Sunday, December 13, 2015

The Fatal Flaw that Cost “the Best Player in College Football by Far” the Heisman Trophy


Guess which player was the nation's best, and which one won?

When Christian McCaffrey’s father, Ed (above) played for the New York Giants, his black teammates referred to him as “the slow white guy,” even though he was faster than all of them. All. As in, 4.3 in the 40.

Excerpted by Nicholas Stix

“For the second time in six years, a white running back from Stanford University came in second place in Heisman Trophy balloting to a black running back from the University of Alabama. And for the second time, America may be getting a glimpse of the only racial discrimination that exists in sports—that directed against whites.”

Read the whole thing at VDARE.

1 comment:

Joshua Sinistar said...

Pull the plug. Tell everyone you know to boycott college and NFL games totally. Even if the owners are Billionaires, they can't afford to play empty stadium games. Turn off the TV too. Make their ratings flatline.