Negro Felon League Week 10 & 11: Condi Rice for Cleveland Head Coach!

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
November 22, 2018

If you thought the Negro Felon League was a joke before, just imagine if they go through with making the empowered Negress Condoleezza Rice the Cleveland Browns’ next head coach!

Since there wasn’t a ton of information posted on the tubes about the sad state of the Negro Felon League for week 10, it didn’t make a whole lot of sense to do an article last week. So here’s a combined wrap up of both week 10 and week 11.

As expected, the league’s stadium attendance continues to be dismal.

Week 10:

Week 11:

The NFL did manage to sell out one stadium but that was a special game scheduled for play in Mexico City. Unfortunately for the league and the residents of Mexico City, the Mexicans were unable to provide a playable field so the game was relocated back to the United States.

So basically, we had a third world population unable to provide a suitable first world playing environment. Who could have ever predicted this?

In other NFL news, there have been reports that former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was being considered for the Cleveland Browns’ head coaching vacancy.

CNN has also published an op-ed talking her up as the NFL’s next commissioner.

Roger Goodell is a truly awful commissioner, but making Rice the commissioner would be ridiculous. She is literally a war criminal considering the role she played in the George W. Bush regime back in the 2000s. But the only reason they are talking her up this way is because she’s black.

Hilariously, the NFL has a rule that forces teams to interview a non-White for head coaching positions. That’s probably where some of this talk about Rice potentially being interviewed for this job came from.

People should flood the Cleveland Browns franchise with accusations of sexism and racism if they don’t hire her. That’s because if she actually gets hired, it would cause even more alienation among fans and turn the NFL into an even bigger joke than it already is. The league has gone soft, and a female head coach would make it even softer.

Overall, the NFL is doing a fantastic job of alienating any and all White people from watching their horrible product. Hopefully they continue doing this.