Reporter Claims Decision To Play Football Marks Big Ten's 'Darkest Day'- Did She Forget These Sex Crime Scandals?
By Johnathan Jones
Published September 17, 2020 at 8:16am
The Big Ten, one of college footballs premier sports conferences, will play a modified fall season beginning next month, the conference announced Wednesday.
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But if you thought that news would be warmly received by everyone, youd be wrong.
There are many people who have a stake in making the lives of Americans miserable.
Downtrodden people in election years tend to seek change, so youd have to assume to some degree that COVID lockdowns, tacit support for rioting from elites and the shuttering of amateur sports leagues and schools are related to the election.
Democrats in the media, in government and in academia want President Donald Trump to lose in November.
They want it very badly, and so they wanted to temporarily cancel college football in the rust belt and treat student-athletes like sacrificial lambs.
They had the Big Ten and its fans up against the wall until they didnt.
Big Ten players can now determine whether or not they will play this season.
Big Ten football is back:
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We worked Northwestern football games at Dyche Stadium in Evanston, Illinois. One game when they were playing Michigan, there was a Wolverines student fan in with the Northwestern students since we were in the student section.
The Northwestern fans were giving the Michigan fan some grief. I announced out loud to them all, "If you were in Ann Arbor would you want to be treated in the same manner?"