A Second Gay NFL Player? Player Allegedly Outed by Boy he Allegedly Molested
The NFL gave its fans another sharp kick to the their footballs last month when it announced that “FOOTBALL IS GAY“. This was essentially a humiliation ritual where the usual suspects rubbed into the faces of the NFL faithful the reality that there is no respite for cultural conservatives in American life. The announcement was part of the NFL’s launching of the “coming out” of its first openly gay player, Carl Nassib, which had been timed perfectly with Pride Month. Some might cynically assume that this was the price the NFL had to pay in order to remain a tax exempt monopoly. But, in reality, no one needed to twist leadership’s arm. Rumors of gayness run through the ranks of the organization. But, just ask former New York Giant Michael Strahan, these are just rumors (whatever his ex-wife might say).
The latest rumor comes in the form of criminal charges which have been levied against Barkevious Mingo. Mingo began his career in professional football at LSU, before going on to play under the flags of the Browns, Patriots, Colts, Seahawks, Texans, Bears, and Falcons.
Like the late singer Michael Jackson and Netflix star Jerry Harris, Mingo is accused of being over-affectionate with a 13-year-old boy.
As reported by NBC-DFW
Mingo, 30, was arrested Thursday after he traveled to North Texas to surrender to Arlington police…
…According to a search warrant, Mingo was entertaining a young relative and his best friend, who was 13 at the time, during a visit to North Texas over the July Fourth holiday in 2019.
During the visit, the alleged victim said Mingo took the boys to Six Flags, K1 Speed, and then a restaurant for dinner before they all went back to stay at his hotel. The victim also told police Mingo allowed them to buy anything they wanted from the Nike website and that those items, including clothing and shoes, were sent back to the relative’s home.
At the hotel, the 13-year-old boy told police he woke up and noticed Mingo was in the bed with him.
“The victim thought this was odd because the plan had been for him to sleep in the other room with his best friend. The victim advised he did not think much of it and went back to sleep,” the affidavit said. “The victim was then awoken by the suspect pulling at his underwear.”
The affidavit goes on to describe this occurring for several minutes until Mingo got more aggressive and pulled the boy’s underwear down to his shins. The boy told police he, “was scared and pretended to be asleep.”
The child told police Mingo put lotion on him that made his skin burn and that he felt the man rubbing his body against his.
This shouldn’t really come as a surprise. At some point, normal Americans are going to need to question their continued attachment to sports and sports stars. The problem is that sports are so integrated into the culture and fans’ identities that there is basically nothing that the leagues or the players can do that will make some of them stop watching. But not everybody is going down with the gay and BLM-supporting ship. I have already noticed that men are becoming a little bit embarrassed to talk about pro-football.
If you are wondering if it is time to quit football, remember that the NFL told us last month that FOOTBALL IS GAY. When they said, “FOOTBALL IS FOR EVERYONE”, they didn’t mean you. Believe me. Believe them. Quit watching these people who hate you, and supporting supposed heroes who will never stand up for you. If you can’t help but watch some NFL, at least watch it secretly, like the way NFL players used to go about their sex lives. But, whatever you do, please don’t subject your children to this. Don’t let them watch pro sports, idolize athletes, or be anywhere near them. The last thing Texas needs is another generation of Cowboys and Texans fan boys.