Super Sunday Stuff

It doesn’t matter whether you plan to watch the annual spectacle that happens in a little while. To some it is the finale to the yearly season of large men beating each other up. My wife knows nothing about the game but watches for the commercials, which are the most expensive advertising spots in the medium. This year will be tainted by a bunch of rich black men whining about how stupid standing for our anthem is and how all cops are racists who shoot innocent black men in the back for fun. The NFL has a commissioner named Roger Goodell who just signed a 5 year extension with an annual salary of $50 million and a private plane for life. The owners surrendered to the players’ terrorism and will divert $100 million from legitimate charities and hand it over to grievance clubs like BLM and other socialist causes. It’s turned in to a bunch of crap. This makes it:

‘All I know is murder’
Everything about how far professional football has fallen and how the NFL celebrates the obscene, the vulgar, the dangerous, and the foolish will be on full display as that song blares as the Eagles take the field.
We do not know whether the Eagles will be kneeling prior to the big game as they have during the season. Or whether they will be following the dictates of their union which, after accepting $100 million from the owners, decided that white racism and police brutality were not so bad after all.
Meek Mill will not be there. He’s in the joint. The slammer. All for a violating his parole over and over and over. All for committing crimes over and over and over.
The Eagles don’t think that is fair. Don’t you know that crime is the new black entitlement? The mayor and district attorney of the City of Brotherly Love certainly do: That was their platform during their recent elections.
The Eagles and Meek Mill adopted each other, with the Eagles and other Meek Mill partisans selling eager reporters on one fairy tale after another of police misconduct, judicial corruption, and circumstantial evidence.

BLM Issues Travel Advisory To Minnesota During Super Bowl Weekend
The Minnesota Black Lives Matter chapter released a travel advisory for Super Bowl weekend Thursday, warning black people of extremely dangerous St. Paul police officers.
Precautions are necessary in light of numerous instances of police brutality against black individuals, the group added.
“The St. Paul police department is the deadliest department in the state of Minnesota, killing more people annually than any other department in the state.

Puppy Bowl to feature shelter dogs from hurricane ravaged areas like Puerto Rico, Florida and Texas this year – and a SLOTH will make an appearance as referee’s assistant
Every year Animal Planet offers the Puppy Bowl as alternative to the Super Bowl
Puppy Bowl XIV will feature shelter dogs from areas decimated by hurricanes
Team Ruff and Team Fluff will have 90 rescued puppies and shelter dogs
The event will also feature Shirley the rescue sloth as the referee’s assistant
The 14th annual Puppy Bowl promises to be the biggest ever with 90 puppies participating in the battle to win the ‘Lombarky’ trophy.
The event will feature rescue puppies from hurricane ravaged areas including Puerto Rico, Florida and Texas.
The Puppy Bowl will air on Animal Planet on Sunday, just before the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl Preview With ‘Bad Lip Reading’

President Trump Tells NBC to Go Stick It on their Super Bowl Interview Request
Sources at NBC affirmed that their interview requests have been turned down. But Trump still has an open invitation, should he choose to change his mind, the sources said.
NBC is televising the Super Bowl on Sunday. It is traditionally the highest-rated event of the year by far.
A pre-Super Bowl interview with the president has become an American tradition in the past decade.
When Fox televised the Super Bowl last year, Trump sat down with Fox’s Bill O’Reilly at the White House.

Michelle Obama To “Frightened” Americans: “All We Have Is Hope”
“All we have is hope,” the former first lady says in a preview clip from Thursday’s “Ellen” show. Obama’s sit-down with host Ellen DeGeneres marks her first TV interview since leaving the White House last year.
“People are afraid, but then there are people who feel good about the direction of the country, so I mean, that’s what makes this country complicated because it’s made up of so many different people from different backgrounds,” Obama tells DeGeneres, when asked what advice she’d give people who find the world to be a “scary place right now.”
“The thing I learned in the eight years that I was in the White House is that what we do every day in our lives, the good things that we do every day — and we know we do it: we show empathy, we care for each other, you know, we do have a lot in common,” says Obama. “That’s what it means to lead with hope and not fear.”

Michelle Obama is Back on the Job
Surely Barack Obama recognizes how distressing it is for liberals to have to deal with a commander-in-chief who, instead of saying “I” 96 times in a 72-minute speech, in an 80-minute speech, chooses instead to say “We” 129 times. That’s why, every chance he gets to set the record straight, albeit, with finesse, Barack makes sure to disparage the sitting president. Now Mrs. Obama is back, assisting her husband in eloquently casting all things Trump in a less-than-becoming light.
In addition to being part of Ellen’s birthday festivities, Michelle exploited the opportunity as an excuse to address the fragile sensibilities of those gripped with fear over having a man in the White House who puts America first; elevates adoption over abortion; honors law enforcement and the military; worships God, stands for the Pledge of Allegiance; doesn’t have domestic terrorist friends who stomp on the American flag; defeats ISIS; cuts taxes and recognizes that “Americans are DREAMers too.

A year after Obama, Dems still looking for replacement
Over the past year, the flavor of the month has swung wildly, from Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) early in 2017 with her “Nevertheless, she persisted” moment, and later with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) on the heels of the cultural “Me too” movement.
Democrats expect to field a crowded primary in 2020 with as many as 30 potential candidates vying for the nomination. Democratic strategists say the bench includes heavy hitters like former Vice President Joe Biden, 2016 primary runner-up Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Sens. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and Cory Booker (D-N.J.) in addition to Warren and Gillibrand

Trump Called It – Hundreds of Cases of Voter Fraud Confirmed in Key Swing State
Noncitizen immigrants may have cast 544 ballots illegally out of more than 93 million ballots in elections spanning 18 years in Pennsylvania, state election officials said Wednesday.
A Department of State official, Jonathan Marks, told the House State Government Committee that the agency’s analysis covered 35 primary and general elections from 2000 through 2017. The number of possibly illegal ballots comes to one in every 172,000.

REPORT: Hillary Rushed 10 Arrested Russian Spies Back to Moscow in Deal with Putin
For a decade, the FBI ran an operation called Ghost Stories to monitor and rip apart a deep-cover Russian agent network. Ghost Stories tracked a ring Russian spies who lived between Boston and Washington, D.C., under false identities. It was one of the FBI’s most elaborate and successful counterintelligence operations in history.
After the FBI arrested 10 of the spies in June, 2010, Secretary of State Clinton worked feverishly to return the Russian agents to Moscow in a hastily arranged, lopsided deal with Putin.
It all happened as the uranium deal was in play: An arrangement to provide Moscow’s state Rosatom nuclear agency with 20 percent of American uranium capacity, with $145,000,000 to pour into the Clinton Family Foundation and its projects.

Congressional Black Caucus: Trump Should Be Impeached for ‘Legitimizing Bigotry’
“The articles of impeachment put forth by Green don’t allege Trump has committed a crime; instead, they assert that Trump has “brought the high office of president of the United States in contempt, ridicule, disgrace, and disrepute” and “has sown discord among the people of the United States,” the Hill reported.
The articles of impeachment cite Trump’s alleged remarks about “shithole countries,” his comments about the NFL “take a knee” protests during the National Anthem, and his opinion on protesters and counter-protesters over the removal of a Confederate monument in Charlottesville, Virginia last summer.

Democrats spooked? Internal letter says FISA memo ‘provides no credible basis’ for Trump to fire Rod Rosenstein
The controversial memo outlining alleged abuses of secret surveillance by the FBI and Justice Department “provides no credible basis” for President Trump to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, said a top Democratic lawmaker in a letter sent to colleagues on Saturday even as the White House has said there are no plans to make any changes at the DOJ.

MSNBC Panel Says Trump Is a ‘Dictator’ Who’s Owned by Putin: ‘We Need a Revolution’


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2 responses to “Super Sunday Stuff

  1. chrissythehyphenated

    The man suspected of killing both Indianapolis Colts player Edwin Jackson and his Uber driver early Sunday is in the country illegally AGAIN and driving illegally AGAIN. He has been deported twice, has a prior conviction in California for driving under the influence, and had a blood-alcohol level nearly three times the legal limit on Sunday.