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The NFL is bisexual
The NFL has put out a new ad for itself. It’s quite interesting.
The stark message on the screen goes something like this: Football is gay, lesbian, queer, transgender, American, beautiful, accepting, everything.
Here’s what could happen next. Opening game of the season, Jim Nantz and Tony Romo in the booth, very large crowd noise in the background coalesces into: FUCK TRANS FOOTBALL. Repeated over and over again.
Nantz says, “You hear that? They’re saying LET’S GO, ROMO. They really love you, Tony. Best color commentary man in the business.”
Tony: “I’m not sure that’s what they’re---”
Nantz: “Don’t be modest, Tony. You know the plays before the offense runs them. You’re the man.”
Tony: “Yeah, but---”
Nantz: “But me no buts, kid. You’re the best. LET’S GO, ROMO.”
And we’re off and running on a new chant spreading through stadiums this fall.
Football isn’t just a game. The bureaucrats changed that a long time ago. It’s now a social cause.
Only one problem. A social cause is not a business. Leveraging the former doesn’t add up to improving the latter.
Therefore, the NFL will need government money to sustain itself. Government $$, and foundation cash from luminaries like George Soros and Bill Gates.
Once they get involved, all sorts of changes will come down the pipeline. The Washington Vaccinators vs. the Atlanta Critical Race Theory on ESPN. The Houston Black Lives Matter vs. the Tampa Bay Bathhouse. The New Orleans Sanctuary City vs. the Minnesota George Floyd.
And the half-time shows. Not just the obvious drag queen pageants. No. For example, a vast mish-mash featuring thousands of actual migrants who just streamed across the border racing out on the field holding flags of the nations they just escaped from. A groomer’s parade of schoolteachers who are guiding six-year-olds into puberty blockers. A live segment of The View from the 50-yard line.
And the refs. Oh the refs. The pass interference call against the cornerback is adjusted to a mere five-yard penalty because he’s transgender. Leveling the playing field.
You see, the NFL provides the perfect opportunity to illustrate what is truly fair and just in the wider society.
“Jim, that block in the back will be downgraded to a no-call because the blocker is gay. The refs are reviewing the tape now. According to the new rule, certified by the Open Society, a team can deploy two gay or trans blockers on four plays per quarter.”
“Tony, is the Green Bay right guard a lesbian?”
“The NFL Orientation Committee is still reviewing the medical tests. For the moment, his/her status is bi.”
“She self-identifies as bi?”
“That’s my understanding.”
Of course, reporters of every imaginable persuasion will be allowed in the locker rooms after the games. Naked bodies. Booze. Showers. And these televised segments will last for hours. Pay per view.
-- Jon Rappoport
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