The Cardinal Rule of the Swindle

17 10 2016



Judge asks how ALCS will be played if Indians logo banned

An Ontario judge hearing arguments on an attempt to bar the Cleveland Indians from using their team name and “Chief Wahoo” logo during Monday’s night playoff game in Toronto asked the plaintiff’s lawyer how the game would be played if the name and logo didn’t appear.

The legal challenge by indigenous activist Douglas Cardinal comes on the same day the team plays the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series.


Swinwood said the legal challenge is a high-profile opportunity to bring awareness to the racism aboriginal people face in North America.

I’m sure the money, fame, payoffs and notoriety that would become Cardinal and Swinwood have nothing to do with it.

Those who can, do, those who can’t, become ethnic activists.

I bet that as I write these words, someone at The Undefeated is pounding out five to ten thousand words linking this back to Jackie Robinson and slavery.




3 responses

17 10 2016
David In TN

You’re in the zone all right.

17 10 2016

The judge sided with the Indians, i.e. the Cleveland MLB team, not the hustling ethnic activists. But that won’t preclude them from sending out thousands of fund raising letters. The hustling ethnic activists, not the Cleveland MLB team.

17 10 2016
Joshua Sinistar

Well its a good thing the Indigenous Tribal Peoples are doing this in Canadia, cause we all know how much Canadians love Hockey. Wait a minute…

It's your dime, spill it. And also...NO TROLLS ALLOWED~!

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