An Ugly Metaphor

The inept, unwatchable performance of the Chiefs and Packers is the direct result of the NFL adopting unnecessary pro-vaccine protocols.

The Chiefs’ defense has been a mess all season. Fortunately, today they got to play against Jordan Love. Love, the Packers quarterback making the first start of his career, could do next to nothing as the Chiefs won an ugly game, 13-7. If Aaron Rodgers had played, the Packers almost certainly would have won easily. But Rodgers decided not to get vaccinated, and as a result he’s on the COVID-19 reserve list and his teammates just lost a game they should have won.

No, the NFL chose to create a stupid set of rules, then chose to prevent Rodgers from playing. And as a result, the entertainment product that they are selling suffered. This is an ugly, but accurate metaphor for what is happening all across the USA.


Another One Bites the Ice

Young athletes are literally dropping dead on the turf, the court, and the ice due to the “safe and effective” vaccines:

Doctors have been unable to save a hockey player who suddenly collapsed on the ice during a game in Slovakia.
Boris Sadecki was playing for the Bratislava Capitals, of the Ice HL, when he fell to the floor during a match against the Dornbirn Bulldogs on October 29.

Medics are said to have spent several minutes attending to the 24-year-old, resuscitating him before transporting him to hospital, where he had spent 11 days before his passing was announced.

Abou Ali, 22, professional footballer collapses on pitch during game

Fabrice NSakala, 31, Besiktas defender collapses on pitch during game

Jens De Smet, 27, footballer collapses on field, passes away of heart attack

Jente van Genechten, 25, footballer collapses on field due to heart attack

Frederic Lartillot, French footballer collapses in changing room, passes away due to heart attack after game

Benjamin Taft, 31, German footballer collapses after game, passes away due to heart attack

Rune Coghe, 18, Belgian footballer suffers cardiac arrest on pitch

Helen Edwards, referee taken off court during World Cup qualifier due to heart issues

Dimitri Lienard, 33, FC Strasbourg midfielder collapses during game

Sergio Aguero, 33, Barecelona star striker admitted to hospital for cardiac exam after match

Emil Palsson, 28, Sognal midfielder collapses due to cardiac arrest during game

Antoine Méchin, 31, French triathlete suffers pulmonary embolism following Moderna

Luis Ojeda, 20, Argentine football player unexpectedly passes away

Greg Luyssen, 22, Belgian pro cyclist ends career due to heart issues

Pedro Obiang, 29, ex-West Ham star suffers myocarditis post vaccine

Carl Madsen, 71, NFL referee dies of heart attack after working the Chiefs-Titans game.

This isn’t normal. This isn’t even remotely normal. And it’s all a complete mystery to the medical community, which is totally unable to connect obvious cause and effect because it is paid to avoid doing so

Emergency rooms are filled to overflowing all over America, and nobody can seem to explain why this is happening. Right now, the number of new COVID cases in the United States each day is less than half of what it was just a couple of months ago. That is really good news, and many believe that this is a sign that the pandemic is fading. Let us hope that is true. With less people catching the virus, you would think that would mean that our emergency rooms should be emptying out, but the opposite is actually happening. All across the country, emergency rooms are absolutely packed, and in many cases we are seeing seriously ill patients being cared for in the hallways because all of the ER rooms are already full.


The Complicit Media

Vaccine advocate Peter King writes 1,739 words for a section entitled Death of a Ref in his weekly NFL roundup column. At no point does he mention the fact that the healthy 71-year-old man who had just finished refereeing his last NFL game was fully-vaccinated, or contemplate what must be considered the probability that his fatal heart attack was vaccine-related:

The game ended at exactly 3 p.m. Central Time. If traffic on the 4-hour, 40-minute ride home to Weldon Springs, Mo., just went of St. Louis, was okay, Madsen would be home by a little after 9. But at 4:46 p.m., police found his SUV in a northbound lane of I-65 just 10 minutes north of the stadium. The vehicle was on, in park, the rear brake lights on, doors locked. His right foot was pressed on the brake when officers, seeing he was unconscious, broke a window, removed him from the car and began doing chest compressions. He was pronounced dead a short time later at St. Thomas Midtown Hospital.

The media has been complicit in the globalist Vaxxocaust. Don’t forget this, and don’t hesitate to hold them accountable for it.


The Downside to Vaccinated Crowds

They’re going to need a lot more medical staff at public events… for the spectators. The latest heart attack at a football game took place during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle.

Sergio Reguilon is pointing out something to the referee on the far side. Looks like something from the crowd. This can’t be good.

Oh no. Paramedics from both sides are now sprinting over to the crowd

The right decision is made on the pitch. Play has stopped here. We’ve seen scenes similar to this only too recently in games of football. All we can do is hope for the best.

This is the right call. Referee Andre Marriner is sending the players inside with what we can only assume is a supporter receiving medical treatment. Early on in the incident, Tottenham’s Eric Dier was one of the first to get to the Tottenham bench and call upon the medical staff. He was making a chest pumping motion, which gives you a clue as to the severity of all this.

The Useless NFL Vaccine Mandate

94 percent of the NFL players and 100 percent of the NFL coaches and staffers are vaccinated. And yet….

When the 5-0 Cardinals face the Browns in Cleveland on Sunday, Arizona won’t have its head coach.

Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reports that Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury has tested positive for COVID, and he will not be present for Sunday’s game against the Browns.

Cardinals defensive end Chandler Jones already is expected to miss the game due to a COVID diagnosis.

More players and coaches are missing games this season than last season when there were no vaccines. That’s because the vaccines are literally worse than useless.

UPDATE: The General Manager, three other coaches, and three other staff members have also tested positive. If only they were vaxxed….

Live by Social Justice, Die by Social Justice

The SJWs are hunting Chucky’s head:

It’s suddenly getting a lot worse for Raiders coach Jon Gruden.

The selective leaks of emails sent by Gruden to former Washington executive Bruce Allen has expanded to include emails leaked to the New York Times on Monday.

Per the report, Gruden in the emails called Commissioner Roger Goodell a “f—-t” and a “clueless antifootball pussy.” Gruden also said that Goodell should not have pressured former Rams coach Jeff Fisher to draft “queers,” in reference to Michael Sam, a seventh-round pick of the team in 2014.

Meanwhile, an openly gay player, Carl Nassib, currently plays for Gruden.

Gruden also reportedly used “offensive language to describe some owners, coaches and journalists who cover the league.”

As explained in the article, “Allen and Gruden appeared to have few boundaries in expressing homophobic and transphobic language.” They mocked Buccaneers owner Bryan Glazer. They mocked Caitlyn Jenner. They criticized efforts to change the name of the Washington franchise. Gruden commented, “Nice job roger” in response to a sexist meme of a female referee.

As of last night, some in the league office believed Gruden would not be suspended for comments made at a time when he was not employed by any NFL team. It’s unclear whether those persons were aware of these additional emails. (I also have another theory on this, which I’ll explain in a later post.)

On Monday night, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the league sent more emails on Monday to the Raiders, and that the league is basically waiting for the Raiders to decide how to handle the situation. It ultimately could be that, while the league may not be able to suspend Gruden under the Personal Conduct Policy, the league will try to nudge the Raiders to fire him.

It’s fascinating to see how quickly the so-called “free speech” activists turned into a self-appointed thought police with the power to decide who is permitted to work and who is not.

It’s clearly time to bring back the blasphemy laws and start enforcing them with a vengeance.


UPDATE: That was fast. Just two email leaks and he’s done and dusted.

Raiders coach Jon Gruden resigned after the release of numerous offensive emails he sent from 2010 to 2018, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero.

A League of Boomers

It’s so not a surprise that the league devoted to the signature Boomer sport would set the most asinine policy possible on vaccinations.

National Championships Vaccination Statement, USA Pickleball

Not surprisingly, we have been receiving a great deal of feedback, both positive and negative, about the requirement that all participants in this year’s National Championships be vaccinated to enter the Indian Wells Tennis Garden (IWTG). While many people have applauded the decision, others are troubled by it because they are not and will not get vaccinated. Accordingly, I would like to give you some background on the situation and respond to the statements, questions and suggestions we have seen on social media and received via email over the past 3 days.

First, it needs to be reinforced that the decision to require vaccinations to enter the venue was made solely by IWTG ownership and management and it applies to all events. Second, we did not have any input in the conversation and were not informed of the decision until last week. Any claims being made on social media or elsewhere that we have known of this situation for a long time and withheld this information are totally false.

We realize that this decision will prevent some of our members from participating in this year’s Nationals, not only as players but perhaps as fans, volunteers, and referees. We understand that many of you have made plans to attend which will need to be changed. This is certainly troubling to us but we fully respect IWTG’s right to establish the rules and protocols for their venue. They have been a good partner to us, and we know this decision was difficult for them. Keep in mind that the vaccination requirement goes well beyond just our National Championships as it pertains to all events at the facility, including the BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament in October, an event much larger in every aspect than ours. We know that IWTG management, along with its health advisors, feels it is doing the right thing to protect the people at the venue, particularly given concerns about the Delta variant of COVID 19 that is starting to emerge in California. It is hard to argue against protecting public safety.

Provided below are responses to some of the questions and suggestions we have received.

We have received an inquiry about refunds on membership dues. Decisions regarding the IWTG vaccine policy are not associated with USA Pickleball membership, and as posted over the years, we do have a no refund policy. Please remember that membership supports the sport of Pickleball for everyone, be it recreational or tournament players, including all programs, governance, and related rules and standards.

The inevitable next statement, in which they lament the financial problems caused by all of the missing players, fans, volunteers, and referees, should be amusing.

Spacebunny and I were hit with a similarly stupid “no-refund” policy from our former gym. First they shut down for a few months, then they told us that we couldn’t work out there if we wouldn’t wear masks while we were working out. Then they sent us bills for our “overdue” membership payments.

I paid them for the last time and bought an Olympic bar, a bench, and got the exercise bike out of storage; I’m now in better shape than I’ve been in years. Based on what I’ve heard from the people who still work out there, we’re far from the only former members who have left, so it won’t be even a little bit surprising when the location is suddenly closed.


We all won

When the incredibly annoying collection of SJWs otherwise known as the US women’s soccer team lost again and was knocked out of contention for the gold despite being the heavy favorites.

Jessie Fleming scored on a penalty kick in the 74th minute and Canada earned a 1-0 semifinal victory over the United States in the Olympic women’s soccer competition on Monday.

Canada goes on to face the winner of the late semifinal in Yokohama between Sweden and Australia. The gold medal match is set for Friday at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.

Canada had not won against the United States since 2001.

Congratulations to Canada. They won, but then, so did America.

Choosing the strong horse

This young athlete’s decision to compete for China rather than for the USA is yet another nail in the coffin of civnattery. She’s not an American by any standard, except the civnat’s nonsensical paper one.

The “courage” of the quitter

These bizarre defenses of chokers and quitters are beginning to border on parody:

“After further medical evaluation, Simone Biles has withdrawn from the final individual all-around competition,” USA Gymnastics said in a statement. “We wholeheartedly support Simone’s decision and applaud her bravery in prioritizing her well-being. 

“Her courage shows, yet again, why she is a role model for so many.”

Meanwhile, real competitors like Aaron Rodgers are criticized for months just because he chose to try passing the ball rather than attempting to run it into the end zone. (The criticism was incredibly stupid, by the way, because there was no way Rodgers was going to outrun Jason Pierre-Paul, who had already sacked him twice during the game, from the 10-yard-line.) Can you even imagine how the media would have come down on Patrick Mahomes if, instead of playing a Super Bowl behind an injured and ineffective offensive line, he had withdrawn from the game the day before?

“I won’t be playing in the Super Bowl today. I don’t know, I’m just feeling a little blue. But hey, to the rest of the Chiefs, you guys just go out there and kick some ass. I’ll be cheering for you!”

It’s strange, because it’s not as if black athletes were previously immune from criticism. Perhaps this is a consequence of Black Lives Matter or something, or perhaps it’s just a coincidence combined with the philosophy that everyone is a winner no matter what happens.

Either way, it’s ridiculous. Champions don’t choke and they definitely don’t quit.

Miles Mathis has an entirely different take:

In February of 2018, I called foul on the USA Gymnastics story of Larry Nassar, who was allegedly sentenced to 175 years in jail for molesting young women.  There I showed all the discontinuities, contradictions, flaws, and red flags on that story.  Well, that story has continued to spin out this week, since two days ago we saw the story dredged up for the Olympics, with Simone Biles being forced in an interview to say she too had been molested by Nassar.  I have watched all of 30 minutes of Olympics coverage, but happened to see the first part of that interview, since I was with friends at the time.  I walked out in disgust, knowing she was lying, and missed the second half where she was with her mother.  Anyway, the interview apparently backfired on the controllers, since many normies saw it and realized Biles was lying. One of my friends talked to his mother later that night, and she volunteered the information that she thought Biles was lying.  Pretty extraordinary, since his mother is not a conspiracy theorist and otherwise doesn’t think too much of my papers.  Apparently word got back to Biles through the grapevine that viewers all over the world were not believing her, since yesterday she had a meltdown, quitting the all-round competition despite not being injured, and giving the gold to Russia.  Just so you know, Biles is considered the best gymnast in the world, and the US was favored to win the all-round because of that.  Many are calling her the best gymnast ever, due to the difficulty of her routines and the height of her tumbling.  So this is a huge deal.

In the mainstream, no one is mentioning the obvious, so as usual it is up to me.  I absolutely guarantee you the reason she quit wasn’t because she was “sad” or “stressed” or mentally weak.  Clearly, she quit because she was sick of being forced to lie by these bastards in Intelligence who now control everything.

So, maybe she is a hero after all?