Post by aggieblackie2 on Aug 4, 2020 21:53:55 GMT -5
Did anyone see the Reidout Show on MSNBC tonight. Joy Reid interviewed the ex Admission Officer at Liberty. He described the racism that is very brazen at Liberty. He said Jerry Fallwell, Jr. and the staff at Liberty are very racist. He said a lot of the players have transferred and more to follow in football and basketball.
Joy showed a picture of Jerry Fallwell, Jr with his pants unzipped with a very briefly dressed young lady. The Ex Admission Officer criticized the picture and said it was an unsightly site for a supposedly religious leader.
As you may have guessed the ex Admission Officer was black.
Post by aggieblackie2 on Aug 16, 2020 11:45:54 GMT -5
When you have a dumb a$$ football program like Liberty's, quite naturally Covid-19 virus is going to spread. This is another example of the "Plantation" owners disrespecting their players who are predominantly Afro American (Black).
The lack luster testing program that Liberty has and maybe more colleges who plans to play will jeopardize their opponents health as well.
This is living proof that the "Plantation" theory in college athletics exist. It is about "MONEY". Why is this so hard to see. DAMN!!
A&T SHOULD NEVER SCHEDULE THESE FOOLS IN ANY SPORT AGAIN.
Post by aggierattler on Aug 20, 2020 17:51:13 GMT -5
Falwell’s use of yacht comes under scrutiny
The Liberty president vacationed on a NASCAR mogul’s yacht after the university inked a lucrative sponsorship deal.
By MAGGIE SEVERNS and BRANDON AMBROSINO Politico.com 08/20/2020 01:40 PM EDT
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. has repeatedly used a 164-foot yacht owned by NASCAR mogul Rick Hendrick for family vacations after the university committed to a lucrative sponsorship deal with Hendrick Motorsports, according to former and current Liberty employees and social media posts by the Falwell family.
It was on his most recent yacht vacation — spent with his wife, Becki, their children and friends — that the evangelical leader and prominent supporter of President Donald Trump posted a photo with his pants unzipped and arm around his wife’s personal assistant that led to his indefinite suspension.
While much of the controversy surrounding Falwell has focused on his personal behavior — especially in light of Liberty’s conservative Christian values — some trustees are also concerned about his oversight of university funds, current and former Liberty officials told POLITICO.
Since at least 2018, Liberty has sponsored a car with Hendrick Motorsports, a contract that typically runs well into the millions of dollars. The contract is private, so exactly how much the university is paying for the multiyear sponsorship is unknown. In 2017, for instance, Farmers Insurance paid Hendrick Motorsports $8 million for a similar NASCAR team sponsorship, according to court filings about the contract later obtained by ESPN. A Liberty employee familiar with the university’s contract with Hendrick Motorsports said the sponsorship payment varies slightly by year but amounts to roughly $6 million annually.
Hendrick, who has spoken at Liberty’s commencement and whose company helped start an auto dealership management program at its business school, did not respond to a request for comment.
With six bedrooms for guests, marble bathrooms, three wet bars and three separate sun decks, Hendrick’s yacht, Wheels, is renowned for its luxury. It carries jet skis, 15 drop-down televisions, and a 19th century dining table made out of North Carolina walnut in its formal dining room, according to a promotional video and brochure for chartering the yacht. There is space for a crew of eight...