There is a virtual cottage industry among academics in publishing papers that declare common terms or items as forms of white supremacy. This inexhaustible source for publication expanded this week… Virginia Tech University socialogy professor David Brusma also declared on Twitter that Vice President Mike Pence’s usage of the term “the American people” during the vice presidential debate was racist and a dog whistle.
Damn, hell and x#* the Dominion scoreboard!
Comes down to two coaching decisions: the Bucs coach electing to go for it leading 14-10 just before halftime, resulting in a 7-pt TD. Packers coach going for field goal at 8-yard line but needing 8 points to tie with 2:05 remaining in game. Gone by next training camp: Equanimious St. Brown (Rodgers hit him in a bad place — the hands — on that 2-point conversion!), Kevin King, and defense coach Mike Pettine.
Insurrectionists will blame Trump
Prosecutors already have charged more than 150 people with federal crimes related to participating in the riot …
Defense lawyers involved in these cases said they expected many of their clients to argue they were taking their cues not from a militia, or from QAnon, or from a white nationalist group, but from one person: former President Donald Trump, whom Congress impeached on a charge of inciting an insurrection.
“These are like those high-school football players,” whose coach gets them “jumping up and down to get out and play football,” said Albert Watkins, a lawyer representing Jacob Chansley, the self-described QAnon Shaman who faces six counts, including felony charges.