All football fans should be dismayed by what we are about to say. To some, it will come as no surprise. To others, it will be shocking and provacative, but we feel compelled to speak out nonetheless. To put it simply, NFL and NCAA football games are rigged to help promote Illuminati brainwashing. This is not mere hypothesizing on our part but a careful analysis over three years in the making. After spending countless hours of watching football and seeing how certain teams are favored by the media, we have realized that subtle forces are being executed to determine the winners of football games. Even if you're not a believer in the Illuminati, this article still applies because too much money is at stake over the fates of certain teams. We here at IW urge you to read on with an open mind.
For starters, we need to disclose that the rigging of football games is not based on players and coaches deliberately choking or anything else that would be too overt. The Illuminati realizes the value in being able to brainwash the citizenry through sports and knows that anything obvious would destroy the perceived integrity of the contests and cause fans to lose all interest. In other words, no one wants to watch a scripted match, except maybe WWE fans but that's for another article. No, what the Illuminati does is much more surreptitious.
Here are some questions we'd like to ask. Have you ever wondered how referees get away with making horrendous calls? Have you ever wondered why games with botched calls that altered the outcome are almost never covered by ESPN? Do you ever ask yourself why some teams seem to catch all of the breaks in a game? The answers are that the referees are deliberately making or missing calls to affect the outcome of a game.
We have lots of examples, and we'll start with one of the most egregious. This was during the Ohio State vs. Penn State game in October 2014, and Big Ten referees ensured a Buckeye victory. Early in the game, an OSU defender scooped up a PSU pass after it had touched the ground. The ruling on the field was an interception. The immediate instant replays that followed showed a ball bouncing off the turf before being cradled by OSU's defender. Even after further the review, the referees confirmed that the ruling on the field as an interception. This play quickly led to a Buckeye touchdown. The next botched call came on an OSU field goal attempt that occurred several seconds after the play clock expired. The attempt was already a long shot, adding an extra five yards due to a delay-of-game penalty would have forced a Buckeye punt. These botched calls gave OSU 10 points it should never have received. The game ended in a double overtime defeat for the Nittany Lions.
What made these calls so crucial was that OSU went on to win the national championship and got into the playoffs with one loss to an unranked Virginia Tech squad. If the Penn State game had occurred as it should have, OSU would have had two losses and no luck when making a case to be a playoff team. To make matters worse, the fact that OSU should never have won this game never entered the debate when selecting the top four teams. ESPN ignored it and kept touting how amazing OSU was and that they deserved to be selected. Not one of their sleazebag commentators reminded viewers that OSU had suffered one defeat at the hands of an unranked ACC team (something they would have used to eliminate Florida State) and gotten another victory (PSU) that should have never been. Instead of reporting the facts, ESPN lobbied harder for the Buckeyes than anyone else all season. The reasons were obvious, higher powers wanted a Buckeye championship.
This comes down to the fact that Urban Meyer is an Illuminati darling. His one year sabbatical taken between coaching at UF and OSU was likely a time for him to undergo further MK Ultra brainwashing. When the man appears on camera, his face is blank as if it's devoid of all humanity. He comes across as a cold instrument of evil. This was his case at UF where he presided over one of the most corrupt teams ever assembled that included Aaron Hernandez. Of course, ESPN will never mention this.
Another example of horrific play calling affecting the outcome of a game occurred a year later during the Miami vs. Duke matchup in 2015. During the last play, referees missed four obvious calls that would have prevented the Hurricanes from getting the game winning score. These included a player being down before passing off the ball and an illegal block in the back. In fact the play calling was so egregious that it prompted the ACC to suspend the officials. Of course, the results of the game were not overturned, and we're sure the referees received hefty under-the-table compensation for their blatant cheating.
We see this in the NFL as well. Certain teams such as the New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, and Green Bay Packers frequently receive help from the refs when the outcome of a game is in jeopardy. Take for example the 2016 season opener between the Packers and Jacksonville Jaguars. Following this close game that resulted in a Green Bay victory, the Jaguars organization submitted 23 plays where it argued that the referees made poor calls (10 is the NFL limit). One of these calls came in the final moments of the game where the Jaguars were on a potential game-winning drive, and the referees missed an obvious holding call against a Jacksonville receiver. This would have set the Jaguars up for a quick touchdown. Instead, the Jags were forced to attempt a fourth-down conversion that failed giving the game to the Packers.
Now, why would the refs rig this one? That comes down to the brainwashing success of the Green Bay program. The team has a nationwide following of sheeple that will do the most ridiculous things to show their support. This includes donning those hideous cheese heads. If Green Bay took a loss early to a less talented Jacksonville squad, viewership for future Packers games would have been reduced. It was in the Illuminati's interest to rig the game's outcome. Afterall, offending the Jaguars' ever dwindling fan base is of little concern.
Do not be fooled into thinking that football games are played fairly. They are not. Higher powers determine the outcomes well in advance. Sometimes teams manage to win despite the referees showing obvious favor. The cheating can't be too obvious or no one will watch. So go ahead and enjoy the next installment of ESPN's College GameDay. The Illuminati is all over it.
Oh yes, we'd like to say just one more thing. Screw you, Lee Corso!