Negro Felon League Sees Another Week of Poor Ratings

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
November 23, 2017

Whites are continuing to tune out of these ridiculous monkey ball spectacles.

Ratings for Week 11 of the Negro Felon League have come out and they are not good.

NY Post:

The TV audience for NFL games steepened its slide in Week 11, losing 1 million viewers versus last year’s season-to-date average.

The 6.3 percent slump — worsening from comparable declines of 5.6 to 5.7 percent during the previous three weeks — plagued a week whose off-the-field drama made gridiron tackling seem almost tame by comparison.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones remained the major distraction by continuing to battle with fellow team owners and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

Jones brought even more tension to Week 11 when video footage surfaced late last week of the football tycoon making a racially charged remark at a 2013 wedding party.

President Donald Trump added to the off-field antics with a tweet calling for the suspension of the Oakland Raiders’ Marshawn Lynch for not standing for the national anthem during a game played in Mexico City.

It looks like Jerry Jones is one of the few owners who recognizes the insanity of what the league has done. He wants Goodell gone but is fighting an uphill battle. They’re even trying to paint him as an evil racist. Most likely, Goodell will get a renewed contract and he’ll continue pushing the league into the abyss. Much of the league’s ownership is dominated by Jews and boomer types obsessed with social justice and other gibberish.

Goodell has been the main person responsible for destroying the league’s brand. He’s allowed these national anthem protests to go on unchecked. He’s also been criticized for mishandling a number of other situations prior to this debacle. None of that seems to matter though. He still has support from most of the franchise owners.

All of this is fine by us. We can only hope that the league continues to destroy itself. Keeping Goodell in charge will do just that. The empty stadiums and plunging ratings have represented huge cultural victories for us.

Thanksgiving has traditionally been a big day for these monkey ball spectacles but it looks like this year will be different. It is safe to assume that ratings for all of today’s games will be down from last year.