This morning, while at the NFL draft in Las Vegas, democrat operative and Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis was busy telling everyone how he is working on a plan to make BLM activist Colin Kaepernick a Las Vegas Raider.
“I believe in Colin Kaepernick,” said Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis last night in an interview with NBC Sports Bay Area. “He deserves every chance in the world to become a quarterback in the National Football League. I still stand by it. If our coaches and general manager want to bring him in or want him to be the quarterback on this team, I would welcome him with open arms.”
Bringing Kaepernick to Vegas should be no shock to anyone who has been watching what’s really going on. The Nevada Democrat party has used the team to do everything from push vaccine mandates to using them to steal millions in taxpayer dollars which have been used to promote Democrats throughout the state.
The Raiders Robbed Las Vegas In America’s Worst Stadium Deal Now they Want More of Your Money!
At $750 million in taxpayer dollars, the boondoggle of a deal was the largest direct public subsidy for a stadium ever granted. On top of stealing tax money to fund Davis’ move to Vegas, the county has had to pull millions of dollars from reserve funds to meet payments on the Las Vegas Raiders’ stadium — a stadium that banned unvaccinated taxpayers that helped build the stupid thing.
Even Bank of America knew the only way they would get paid was to screw Las Vegas residents!
It seems the State doesn’t want you to know that even before COVID, Bank of America was unsure the Raiders would ever be able to make a profit in Vegas and doubted they would draw the draw 451,000 new visitors every year that Nevada officials claimed.
Back in 2017, Roger Noll, Stanford economics professor emeritus, flat out rejected financial projections Nevada lawmakers used to pass the $750 funding bill. “It is a catenation of optimistic assumptions,” he said. “The probability that it could happen isn’t zero, but it is pretty close to zero.”
“Every single thing they made an assumption on has no prior experience anywhere else,” said Noll, director of the Program in Regulatory Policy in the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. “In defense of it, well this is different because this is Vegas, therefore, it must be true.” … “Why would they go with this phony-baloney stuff that Vegas is different. Why would they believe a half a million who would never visit Vegas would suddenly show up because there is a football stadium? It’s so far out there it is a puzzle.”
Of course, none of this was ever about making money, it was about helping Democrats stay in power and push their agenda on the State of Nevada. Unfortunately for Las Vegas, it has meant brining even more crime into our city, including a team filled with criminals who have wreaked havoc on our city.
In February, the push to bring more NFL events to Las Vegas resulted in a man being brutally beaten by multiple NFL players at the Cromwell. New Orleans Saints Alvin Kamara was arrested for beating the hell out of someone at Drai’s nightclub on the Las Vegas Strip. Kamara was arrested for Felony Battery right after the Pro Bowl, which Las Vegas Metro Police allowed him to play before arresting him.
Since that report, it has been revealed that Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Chris Lammons was also involved in the brutal beating.
In January, Rookie Nate Hobbs was arrested on DUI Charges at the Cromwell Parking Garage. Hobbs’ arrest followed a long string of trouble for Las Vegas Raiders players. Just two months before, Hobbs’ former Raiders teammate, Henry Ruggs, was accused of driving drunk and slamming his Corvette into a local girl who was killed in the fiery impact. Ruggs was driving 156 mph with a blood alcohol content twice Nevada’s legal limit before his car slammed into the rear of a Rav4, killing 23-year-old Tina Tintor.
Just days after Ruggs killed the girl, his teammate Damon Arnette was cut from the team after a video surfaced of the player holding firearms while threatening to kill people.