Just for context, the NFL players are 70% black.
Brian Flores has sued the NFL and three teams — the Dolphins, Broncos and Giants — alleging discrimination regarding his interview processes with Denver and New York and his firing last month by Miami.
The 58-page lawsuit was filed in Manhattan federal court Tuesday and seeks class-action status.
But the Dolphins literally hired him as their head coach. So how could they possibly be discriminating against him?
Flores alleges that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross attempted to incentivize him to “tank,” or purposely lose games, shortly after he was hired in 2019, with Ross allegedly offering Flores $100,000 for every loss that season. Flores says that as the team won games late in the season, Dolphins general manager Chris Grier told him Ross was “mad” that the on-field success was “compromising [the team’s] draft position.”
Additionally, Flores alleges that Ross pressured him into recruiting a “prominent quarterback” at the end of the 2019 season, which the coach refused so as not to violate the NFL’s tampering rules. Ross then allegedly invited Flores onto a yacht for lunch in the winter of 2020, where he informed him that the quarterback was “conveniently” arriving at the marina for an impromptu meeting.
Flores refused the meeting and left the yacht. Afterward, Flores alleges he was “treated with disdain and held out as someone who was noncompliant and difficult to work with.”
This is the one part of his lawsuit that makes sense to me. It also completely undercuts his argument that he was being racially discriminated against, which is why he was fired. That the jew owner (((Stephen Ross))) tried to get him to do some shady shit is easily believable to my eyes. That he got a raw deal after refusing to do this is also believable. Having said that, nothing about this has to do with him being a negro.
Flores also alleged that the Giants interviewed him last month for their head-coaching vacancy for no other reason than compliance with the NFL’s Rooney Rule, which requires teams to interview minority candidates for their open positions. The league has amended that rule in recent years and now says teams must hold an in-person interview with at least one external minority candidate for any general manager or head-coach opening.
The NFL has an explicitly anti-White hiring policy for head coaches and general managers. So Brian Flores has explicitly been the beneficiary of anti-White bias. Yet he’s whining that he’s been horribly oppressed and discriminated against.
This sort of reminds me of Yusra K. Ali, BLM Toronto Founder. I wrote about her saying “whiteness is not humxness, in fact white skin is sub-humxn.” Somewhat forgotten in that statement was her saying,
melanin enables black skin to capture light and hold it in its memory mode which reveals that blackness converts light into knowledge. melanin directly communicates with cosmic energy.
The people bloviating about blacks being racially discriminated against in the NFL should be treated with the same seriousness that you take BLMers. I’ve even seen people demand that the NFL have its coaches be as black as the players, which is to say about 70%.
Contradictory beliefs of the anti-White cult.
1. Black coaches not being 70% of the league means howibble systemic bias and unfairness. After all, the coaching demographics should be 1:1 the same as player demographics, and any deviation from this can only be explained by racial bias unrelated to merit. White coaches couldn’t possibly just be better, that’s backwards meanie thinking.
2. White players being massively underrepresented in the NFL relative to college, and less underrepresented in college but still massively so relative to the US population, is all totally fine. Any racial deviation from the demographics of the country is just whatever. It’s totally possible that the massive undeniable discrepancy is pure meritocracy, with no racial bias at all. Black players must simply be better.
You can waste years of your life trying to sort through the incoherence and contradictions. It’s best to simply call them anti-White and move on.
More interesting is what happens moving forward. The league is full of jew owners, and already instituted the anti-White Rooney Rule, which I detailed earlier. It’s possible that they will intentionally throw the fight to advance an anti-White agenda. However, it’s also possible that the owners are going to go hard legally against this, and then release some vague “challenges of systemic wacism,” or whatever press conferences.