Vegas NHL Corruption

Today I watched the San Jose Sharks lose 5-4 in overtime in a game in which 4 goals by the Sharks were disallowed because of goalie interference and the like. Then, to cap that off, in overtime the Vegas Knights won on a questionable goal (with the net off the moorings and a Knight’s skate right by the puck (having possibly touched it prior to its entry to the net).

Ever since I was a teen I can remember the Sharks getting screwed by officials. Their very first year in the league the Sharks were set to draft Eric Lindros, the multi-dimensional Canadian sensation (at the time). The league stripped them of the normal first pick all expansion teams prior and afterwards had and awarded it to Phili. The Sharks ended up drafted a mediocre smaller player in Pat Falloon, and the rest is history.

I also remember yelling at the refs (Rob Schick in particular) over missed tripping and cross-checking calls against the Sharks that went uncalled because the Sharks are a smaller market team and their success does not mean $ for the league.

It is not a coincidence that this shady game today was decided in Las Vegas by a bunch of refs who were probably getting paid to beat the spread. The Vegas Knights have more international marketing potential, and sports are a global industry now. Pro sports such as hockey are scripted by paying off the league officials , including the replay reviewers. Coaches and players, as well as broadcasters are fined or fired if they say anything against the corrupt forces that control the outcome of these ‘spectator events’.

Before you watch the next game, check the spread. You will be surprised how often the calls towards the end of the game will move the score towards what was predicted by the bookies. This is how the house always wins.

I went to many games at the original Cow Palace the first couple seasons 90 and 1991. Then, up through the strike year, I went to the SJ Arena x times per year. After the strike I saw the players played free for the Olympics but were greedy about NHL. $. Now instead of spending $50 a ticket to get sandwiched like a sardine at the Shark tank to watch the Sharks, I opt to watch their minor league team, the Barracuda play for just $10. And when I can I go to Bakersfield, CA and watch the Condors. For a while, the SF Bulls were playing at the Cow Palace in Daly City, and I could go to their games from time to time. Minor league hockey has just as much skating, fighting, and action, but is cheaper – with less corruption.

Hillary & McCain Under House Arrest? Hopefully!

A foreign news source is saying that video footage of a cash transfer from Russian mafia to the Clintons as part of the Uranium One deal has triggered house arrests of these major American politircal figures.

https://geopolitics.co/vital-issues/ben-fulford/khazarian-mob-takedown-hundreds-of-saudi-arrests-followed-by-hundreds-of-u-s-arrests/

Hillary and McCain were seen wearing casts to hide their ankle tracking devices, according to the link. This follows two weeks of arrests of Saudi Royalty, which was triggered by Saudi involvement in the Vegas and 911 attacks. A crackdown on money laundering globally led to the Vegas sniper attack by Saudi Arabian intelligence. That same crackdown, which prevented the Saudis and ISIS from using vegas Casinos to launder their cash (and for which ISIS and the deep state retaliated at Mandalay), has also led to the netting of the uber-corrupt Clinton Foundation, and McCain’s funding of ISIS rebels in Syria and Kurdistan.

Walgreens Uses Monoply Tactics

After completing the purchase of half of all Rite Aid stores, Walgreens is closing nearly a third of them. https://www.newsmax.com/thewire/walgreens-closing-stores-600/2017/10/25/id/822120/

Walgreens acquired 2000 stores recently from Rite Aid and is closing 600 of them , saying they are too close to their Walgreens locations. This is blatantly anti-competitive and Walgreens should be broken up for anti-trust violations as a result. Rite Aid shareholders already have gotten screwed as their shares lost 75% of their value year after year, due to a shitty CEO. The CEO and management have made out like bandits with all these deals and left the shareholders and the workers as the bag holders. It is time the Trump administration made an example of these unscrupulous unethical jerks and broke their company up into tiny parts, preferably into mom and pop stores. These transactions of late demonstrate exactly what is wrong with the American economy. Its all about monopolizing and screwing the workers and shareholders of smaller companies.

Support House Resolution 446

NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE FOR H RES 446 OFFERED BY MR GAETZ OF FLORIDA
Strike all that follows after the resolving clause and insert the following:

That the President is requested, and the Attorney General of the United States is directed to transmit, respectively (in a manner appropriate to classified information, if the President or Attorney General determines appropriate), to the House of Representatives, not later than 14 days after the date of the adoption of this resolution, copies of any document, record, audio recording, memo, correspondence, or other communication in their possessions, or any portion of any such communication, that refers or relates to the following:

1) Then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch directing James B. Comey to mislead the American people by stating that he should refer to the investigation into the mishandling of classified data and use of an unauthorized email server by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as a “matter, ” rather than a criminal “investigation.”

2) Leaks by James B. Comey to Columbia University law professor, Daniel Richman, regarding conversations had between President Trump and then-FBI Director James B. Comey, and how the leaked information was purposefully released to lead to the appointment of special counsel, Robert Mueller, a longtime friend of James B. Comey;

3) The propriety and consequence of immunity deals given to possible Hillary Clinton co-conspirators Sheryl Mills, Heather Samuelson, John Bentel, and potentially others, by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, during the criminal investigation James B. Comey led into Hillary Clinton’s misconduct;

4) The decision by James B. Comey to usurp the authority of then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch in his unusual announcement that criminal charges would not be brought against Hillary Clinton following her unlawful use of a private email server and mishandling of classified information.

5) James B. Comey’s knowledge and impressions of ex-parte conversation between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton on June 27, 2016, at a Phoenix airport on a private jet;

6) James B. Comey’s knowledge of the company ‘Fusion GPS, ‘ including its creation of a “dossier” of information about Mr. Trump; that dossier’s commission and dissemination in the months before and after the 2016 Presidential Election; the intelligence sources of Fusion GPS or any person or company working for Fusion GPS or its affiliates;

7) Any and all potential leaks originated by James B. Comey and provided to author Michael Schmidt dating back to 1993;

8) James B. Comey’s knowledge of the purchase of a majority stake in the company Uranium One by the company Rosatom; whether the approval of the sale was connected to any donations made to the Clinton Foundation; what role then-Secretary of State, Ms. Hillary Clinton, played in the approval of that sale, and whether the sale could have affected the national security of the United States of America;

9) James B. Comey’s refusal to investigate then Secretary of State Hiliary Clinton:

a. Selling access to the U.S. State Department through Clinton Foundation donations
b. Huma Abedin’s duel employment at the State Department and the Clinton Foundation simultaneously
c. Utilization of the State Department to further paid speaking opportunities for her husband

10) Any collusion between Former FBI Director James B. Comey and special counsel Robert Mueller; including but not limited to:

a. The information Comey admitted to leaking to the Columbia University law professor, being intentional such that a special counsel, his longtime friend, Robert Mueller, would be appointed to lead the investigation against the Trump administration; and

b. Any communication between Muller and Comey in advance of the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing.

11) Whether James B. Comey had any knowledge of efforts made by any federal agency to monitor communications of then-candidate Donald Trump, and to assess any knowledge by Mr. James B. Comey about the “unmasking” of individuals on Donald Trump’s campaign team, transition team, or both; to assess the role that former National Security Adviser Ms. Susan Rice played in the unmasking of these individuals; to reveal the purpose served by unmasking any individual or individuals serving on the staff of then-candidate Donald Trump; the dissemination of unredacted information to various intelligence agencies, and any attempts by to use surveillance of then-candidate Trump for the purposes of damaging the credibility of his campaign, his presidency, or both.

Now its later in the day and the Judiciary Committee passed it 16-13 and it moves toward the full house I am hoping! The fishy Lynch/ Comey meetings regarding clearing Hilary seem to be the main focus:

https://www.infowars.com/house-judiciary-committee-officially-approves-effort-to-launch-investigation-of-comey-lynch/

Rush Limbaugh Implies Super Bowl is Fixed

I was driving home to Salinas from San Jose yesterday, and I heard Rush say something on the radio that really surprised me. He said that the Atlanta Falcons basically ‘didn’t even play in the second half of that game’. He said it three or four times – there was no mistaking this. Then he got flustered and said he had to take a commercial break. In doing so he almost implied that he was going to cross the line.
The precipice of Rush’s statement was that many had been saying the the NE Patriots win on Sunday was one of the greatest Super Bowl victories of all time. Rush disputed that saying ‘how can you call it a great game when one team doesn’t even try?’. We have seen corruption in the NFL – with bad calls aiding NE all through the second half. We have seen Tom Brady deflate footballs in his prior wins. We have seen NFL teams spying on each other’s practice sessions and stealing their plays. We have seen teams pay their players bonuses for injuring opponents. Also, almost any team (except the 49ers) who publicly finances a new stadium seems to go from worst to first

and that seems fishy. We have seen liberal cities like NE, and Seattle always winning every year, which defies the odds. We have seen pass interference called so often in the NFL, that the very idea of trying to do pass coverage is an oxymoron. Its not possible to cover receivers when every minor contact results in multiples of ten yards in penalties. And we have seen Beyonce saluting Black Panthers at halftime shows.

 
Here’s the deal: Vegas controls the officials in most major US sports. This is because Americans are overly legalistic and bureaucratic, that each of our sports have a billion rules (which are enforced by biased bureaucrats – otherwise know as officials, or referees). Vegas controls the outcomes through paying off the officials.

 

The courts have ruled fans do not have a right to see a fair game. American sports have been ruled to be ‘entertainment’, and fans have no right to an honest outcome. As a result , Americans would do better to gain an interest in traditional sports, such as bowling, fishing, or horseshoes – where the outcome is not decided by bribed officials. In lieu of that, US sports should ban officials and all questionable determinations should be decided by sensors, like in tennis – in order to avoid human bias, whether due to corruption or error.

 
Whether it is in sports or in politics, the dirty truth is that too many Americans love having too many rules, enforced by fallible humans, who are prone to bias and corruption. Whether its the Super Bowl or a simple travel ban, Americans love the drama of having Big Brother (or in the case the casinos (via the refs) – arbitrarily determine the outcomes for us – because Americans feel so pathetic about themselves, that they no longer wish to determine their own outcomes. Whether it is the refs in sports or the government in the greater realm, the truth is that many Americans want to live in the Matrix. They want to be told how every outcome SHOULD be, rather than letting the players determine the outcomes for themselves.

People that watch the NFL all the time are fucking idiots.