Yesterday, 07:26 PM
Yeah I live here and watched it happen. It was 'coincidentally' at the same time that the city turned into an Agenda 21 development mecca, our elected mayor was thrown in jail and replaced with an unelected Rhodes Scholar (globalist UN stooge), our airport turned over to a "regional authority", etc. The owner sucked a shitload of money out of the resident's pockets to upgrade his privately owned stadium while old historical neighborhoods and landmarks that surrounded it were being demolished to make way for literally tens of thousands of stack-n-pack apartment units made out of matchsticks and bubble gum. The improbable Super Bowl run kept the people pacified while their city was transformed right in front of them and their money stolen. To add insult to injury, the owner has raised "seat license", ticket prices and concession prices this season. You don't even buy a ticket for a game anymore. You buy a license to sit your ass in a seat THEN you buy the ticket to actually do it! In the seat that you paid to build!
And Cam stood there and watched his team lose the game when he inexplicably refused to try to recover his own fumble. In the offseason he was treated to a $100m contract that guarantees he'll be the face of the team as they return to mediocrity. But hey mission accomplished, right? Bread and circuses 101. I can't wait to see how the league comes up with ways to rig the primetime games this season!
You're missing the part where I said it wasn't only new stadiums. Taxpayer funded stadium upgrades are a more common thread. If you apply that standard, along with time proximity to new stadium construction of which the 49ers were an example (don't get me started on Colin's political national anthem act...big contract means you're a political puppet), the pattern starts to emerge. The NFL is no different than Bilderberg. The owners work together to enrich each other.