So, 16 teams in the SEC, now what?

How will the league be aligned now, or to be more precise starting in 2025? Here are the options, as my brain sees it

Keep two divisions East and West, The West would consist of Texas, Texas A&M, OU, Missouri, Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss and Mississippi State. The East would be Bama, Auburn, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Kentucky. A move to a nine-game conference schedule would be necessary, with two out of division games. I do suppose the league could play 10 games in conference, which adds another game out of division. This would help certain long-standing rivalries to keep being annual events.

There is the option of having four, four-team pods. Teams play three games in pod, and two teams from the other three pods, rotating those six games so they play every team from other pods once every other season. But, with that how do you decide which two teams play in the SEC title game? Best two records in conference? To me the pods, should that happen should be grouped thusly.

Texas, A&M, OU, and Arkansas in one. LSU, Mizzou, Ole Miss, Miss. State in another. Bama, Auburn, South Carolina, and Kentucky in the 3rd, and Florida, Georgia, Vanderbilt, and Tennessee in the fourth.

Would Nancy Pelosi put on a show trial? Is that even a question?

Well, would she? Is grass green? Are bad tippers bad people? Are vegetarians missing out on a lot of great food? OF COURSE SHE WOULD! Diogenes points out this bit of news about a hand-picked “witness”

One of the Pelosi’s chosen “Insurrection” Capitol Hill police witnesses, who claimed he was called a “nigger” numerous times, is a black activist who expressed overt political and racial biases on social media. Dunn should’ve scrubbed his social media before putting on his uniform and propagandizing with crocodile yesterday. The receipts are brutal.  

Consider this from The Federalist

Harry Dunn, the teary-eyed U.S. Capitol police officer who testified in Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s politicized January 6 committee, previously defended the violent riots that shook the nation last summer and caused billions of dollars in damage.

In a tweet directed at Fox News’s Tucker Carlson last August, Dunn asked “why is murder an appropriate response to property damage but property damage isn’t an appropriate response to murder?”

Then, there is this

And these gems

No wonder some people are asking if he is a reliable witness? Remember when the media asked such questions?

Why are Democrats so opposed to voter ID, and other common sense voting rules?

Well, to put it as simply as I can, it makes it very tough to “exploit” voting rules. As The Other McCain explains…..

A couple of months ago, I had a long phone conversation with an old friend from Douglas County, Georgia. Among other things, we talked about the election there and, when I mentioned suspicions of fraud, my friend said he didn’t believe Democrats had fabricated votes in Fulton County. Instead, he said, they had exploited the Secretary of State’s decision (contradicting state law) to permit widespread mail-in voting with drop boxes. What Democrats did with that loophole, my friend explained, was to deploy an army of ballot harvesters who were soliciting votes in grocery store parking lots and they knew whose votes they were looking for, IYKWIMAITYD. So, according to my friend, the election wasn’t exactly stolen, but it was not exactly legitimate, either.

That experiment in mass mail-in voting was made necessary, according to its defenders, because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Be that as it may, the Georgia legislature was determined to prevent any future such improvisations, and passed a new election law which, as Gov. Brian Kemp has said, makes it “easier to vote, but harder to cheat.”

Without cheating, can Georgia Democrats win? They don’t think so:

GO READ IT ALL! The key to preventing fraud in voting is to put up barriers to, let’s call it, creative shenanigans in registering voters who, well, may not even exist, this piece by Mr. McCain lays out ways it can happen

Terrorist who blew up Buddhas released?

Well, why wouldn’t we expect a leftist president to do such things. The leftists are big into erasing history so is this guy

When the Taliban and its Al Qaeda allies blew up two giant Buddha statues in Afghanistan,it put the Jihadist alliance on the world’s radar even before the September 11 attacks.

The destruction of the statues was widely condemned by just about everyone. Even Democrats.

Now, Joe Biden has decided to free an Al Qaeda commander who helped bomb the statues.

As the Taliban retake Afghanistan, Biden’s decision to free Abdul Latif Nasir signals support for the Jihadists and for the North African Muslim Brotherhood regime that agreed to harbor Nasir.

There were plenty of reasons to keep Abdul Latif Nasir safely locked up in Gitmo. Even the Obama administration, which made it its mission to free every Islamic terrorist, was having trouble springing Nasir. Government documents describe the accused Al Qaeda terrorist as an explosives instructor who also trained Al-Qaeda recruits in the “use of the AK-47, rocket-propelled grenades, Beka machine gun, and mortars” and received “advanced training in explosives and poisons at the chemical laboratory” at Osama bin Laden’s Mall Six Compound.

Nasir admitted to being “the emir of al-Qaida fighters at the Kabul front” and had been in charge of 250 Jihadists at Tora Bora. He’s young enough, in his fifties, to jump into any one of a number of conflicts, and he has the kind of experience that would be invaluable to Al Qaeda and ISIS.

Just to make things even easier for the Jihadists, the Biden regime isn’t even trying to ship Nasir to some out-of-the-way place, but is sending him right back to Morocco whose elected political system is run by the Muslim Brotherhood’s Justice and Development Party (PJD).

Smart power from Team Mumbles. Frankly, why is this evil bastard terrorist still breathing?. Now, he can go back and cause more death and destruction. Like I said, smart power! Go read the rest.