans owner Bob McNair’s comment that the NFL “can’t have inmates running the prison.”

Now, Cuban wants an apology.

“For him to try to turn it into something it’s not is wrong,” the Mavericks owner told ESPN. “He owes the NBA an apology. I think he does, because to try to create some connotation that owning equity in a company that you busted your ass for is the equivalent of ownership in terms of people, that’s just wrong. That’s just wrong in every which way.”

Green was one of many athletes who took to social media to express anger regarding McNair’s comment, calling it “Donald Sterling-esque” as part of a longer Instagram post.

“For starters, let’s stop using the word owner and maybe use the word Chairman,” Green wrote. “To be owned by someone just sets a bad precedent to start. It sets the wrong tone. It gives one the wrong mindset.”

Cuban, one of the more outspoken NBA owners, did not appreciate Green’s response and went on to point out the programs the Mavericks have in place to help develop their players.

“People who read that message and misinterpret it — make it seem like we don’t do everything possible to help our players succeed and don’t care about their families and don’t care about their lives, like hopefully we do for all of our employees — that’s just wrong,” Cuban said.

“We own equity. We don’t own people. … I guess it’s because he went to Michigan State and didn’t take any business classes, but you own equity. When you own a team, you own equity, shares of stock. That’s called ownership. Tell him if he wants to take classes at Indiana’s business school, I’ll even pay for his classes and we’ll help him learn that stuff.”

Luckily NBA players are not hired for their brainpower. Only a truly dumb Negro would equate ownership of a business with owning the employees of that business. I guess it’s the legacy of slavery.

Negros should be seen and not heard.

Actually, they shouldn’t be seen either.

Winning! NFL Yells “Calf Rope”


When a person is ready to submit or admit defeat, they sometimes will express that by yelling, “Calf rope.” I think it’s an old southern expression. It’s probably not familiar to today’s youth though.

Anyway, the NFL has lost the battle over the National Anthem that was fueled by President Donald Trump.

Here’s what the NFL plans to do.

Business Insider

As the debate rages over protests during the national anthem before NFL games, Commissioner Roger Goodell now says the league has a plan to end the protests and unify the league.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter has obtained a letter sent to all 30 teams in which Goodell says the league needs to “move past this controversy” but also hints at a plan to address the concerns being raised by players and help give them a bigger voice in addressing social issues outside the NFL.

“The controversy over the Anthem is a barrier to having honest conversations and making real progress on the underlying issues,” Goodell wrote. “We need to move past this controversy, and we want to do that together with our players.”

Goodell goes on to write that the league has developed a plan it will share with the players during next week’s league meeting.

“Building on many discussions with clubs and players, we have worked to develop a plan that we will review with you at next week’s League meeting,” Goodell said. “This would include such elements as an in-season platform to promote the work of our players on these core issues, and that will help to promote positive change in our country.”

Goodell does emphasize that the NFL, like many fans, believes “everyone should stand for the National Anthem.” Presumably, the plan would also include a new rule requiring players to be on the sideline and standing during the anthems, something the NFL is reportedly “considering.”

Here is the entire letter from Goodell, via Schefter:

“We live in a country that can feel very divided. Sports, and especially the NFL, brings people together and lets them set aside those divisions, at least for a few hours. The current dispute over the National Anthem is threatening to erode the unifying power of our game, and is now dividing us, and our players, from many fans across the country.

“I’m very proud of our players and owners who have done the hard work over the past year to listen, understand and attempt to address the underlying issues within their communities. At our September committee meetings, we heard directly from several players about why these issues are so important to them and how we can support their work. And last week, we met with the leadership of the NFLPA and more players to advance the dialogue.

“Like many of our fans, we believe that everyone should stand for the National Anthem. It is an important moment in our game. We want to honor our flag and our country, and our fans expect that of us. We also care deeply about our players and respect their opinions and concerns about critical social issues. The controversy over the Anthem is a barrier to having honest conversations and making real progress on the underlying issues. We need to move past this controversy, and we want to do that together with our players.

“Building on many discussions with clubs and players, we have worked to develop a plan that we will review with you at next week’s League meeting. This would include such elements as an in-season platform to promote the work of our players on these core issues, and that will help to promote positive change in our country. We want to ensure that any work at the League level is consistent with the work that each club is doing in its own community, and that we dedicate a platform that can enable these initiatives to succeed. Additionally, we will continue the unprecedented dialogue with our players.

“I expect and look forward to a full and open discussion of these issues when we meet next week in New York. Everyone involved in the game needs to come together on a path forward to continue to be a force for good within our communities, protect the game, and preserve our relationship with fans throughout the country. The NFL is at its best when we ourselves are unified. In that spirit, let’s resolve that next week we will meet this challenge in a unified and positive way.”

What you’ve just read is a politician trying to straddle the fence. On the one hand the blacks who make up the majority of players have the ability to go on strike. On the other, the fans have been boycotting the game to a sufficient degree that it’s surely made an impact on the bottom line.

There’s still a lot of negotiating to do. As opponents of the sport, we hope that Roger fails.

NFL: White Fan Taunts $21 Million Black Raider Player, Confrontation Ensues

The confrontation between a white fan and a black player captured on video does nothing to help the NFL’s declining reputation with the American public.

That’s a good thing if you care about living in a healthy society. The fan and player even got it into on social media. Fan is short for fanatic and anyone who invests his being in giving a **** about the NFL is not mentally healthy.

Watch the physical confrontation on youtube, if it works better for you.

New York Post

Donald Penn bent, but he never snapped.

The Pro Bowl left tackle of the Raiders entered into a shouting match with taunting fans in the Oakland parking lot after his team lost a 30-17 game to the Ravens on Sunday, dropping the Raiders to 2-3 as frustration builds, but the giant never threw down.

Penn, in his 11th year, exited his car as a group of fans heckled, the apparent leader wearing a Raiders shirt. Penn, all 6-foot-5 and 305 pounds of him, approached the fan and started screaming, the only discernible words not flattering.

“What you gonna do, b—h ass n—-a,” Penn screamed, with nothing between the fans and the offensive tackle but a small metal barricade and a few security guards.

Penn never lost control and returned to his car.

“He threw a bottle at my car but I should of stayed in the car he was tryna get me to react so he could sue me glad I took a sec 2 think,” Penn tweeted Sunday night.

Penn, who has been in Oakland since 2014 after seven seasons with Tampa, signed a two-year, $21 million deal last month.

247sports reports that the fan in the video is 27 year old Sal Chevarria. He and the player exchanged words not just in person, but also on social media, as seen below.

Al Sharpton OUTRAGED as Black Sportscaster Jemele Hill Suspended by ESPN for NFL Tweet


Although people who do not follow sports have probably never heard of Jemele Hill, they probably have heard of the busybody Negro Al Sharpton, who injects his sorry a** into as many racial controversies as he can.

New York Daily News

ESPN suspended host Jemele Hill on Monday after she tweeted about Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ national anthem stance — and the network suddenly felt the backlash.

The Rev. Al Sharpton jumped into “The Star-Spangled Banner” brouhaha, sharing his opposition to the disciplinary action and urging fans to take a stand.


“ESPN’s suspension of Jemele Hill is an outrage and should NOT go unanswered,” Sharpton tweeted. “ESPN and advertisers will hear from us!”

After Jones said Sunday that he would not play anyone on his team who took a knee during the anthem, Hill tweeted that fans who disagreed could make their feelings known by targeting Cowboys advertisers.

“If you strongly reject what Jerry Jones said, the key is his advertisers,” Hill tweeted Sunday. “Don’t place the burden squarely on the players.”

She insisted Monday that she wasn’t advocating an NFL boycott.

ESPN used a wordy statement to explain its decision to suspend Hill, but the network was as silent as a losing team’s locker room over Sharpton’s call to action. A corporate spokesman declined to comment when asked about Sharpton’s tweet. “America’s Team” and “The Worldwide Leader in Sports” share some advertisers.

Sharpton tackled the network hours after ESPN said it was benching the host of “The Six.”

“Jemele Hill has been suspended for two weeks for a second violation of our social media guidelines,” ESPN said Monday afternoon. “She previously acknowledged letting her colleagues and company down with an impulsive tweet. In the aftermath, all employees were reminded of how individual tweets may reflect negatively on ESPN and that such actions would have consequences. Hence this decision.”

On Sunday night, Hill tweeted multiple times about Jones and was critical of his vow to bench players if they kneel during the national anthem.

Jerry Jones appears to be one of the few in the NFL who has any sense at all. He’s also one of the few non-Jewish owners in football. Maybe that makes a difference since Jews are born social justice warriors, although they must be choking on the lost shekels the “take the knee” flap has cost them so far.

Bar says ‘Lynch Kaepernick’ jerseys are not racist

Since the picture was taken the football jerseys above have been switched to read “Kaepernick Lynch.” Thus, a white man has given in to political correctness.

We shouldn’t be too hard on him though. As a businessman, he’d prefer that his bar not be burned to the ground by some feral darkie or liberal.

New York Post

A Missouri bar has been accused of racism on social media after a passerby snapped a photo of the bar’s “doormat,” which featured Marshawn Lynch’s Raiders jersey and Colin Kaepernick’s 49ers jersey taped side by side on the sidewalk and read “Lynch Kaepernick.”

The Facebook user, Taylor Sloan, noticed the jersey arrangement as he was walking down the street on Sunday and publicly rebuked SNAFU bar of Lake Ozark, Miss. for the offensive message.

“There’s a reason why the NAACP issued a travel warning for Missouri,” Sloan wrote in the Facebook post, via Huffington Post, which has since been removed. “Pretty obvious the lack of professionalism at this bar. You lost my business the moment you decided to showcase this kind of behavior.”

SNAFU owner Jason Burle saw Sloan’s reaction and initiated a heated Facebook exchange over the intent behind the jersey display. Burle, who said he is a veteran, explained the bar’s connection to the military and that he felt offended by Kaepernick “disrespecting the country” when he opted to kneel during the national anthem last season in protest of racial inequality and oppression in the United States.

The former 49ers quarterback’s action launched a movement in the NFL and other leagues, which reached a peak last weekend when every NFL team made a statement in some way in response to President Donald Trump’s critical comments. Lynch, who came out of retirement this season to be the Raiders’ starting running back, caused a stir when he sat for the anthem during the team’s first preseason game. He told his coach he’s been sitting since he first entered the league in 2007.

Burle defended the display as his right to freedom of speech and accused Sloan of reading racism into the jersey alignment.

“It’s funny to me that someone would look that far deeply into it just to find a racist link,” Burle wrote through SNAFU Bar’s Facebook account. “… The way they were displayed was purely out of accident. But once again just like those players some of you think everything has to be about race and Hate.”

While Burle stands behind his original argument that he didn’t intend for the jerseys to make a racist statement, he told local TV station KOMU this week, he has since swapped the jerseys so they read “Kaepernick Lynch.”

Sloan views the bar’s actions, done purposefully or not, as a sign of the larger racial division the NFL protests are bringing to the forefront of the national discussion.

“It saddens me to see that kind of behavior, albeit out of ignorance or not,” Sloan told the Huffington Post Thursday. “This is bigger than me or him, it’s about racism so systemic that some don’t even acknowledge it happening, or disguising it as patriotism ― which in their mind is absolute.”

This is contemptible busybody Bruce Logan’s Tweet that drew attention to a harmless display.

Kaepernick and Lynch’s messages are not about politely asking the police to stop murdering black males. The police rarely murder any one. Kaepernick’s message is one of hatred for America. Logan knows that at some level. He’s just a pot stirrer like Kaepernick.

Trump Proud of Pence for Football Game Hasty Exit

Trump wanted to stir the pot again. Pence was his selected instrument.


President Trump on Sunday praised Vice President Mike Pence for walking out of the Indianapolis Colts game after several San Francisco 49ers kneeled during the national anthem.

Pence was expected to attend the Colts game Sunday, but tweeted that he left in response to the kneeling players.

“I left today’s Colts game because President Trump and I will not dignify any event that disrespects our soldiers, our Flag, or our National Anthem,” Pence said in a statement.

“At a time when so many Americans are inspiring our nation with their courage, resolve, and resilience, now, more than ever, we should rally around our Flag and everything that unites us.”

Pence said he stands with Trump and will “always stand for our Flag and our National Anthem.”

President Trump spurred controversy last month when he attacked NFL players who kneel during the national anthem.

Since Trump’s comments, several players have kneeled when the anthem plays ahead of their games.

In a breathtaking display of genius (not!), a sportwriter has called Pence’s move a political stunt, which of course it is.


An Indianapolis sports columnist accused Vice President Mike Pence of using a Colts game to stage a political event after Pence walked out of the game over football players kneeling during the national anthem.

Gregg Doyel wrote in a column for the Indianapolis Star that Pence had staged the walk-out as the Colts played against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday and that “Pence knew” players would be kneeling.

“What, you think he didn’t know the 49ers would kneel on Sunday? Pence knew. The 49ers are the one franchise, the only franchise, that have had at least one player kneel before every game since Colin Kaepernick was the first to do it in the 2016 preseason,” Doyel wrote. “Kaepernick played for the 49ers, of course.”

Doyel also noted that reporters following Pence were told to stay in a van outside the game “because Pence wouldn’t be there long.”

NBC News reporter Vaughn Hillyard, one of the pool reporters with Pence, tweeted that reporters were told to stay in a van outside the game because Pence “may depart the game early.”

I know that we’re being played, but this stunt still gladdens my heart. Anything that draws negative attention to the Negro Felons League is OK by me.

Barack Obama, in contrast to Pence, would have shown his approval for the ape’s kneeling by spouting off something about inequality.

Shock poll: NFL now least liked sport, core fans down 31%

The Negro Felons League is paying a price for its anti-white racism, but the price isn’t high enough.

Hopefully, the dumb apes who started the campaign to kill the goose that laid golden eggs for them will keep taking the knee to disrespect the flag and the National Anthem.

Ideally, the NFL, the player’s union, and the TV networks will be driven into bankruptcy by the actions of the ungrateful black millionaires.

Washington Examiner

Over just one month of player, coach, and owner protests of the flag and National Anthem, the National Football League has gone from America’s sport to the least liked of top professional and college sports, according to a new poll.

From the end of August to the end of September, the favorable ratings for the NFL have dropped from 57 percent to 44 percent, and it has the highest unfavorable rating – 40 percent – of any big sport, according to the Winston Group survey provided exclusively to Secrets.

Worse for football, which was already seeing lower TV ratings and empty stadium seats, the month of protests and complaints about them from President Trump drove core fans, men 34-54, away, the most significant indicator that NFL brass aren’t in touch with their base.

The Winston Poll from the Washington-based Winston Group found that the attitude of those fans went from an August rating of 73 percent favorable and 19 percent unfavorable to 42 percent favorable and 47 percent unfavorable, a remarkable turn against the sport.

According to the poll analysis, “more critically for the NFL, the fall off in favorables occurred among important audiences. Among males, NFL favorables fell 23 percent, going from 68 percent to 45 percent. In looking at a more specific audience, males 34-54, NFL favorables fell 31 percent, going from 73 percent to 42 percent. Among this group the NFL has a surprising negative image, as it went from +54 percent in August to -5 percent in September.”

The Winston Poll was of brand images for the NFL, Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, and college football and basketball. It was of 1,000 registered voters and taken August 29-30 and then again September 28-29.

In August, baseball had the highest favorables, just a few points above the NFL.

Fans disgusted by football shouldn’t forget the sponsors too. Advertisers should also have to pay a price.