Tuesday, January 28, 2020
SHAME?!?! WILL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ALLEGATIONS DAMPEN KANSAS CITY CHIEFS' SUPER BOWL CELEBRATION?!?!
Local news isn't asking tough questions about the Kansas City Chiefs but other local news outlets have been vicious in their criticism.
A noteworthy example . . .
Super Bowl 2020: Kansas City Chiefs have ugly domestic violence history; root for San Francisco 49ers
Resoning . . .
"Don’t root for the Chiefs. Not this Kansas City team that has Tyreek Hill, Terrell Suggs and Frank Clark, very good football players who have done very bad things."
The horrific past remembered . . .
"You’d think after ex-Chief Jovan Belcher murdered his wife before killing himself at the team facility in 2012, they’d steer clear of violent types. Instead, they’ve gone the other way."
The column is sour grapes garbage directed at deplorable Pats fans but that doesn't mean the claims can't be documented and open for debate:
Regarding Mr. Hill . . .
Sporting News: Tyreek Hill's timeline of trouble: From a domestic violence arrest in college to child abuse investigation with Chiefs
Backstory for Mr. Suggs:
Vice: Terrell Suggs, Linebacker, Accused of Repeated Domestic Assault
And info about the star of the defense . . .
NBC ProFootball Talk: Frank Clark would prefer that we not mention his domestic violence incident
And so . . .
WILL REPEATED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ALLEGATIONS RUIN SUPER BOWL GLORY FOR FANS OF THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS?!?
Or . . .
IS HOME TOWN PRIDE MORE IMPORTANT THAN #METOO CONSIDERATIONS?!?
You decide . . .