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Most people expect coronavirus to impact the football season.

As we all know, I’ve been running weekly polls on whether or not coronavirus will impact the upcoming season, and the results haven’t been good over the past several weeks. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Of the 4,045 voters in the latest poll, 88.

4% voted that the virus will impact the football season.

Will coronavirus impact the football season?

— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) August 1, 2020

These results are more or less holding steady with what we saw in July, which was more than 80% of people expecting an impact.

Will coronavirus impact the football season?

— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) July 24, 2020

Will coronavirus impact the football season?

— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) July 24, 2020

Will coronavirus impact the football season?

— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) July 18, 2020

Let me go ahead and answer this question for everyone so that there’s no confusion at all. Coronavirus is absolutely going to impact the college football season.

It’s unavoidable at this point. Non-conference games have been canceled, start dates have been shifted around and programs have had to suspend practice.


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It’s not a question of whether or not coronavirus will impact the college football season at this point. It’s only a matter of how much it’ll be impacted.

Right now, it does look like the season will start. Will it finish? That’s a question nobody seems to know the answer to.


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Hopefully, we keep doing whatever we can to beat coronavirus and make sure the football season happens.

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Attorney lays out the disturbing ways Trump and his allies will try to steal the election

Although President Donald Trump has been trailing former Vice President Joe Biden in poll after poll, a lot could happen between now and Election Day. Attorney Dmitri Mehlhorn, in an article for the conservative website The Bulwark, stresses that while Trump and his Republican allies might “use normal tactics to win outright or make the race closer,” there is also the possibility that they will find ways to steal the election — and Mehlhorn lays out some troubling possibilities.

One of them, according to Mehlhorn, is that Trump will “use openly authoritarian tactics to keep power.”

“Trump has doubled down on his lies about vote-by-mail security and suggested that those concerns demand a delay of the election,” Mehlhorn explains. “This suggestion led Steven Calabresi — the arch-conservative co-founder of the Federalist Society who voted for Trump in 2016, attacked the Mueller investigation and spoke out against impeachment — to write in the New York Times, ‘I am frankly appalled by the president’s recent tweet seeking to postpone the November election.’”

With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history. It will be a great embarrassment to the USA. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote???

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 30, 2020

Another possibility, Mehlhorn warns, is “violent voter suppression.”

“Since the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, right-wing militia groups have organized online and in-person to harass and intimidate domestic critics of President Trump,” Mehlhorn observes. “In addition, for the first time in four decades, the GOP is legally allowed to spend tens of millions of dollars to deploy tens of thousands of ‘poll watchers’ — recruiting especially off-duty soldiers and law enforcement — to intimidate voters in cities and in communities of color by threatening them with arrests and fines for voting ‘improperly.’”

Mehlhorn goes on to warn that “these tactics — the far-right militia groups in camo, and the off-duty cops as ‘poll watchers’” — could “be augmented by Department of Homeland Security agents authorized for deployment by Attorney General Bill Barr. Some observers believe that the federal law enforcement ‘surge’ into cities such as Detroit, Cleveland and Milwaukee is designed to prepare for vote suppression in cities and among voters of color.”

Pro-Trump Republicans, according to Mehlhorn, might try to “disqualify provisional and mail-in ballots” in the hope of “handing their states’ electoral votes to Trump.” Other things to watch out for, he warns, range from “hostile foreign or private actors (that) could affect the outcome” to “Republican state executives delaying the vote counting.”

“Even if the state legislature does not directly intervene,” Mehlhorn explains, “the Republican governors of critical swing states — Florida, Arizona, Ohio, Georgia, Texas — could try to intervene to slow their state’s vote count or to prevent their state from sending any electors to the Electoral College. Again, the pretext for this intervention would be bad-faith complaints about vote security and integrity — which, again, the president is already making.”

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