Pussifying Football at Cedar Grove High
The purpose of the jihad against “bullying” is that it allows our liberal rulers to bully anyone who presents an obstacle in their campaign to reduce America to a land of sniveling wimps.
A long football season is in order for one New Jersey school that just had five of their football coaches suspended.
As CBS 2 investigative reporter Tamara Leitner reported Tuesday, the Cedar Grove High School Panthers have still been hitting the field, but their coaches have been removed from the gridiron for alleged bullying.
Their chilling crime:
“I heard that some of the coaches at Cedar Grove were picking on this one student, I think that he asks too many questions during practice, and they gave him the nickname the “riddler,” and drew some question marks on his jersey,” said former student Joe DeFresco.
The suspensions range from a week to all season.
Barstool Sports handles this one:
Huge day for pussification of America. … Apparently coaches giving players nicknames is bullying nowadays. If this happened 20 years ago every coach in the history of coaching would be fired for bullying. Whole thing makes me want to puke. It’s not even like this was a bad nickname either. The player asks a ton of questions. The coach calls him the riddler. It makes perfect sense. More importantly my question is who in their right mind would ever want to be a high school coach nowadays? You can’t criticize kids. You can’t yell at them. You can’t care about winning. You can’t teach them lessons. All you can do is nod your head, smile and tell everybody how great they are. It’s a joke. Hey newsflash the world isn’t all gumdrops and candy canes. If you don’t have thick skin it’s gonna eat you up and spit you out. The sooner kids learn this the better. But no let’s suspend these coaches and teach this kid that tattling gets your way.
On a tip from Shawn R. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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