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Saturday, September 02, 2017

Moron Fodder Headlines at AOL

By Nicholas Stix


Paper noose found hanging outside dorm room
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (KDVR) -- A Colorado State University student said he found a paper noose hanging from a rail outside of his dorm room. Elijah Thomas said…

[AOL is promoting an obvious hate hoax.]


Sonia Sotomayor spotted taking in Yankees game
As an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Sonia Sotomayor is one of the most important and informed legal minds in the country. As a Bronx native, she's al…

[Affirmative action baby Sotomayor is no legal mind at all.]


Former MVP Justin Verlander traded in last-minute move
(Reuters) - The Houston Astros made a major post-season push at the deadline by acquiring decorated pitcher Justin Verlander in a trade with the Detroit Tigers…

[I had not been aware that Justin Verlander was a combat veteran.]


Study: Basic universal income could grow economy
A monthly check of $1,000 delivered to every American adult would grow the US economy by roughly $2.5 trillion over the course of eight years, according to a n…

[Yes, if we remove $23.7 trillion from the economy to cut everyone a welfare check, they’d return $26.2 trillion to the economy. Makes perfect sense to me!]


Elliott claims NFL had 'conspiracy' to suspend him
The NFLPA filed a request on Thursday to block any suspension of Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, according to reports. Elliott, who was handed a s…

[But of course! The owners are conspiring to sabotage one of the league’s best players, because… (he’s black.)]

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The only headline I want to see Tuesday evening is...Trump repeals DACA.The Soros funded riots would begin--because liberals are in favor of all these Mexicans--contributing
nothing to(what has always been) an English speaking country.
Would we miss those sections of town that are inhabited entirely by Los Buenos party stores and El Cabana slumlike restaurants?
No.
How about the peripheral slum houses and drug crime that destroys sections of cities where Mexicans live?
No.Local politicians have gotten lazy,letting portions of towns be taken over by VERY low income housing types.IF these Mexicans left,in fear of deportation,the pols would have to decide whether to begin bulldozing these slum houses and building new ones--that white professionals would want to live in.(Hint:Probably not--they'd just try to get more blacks,on Section 8,to fill the gap.)
Of course the fur would fly,but Trump NEEDS TO DO THIS if he really wants to start a transition to MAGA.
Then he needs to work on the blacks(and some liberal whites.Force THEM to live together by presidential order...lol).
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Speaking of Elliott and his loser white GF:
When Ezekiel Elliott and the NFLPA made the decision to take the NFL to court on Friday over Elliott's six-game suspension, the player's association filed several documents that hadn't previously been made public.
In the NFLPA's petition, which was filed in the Eastern District Court of Texas, the transcripts from the NFL's investigation into Elliott became available for the first time, along with the transcripts from his arbitration hearing that took place Aug. 29-31.
At some point during the arbitration hearing, Elliott had to answer questions under oath from NFL lawyer Daniel Nash. During his questioning, Nash specifically asked Elliott if he liked to do drink and do drugs, and in both cases, Elliott confirmed that he did.
Here's the line of questioning (via the Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
Nash: "And I think you said you liked her [ex-girlfriend Tiffany Thompson] because she liked to party, drink and do drugs?"
Elliott: "Yes."
Nash: "You liked to do that, too?"
Elliott: "I do like to party."
Nash: "And like to get drunk?"
Elliott: "Yes."
Nash: "You like to do drugs?"
Elliott: "I did in college."
Despite the fact the Elliott is admitting that he liked to do drugs in college, the running back never failed a drug test during his three-year career at Ohio State (2013-15).
Although Elliott didn't specifically mention what drugs he took while at OSU, Thompson claimed she saw him do at least two different drugs during their time together.
During a separate interview with NFL investigator Kia Roberts in September 2016, Thompson alleged that Elliott had been smoking weed and doing cocaine while he was in Miami training for the NFL Draft.
"When he was in Miami, he was doing a bunch of coke and smoking, and all of that," Thompson said.
Roberts then asked Thompson whether she ever actually personally saw Elliott do either drug.
"I did," Thompson replied.
Roberts is the same NFL investigator who said she wouldn't have recommended a suspension for Elliott because she didn't think Thompson was a credible witness.
The bottom line here is that things could get uglier in this case before anything actually gets solved, especially after Friday's claim by the NFLPA that there's a conspiracy against Elliott.