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The Senate is out of session this week and the Amnesty/ Immigration Surge bill on hold, but the war against the historic American nation continues—even in the National Football League.
This was the weekend of the NFL Draft, a media spectacle featuring the 32 franchises supposedly scrambling to pick the best college football athletes in the country. This year, the Draft was expected to be watched by some 50 million people.
[NFL Turns Its 6-Month Season Into a 12-Month Business, CNBC, April 26, 2013]The NFL isn't just a sports-entertainment empire that generates many billions of profit per year. It's also a wonderful distraction—anopiate for the masses, if you will—from such frivolous news as the Gang of Eight’s desire to turn all of America into California.
The 2013 Draft provides another example of anti-white discrimination that goes all but unmentioned by the fanatically PCsports journalism establishment.In the NFL, there is no such thing as “white privilege”. There’s systematic anti-white bias, as I’ve documented here. The NFL's studied indifference to its lack of white players contrasts dramatically with the attitudes of other professional sports leagues accused of having too few blacks. Major League Baseball (MLB) has no problem conducting studies to try and figure out why so few of its on-field employees are black Incredibly, even the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) has seen accusations of being anti-black, with the Minnesota Timberwolves attacked for being “too white” for daring to have 10 of its 15 players be non-black in an 80 percent black league.
The NFL itself has undertaken a more than three-decade long quest to promote more black quarterbacks, with Rush Limbaugh being one of the casualties of the war.
4.3 speed (second best 40 time by receiver at NFL combine)? Not good enough, Ryan Swope. Not good enough...
White players are actively discriminated against in most professional sports, but especially football. Let's take one example: the stereotypically black position of wide receiver. In the 2013 Draft, of the 254 players selected, 28 were receivers (11 percent). Of those 28 receivers selected, only one was a white athlete—Texas A&M’s Ryan Swope, who ran the second fastest 40-yard-dash for a receiver at the NFL Combine, at 4.34.
He was selected in the sixth round, despite being one of the top receivers in college football, projected as a third or fourth round pick.
Another overlooked white receiver: Conner Vernon, the record-setting star from Duke University. He wasn’t drafted, although he was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Oakland Raiders. This means he will be forced to compete for a roster spot.