I usually avoid these stories, as they are ubiquitous, tedious and painful-an entire blog could exist covering Pro Football Felons and their antics, if not just in Cincinnati. The ‘real story’ hasn’t been covered much, but its somewhat typical in these trying times. Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon made sexual advances (negro speak for Muh Dick) towards a white college coed, who vehemently refused him, and stood up to him and his filthy mouth, and was violently brutalized by Mixon, who broke 4 bones in her face. 80 years ago, when whites had cohesion, balls and fortitude, he would’ve been hanging from a tree, but in todays NWO/JWO, he has been made a millionaire, and Bengals fans (who suffer from Stockholm syndrome), will cheer his name and wear his jersey, in girlie cuck fashion. Please note: None of these buffoons even belong in the university system, if there were proper entrance exams, they would never be admitted.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said, “While I believe in second chances and giving players an opportunity for redemption, I also believe that playing in the NFL is a privilege, not a right. For me, personally, I believe that privilege is lost for men who have a history of abusing women.”
I’m so sick of it all, meanwhile, the nihilistic Brown family that runs the Bengals franchise, remains the most profitable in the NFL and hasn’t won a playoff since 1991, and is 3rd in convictions of NFL teams, (not that I care that much, and I played D1 college football in the Big 10). Football is a simply social engineering tool today, to break down racial barriers and promote negro athletes, just like Affirmative Action in business. Caste Football website has an interesting take on alot of this. The good news in that ESPN is dying and people are waking up. Pro Sports is simply circus distraction for the masses, imo alot of it is fixed, and is just a waste of time.
Details on Battery Assault: “At the 5:00 mark in the video, Molitor told police she believes she and a friend were smoking cigarettes while waiting for a friend to use the restroom on Campus Corner when Mixon and three other men “came out of nowhere.” Molitor was intoxicated at the time she was punched, so her recollection of events is slightly hazy. “Kind of out of nowhere, I don’t remember if they were already standing there or they came out of nowhere, there were four gentlemen that just like were making cat calls at me, commenting on how I looked and it just kind of escalated from there,” Molitor told police. “They were talking about Joe, I suppose. I didn’t know who he was. It’s kind of all over the place, because I can’t remember anything to now.
“Anyway, like, ‘It’s my boy’s birthday, what are you going to do for him?’ Suggesting that I go home with him and making very specific suggestions about what I could do you know, to pleasure him. My first reaction was to laugh.”
The altercation occurred around 2:40 a.m. on July 25, 2014 — just hours after Mixon turned 18. He arrived on campus as a five-star recruit earlier that month. Molitor went on to tell police that Mixon and his friends made comments about her appearance. She called the comments “degrading” and said she doesn’t “take kindly to that.”
“So when I said, ‘I’d never in a million years go home with you,’ he said, ‘So you’d rather go home with that f—ing fa—-?'” Molitor told police. “And I got really mad, so I faced Joe and I was like, ‘Don’t f with me. Do not mess with my friend. Don’t mess with me. Just don’t. Just stop, go away.’ And he’s like, ‘Oh, you’re a bad b—-, what are you going to do about it?'” In the video, Molitor’s lawyer reads from a report from a man named Anthony Hernandez, who alleged Mixon punched another girl in high school and got away from it. Mixon has denied punching any other women.
“I know for a fact he threw my daughter to the ground and hit her. I went to the school and…they hid him in the office. He got no punishment. The police even came. I was escorted off the campus as if I did something wrong. These are simply the facts, he’s a woman beater,” the report said. Mixon was charged with a misdemeanor and entered an Alford plea, maintaining his innocence. He was sentenced to 100 hours of community service and mandatory cognitive behavioral counseling. Mixon was suspended for the entire 2014 season, as well.’
Welcome to Cincinnati. A Dump. Molitor did have a record for Open Container and drinking underage, which is pretty standard for alot of college students. I digress though, this ‘afflete’ should never have been on a University campus in the first place. The system is so broken, I just cant even…..