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Oct 12 2017

National Felons League

USA Today keeps a record of NFL player arrests. One glance makes clear why so many players take a knee in solidarity with criminals of color against law enforcement and American civilization in general:


It goes on for miles, showing 870 records.

According to Crimewire, there have been 31 arrests so far in 2017. An NFL player is arrested once every 7 days. The record for getting arrested the most times is 10, held by Adam Pacman Jones of the Cincinnati Bengals.

The NBA, also partial to Black Lives Matter politics, is no better. The NBA Crime Library has been keeping score. There is good reason the Portland Trail Blazers are known as the Jail Blazers.

Presumably all of these people are millionaires. It is not oppression that compels them to break the law.

On tips from Bodhisattva.

  • Anonymous

    Not just Michael Vick…

  • Buffalobob

    NFL, didn’t Burt Reynolds star in a movie about them

  • FromNJ


  • Frank

    Pro sports need to be boycotted until they clean up their act and drop their ticket prices to reasonable levels, too. Tickets for a family of four priced at over $150.00 is way too much for most folks. Why would a generation of kids get interested in a sport they can never watch being played live?

  • dds100

    You would think such a fact should bury the league.

    What a travesty.

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Almost as if the players came from a culture where crime is part of their society.

  • Hungjumper

    Not hard to see why they have a beef against the cops.

  • bob

    what do you expect from a large collection of black males. What makes me mad as hell is that none of these monsters should have been anywhere near a college or university. you want to know what privilege is? being allowed to take up space in universities only because you can play ball.

  • Jodie

    Lots of arrests, with little consequences. So far, anyway…

  • Frank


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  • Frank

    Sports is a serious money maker for colleges and universities. Nobody, including faculty, staff or “student athletes” thinks education is involved.

  • Frank

    Did you hear about the pro pro football player who went to prison as tight end and left as a wide receiver?

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