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I saw some SJW pantywaist is upset about the Army-Navy game

It seems one of the cadets was seen on camera making the "OK" sign.
Of course, in my ignorance, I don't see that as a "white power" sign, like the "woke" people do.
Now the military is "investigating".

I was watching the 49ers lose to the Falcons Sunday, and was surprised at one of the 49er players continuously doing the same thing!
George Kittle #85, a tight end, ALWAYS flashes the sign whenever he makes a 1st down (he makes a LOT of them!). Like a lot of players, he signals "1st down" but he adds the "OK" as he does it. Its shocking that, in San Francisco, arguably the home base for California lacy-panty SJWs, this outrage is tolerated! To top it off, he has a NAZI haircut! (shaved sides of the head, long on top and greased back).
How long will the enlightened geniuses in San Fran ignore this "outrage"?

I was wondering how long it would take.

Saint Greta was being worshipped by the crowds in Turin, Italy today, when she said "We will make sure we put world leaders against the wall if they do not tackle global warming!" Do our bidding or DIE!

Anyone else find it odd that,

as soon as it was the Republicans turn to speak, Pelosi called for a vote?
Think she had an aide stationed there to give her a sign?

California to give illegal aliens the right to vote

WASHINGTON – California will take the next step in blurring the lines between citizens and non-citizens beginning April Fool’s Day when the state complies with a court order to begin automatically registering to vote all those who are granted driver’s licenses.
The state has long provided driver’s licenses to all who simply claimed, without proof, that they were citizens of in the country legally. There were no checks made or documentation required.
But beginning April 1 every person who gets a California driver’s license will be automatically entitled to vote.
“We are very pleased that Californians will have easier access to voter registration,” said Jeremiah Levine, an attorney with Morrison Foerster who represented the voting-rights groups. “We are especially satisfied that changes will be made before California’s statewide and federal primary elections.”

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