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Exclusive: Angry Jacksonville Jaguars fan desecrates team gear, dumps them at EverBank Field entrance

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Shortly after all players with the Jacksonville Jaguars knelt or stood with locked arms for the National Anthem while standing for “God Save the Queen,” before Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens played at London’s Wembley Stadium, an irate fan went to Jacksonville’s EverBank Field with a collection of team hats, shirts and jerseys with the team logos cut out and threw them to the pavement in front of the arena’s main gate.

Here are more photos of the Jacksonville Jaguars gear with logos removed:

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“We were working at stadium cleaning up and fixing things from Hurricane Irma when we saw this pile of shirts and jerseys and hats,” said a member of the stadium’s maintenance force, who asked Big League Politics to withhold his name because he is not authorized to speak to the media.

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“When we got close up to the pile, we saw that all team logos were cut out with scissors,” he said.

A little more than two hours after the fan dumped his desecrated Jaguars gear on the ground, team operations employees came out and took it all away, he said.

The Jaguars protest was notable because it was the first game played after President Donald J. Trump called for owners to fire players refusing to stand for “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Friday’s rally in Huntsville, Alabama.

The billionaire team owner Shad Khan joined the players, locking arms with two of them and issuing his own statement:

“It was a privilege to stand on the sidelines with the Jacksonville Jaguars today for the playing of the U.S. National Anthem at Wembley Stadium. I met with our team captains prior to the game to express my support for them, all NFL players and the league following the divisive and contentious remarks made by President Trump, and was honored to be arm in arm with them, their teammates and our coaches during our anthem. Our team and the National Football League reflects our nation, with diversity coming in many forms – race, faith, our views and our goals. We have a lot of work to do, and we can do it, but the comments by the President make it harder. That’s why it was important for us, and personally for me, to show the world that even if we may differ at times, we can and should be united in the effort to become better as people and a nation.”

The Pakistani-born Khan is one of five NFL owners, who donated $1 million to Trump’s inaugural committee, joining the owners of the New York Jets, the Washington Redskins, the Houston Texans and the New England Patriots.

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Fairfield University Will Force Students to Take Mandatory COVID-19 Tests in Order to Attend Class

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Fairfield University has announced its plans to be operational for the fall semester amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, tossing the privacy rights of students completely to the wayside.

“As Fairfield University plans to Bring its Stags Home for the fall 2020 semester, a safe return to campus life is our most important priority. We want to make sure our community members have all the information they need to maintain the vibrancy of our campus life but do so as safely as possible,” Fairfield University wrote in an email to their student body.

The university plans to force students to report their health data and submit it into an invasive cell phone app, monitor themselves for any close contact with individuals who have the virus, wear masks at all times while attending class, and subject themselves to mandatory COVID-19 testing to be allowed on campus.

Journalist Alex Berenson noted Fairfield’s proposed plans in a Twitter post, highlighting the absurdity and apparent illegality of the scheme:

Berenson has drawn attention to how the COVID-19 pandemic is adversely impacting children, who are losing educational opportunities and having their rights systemically violated because of mass hysteria.

Big League Politics has reported on the growing mass exodus from public schools that has resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic:

A recent poll of over twenty one hundred voters is showing that the future of public schools could be in great jeopardy when communities and states come out of lockdowns across the nation.

A survey of 2,122 registered voters by RealClear Opinion Research shows that support for educational choice is very strong, and that a plurality of parents are more likely to pursue homeschooling opportunities after COVID-19 lockdowns end.

The polling results show that 40% of families are more likely to homeschool or virtual school after lockdowns, and that 64% support school choice.

John Schilling who serves as the president of the American Federation for Children had this to say about the stunning results of the survey:

“Every single family with kids in school has been incredibly disrupted by the lockdowns. With fifty five million students no longer in their normal educational setting, families are clearly considering new options and many are seeing the benefits of homeschooling and virtual schooling. This is the time for leadership and for desperately needed bold reforms to be implemented across our K-12 education system.”

Homeschooling may be the only way for parents to protect their children from the Big Brother “solutions” to the COVID-19 pandemic in the classroom.

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