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Oh NO! The Fat Lady WAS Singing


This isn’t one of those “I told you so” emails.

Check that.

Actually, it is…kinda…sorta.

Last week we wrote “Is the Fat Lady Singing in Sports” about the ongoing destruction of American civilization caused by the Contrived Covid Fraud…aka CoronaHoax.

We wrote:

One by one you’ll see colleges – and possibly professional sports – “take one for the team” (pun intended) and kowtow to New Green World Order agenda.

It’s probably nothing to worry about, yet.

However, if Ohio State, Alabama, USC, LSU, etc. start talking about cancelling their football season, you’ll know the “Fat Lady” isn’t just clearing her throat.

Read the full article (HERE).

Cue up the Columbus Dispatch (Home of Ohio State Football) announcement Monday morning that The Big Ten Conference has voted to cancel the 2020 football season.

As of this writing, the announcement is not official but according to sources, who were not authorized to speak on the matter publicly, the official announcement could come as early as Tuesday.

There’s a chance it may not get cancelled.

However, the pundits will use this as another indictment on Trump in their ongoing effort to destroy him AND American pastimes as well.

No surprise here.

But just for funsies, let’s do some math.

College Football is BIG Business in America.  Total revenues for school programs, is estimated to be anywhere from $10 Billion to upwards of $50 Billion.

The $10 Billion is easily calculated, tracked, and supposedly monitored by the NCAA.

However, no one likes to talk about the billions trading hands in the gambling world. Nor does this include the clothes, shoes and sports accessories sold through many retailers.

So, what happens to all of these “revenues” when college sports get cancelled by the authorities (Who are these authorities, anyway?) who remain “fearful for the health and well-being of the students.” (Cough! Hypocrites, Cough! Cough!)

Sports programs are not only highly lucrative for schools and businesses, but they represent the fabric that holds us together as a society.

Even during WWII sports weren’t cancelled.  They served as a great distraction and a way to keep people together.

Are you Connecting the Dots, yet?

This is NOT about a virus.

This is outright evil.

And don’t think for a moment that you won’t be affected by this just because you might not like sports.

Instead you should be thinking of how to protect yourself from the economic blowback coming at us like a freight train.

Learn how to prosper AND thrive in Turbulent Times (HERE).

It’s Not Just About Finance.

P.S. Share this with a football fan…they’ll Thank You later.


Trying to blame college football on trump.







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