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    If you listen to an ever-growing number of folks outside the 49ers’ facility, with no clear connection to the team, Trey Lance is not ready to take over as San Francisco’s quarterback next year. Whatever “ready” means. No evidence is ever presented to back up such claims, either. Just a general statement that he’s “green”, “young”, or “inexperienced”. He’s, indeed, all of those things. But that doesn’t mean he’s not capable of starting for the 49ers in Week 1 next season and helping them win games in 2022. And besides, arguing over whether Lance is ready or not at this juncture — February 2022 — is a foolhardy exercise. The season doesn’t start until September. Lance merely needs to be prepared and in control of himself and the playbook by then. After that, buckle up — it’s going to be a fascinating ride. The truth is that I, you, those randos have no idea if Lance is going to be the kind of quarterback that can take advantage of the 49ers’ open Super...
    Joe Biden repeated his questionable claim Thursday night that his multi-trillion spending plan will not cost anything, which some experts have called 'delusional.' The president made the remark at the top of his town hall meeting on CNN, saying: 'By the way, all this paid for. Every single penny. It's not going to raise one single cent.' Biden also acknowledged that his congressional agenda is hard to understand. He has two pieces of legislation he's pushing: his infrastructure plan that funds traditional projects like roads, bridges and airports and he has a second plan that focuses on social programs. That second plan has been called a budget package, a reconcilitation bill, and his Build Back Better bill. 'We have two plans. One is the infrastructure plan, roads, highway, bridges, buses, trains, et cetera. And the other one is what I call the care economy,' he said. 'So there's a lot of pieces in there. There's a lot that people don't understand.' Joe Biden repeated his questionable claim Thursday night that his multi-trillion spending plan will not cost anything, making it at the top of...
    People who oppose vaccination have come up with a name of their own on social media in a new bizarre trend.  Unvaccinated Americans, who are often referred to as 'anti-vaxxers,' have started calling themselves 'pure bloods' on TikTok.  The term references J.K Rowling's Harry Potter saga, where old families in the magical realm consider themselves pure bloods and look down on those who married muggles - people who aren't born with magic powers. Anyone with human blood is known as a half-blood, while those without magical ancestors who still have powers, like Hermione Grainger, are mudbloods.   The pure bloods were typically villains and enemies of Harry Potter, and his friends.  The term also has Nazi connotations, because Adolf Hitler believed blood purity would ensure the survival of the Aryan race, and implemented the Nuremberg Laws to avoid what he called 'blood pollution' from Jews marrying non-Jews and having children.  The fact that people who reject vaccination have started using the term has caused a stir online, with many saying those who are calling themselves 'pure blood' are missing the point.  ...
    Republican Ohio Sen. Rob Portman said Sunday that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer was calling for a cloture vote on a bill that wasn’t finished. Portman spoke with CNN anchor Dana Bash on “State of the Union” about continued negotiations on infrastructure, and he argued that Schumer’s Wednesday deadline for a cloture vote was “arbitrary.” (RELATED: ‘Wildly Out Of Proportion’ — McConnell Rips Democrats $3.5 Trillion Deal On Infrastructure Package) WATCH: “You say that Chuck Schumer, the majority leader, is trying to give an arbitrary deadline,” Bash began, arguing that Schumer was only calling for the Senate to begin debating. “He’s not saying let’s have a final vote on a bill. So what’s wrong with that?” “Start debate on what? We don’t have a product yet. We won’t have a product until we can finish negotiations,” Portman said, arguing that Schumer was attempting to push forward without first allowing the committees to do their work. “We want to get it right. It’s not too much to ask that we have the time to do that. Again, I was...
    CNN HOST Don Lemon said there needs to be a cultural shift in how we educate children, and that starts with teaching them Jesus was a Black or brown person. "I think we should start with a true depiction of what Jesus looked like," Lemon said on The View. "And that is as a black or brown person, rather than someone who looks like a white hippy from Sweden or Norway," adding once this is understood, it will help break the "spell" of racism in the country. 4Don Lemon said the nation needs to start teaching its kids that Jesus was brown or BlackCredit: ABC 4He said doing so will help break the "spell" of racism in the countryCredit: ABC The anchor was promoting his new book, 'This is the Fire,' on the talk show when co-host Meghan McCain asked him about his inspiration from James Baldwin, with Lemon saying the title came from Baldwin's novel 'The Fire Next Time.' Like Baldwin advocated for, Lemon said "we have to come together and be willing to fix this thing and I...
    More On: new york yankees Yankees dump an outfielder with Brett Gardner’s return New Yankees catcher with Gerrit Cole history could complicate things At least one Yankees player is standing by troubled teammate Yankees’ first injury of spring damages rotation competition TAMPA — Gerrit Cole said players need to “wake up” and understand how some teams think about players in the aftermath of former Mariners president and CEO Kevin Mather’s admission Seattle manipulated service time, among other things. Cole called some of the practices acting in “bad faith” and he had no answers about how to solve the issues that players see with the current collective bargaining agreement, which is set to expire in December. “If you start to play with the beginning of the bell curve [of a players’ career], so you maximize what it is and you’re only doing it strictly to be more efficient business-wise, that’s just frustrating,” Cole said Tuesday. “I don’t have an answer for how to fix it. I think it’s bad faith.” And any doubts the players or the Players Association might have...
    Just as his peers are doing throughout the Bay Area, West Alameda County Conference commissioner Dave Kiesel is logging serious hours. There have been schedule revisions on top of schedule revisions and — in case things change again — Kiesel and his league are prepared to make even more schedule revisions. “It’s like probably every other league,” Kiesel told the Bay Area News Group this week. “It’s a work in progress. We’re doing what we have to do.” The WACC has 12 member schools — Bishop O’Dowd, San Leandro and Berkeley, among them — plus schools that join the league for a specific sport, such as football, lacrosse and water polo. In addition, the league has merged for football with the Mission Valley Athletic League — which includes James Logan, Moreau Catholic, Newark Memorial and the Fremont public schools — to form a competitively balanced, multi-division league. It’s enough to keep the midnight oil burning. And this week, the path back to high school sports competition became smoother — first with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s...
    More from: Steve Serby Jabrill Peppers playing best ball of career at perfect time for Giants Colt McCoy embodies what makes these Giants different Colt McCoy has beaten many odds to get to this Giants point Jets-Raiders far cry from Joe Namath vs. Al Davis rivalry Its time to crown Derrick Henry as NFLs best back The pressure builds each week when the Jets, the 0-12 Jets, are on your schedule. Ask the Packers about the pressure they felt to avoid defeat at the hands of the 0-15 Lions in 2008. Ask the Steelers about the pressure they felt to avoid defeat at the hands of the 0-15 Browns in 2017. The Seahawks will feel it on Sunday in Seattle, then the Browns are a good bet to feel it on “Monday Night Football,” then the Ravens are a good bet to feel it, and then Bill Belichick and the Patriots will be a good bet to feel it if the Jets show up 0-15 for the regular-season finale at Foxborough. As desperate as the Jets will be to...
    She was texting at the stoplight and kept texting after the light turned green. She had to be honked at and then she got going, but not before adjusting her face mask. Pulling down her mask to text must be akin to turning down the radio when you are looking for an address. As for masks in cars, I have no opinion. Doesn’t seem likely to me that I am going to catch a virus while driving. And why people wear them on hot days while jogging or bicycling is beyond me, but I hold no mask-wearing citizen in political suspicion. We are so far down the road to complete insanity that wearing or not wearing a mask presumes your ballot box identity and your ideological leanings. If you wear a mask, the non-mask wearers think you are a fraidy cat who doesn’t understand that COVID-19 is a liberal hoax intended to help push Donald Trump out of office. Not to mention you mask wearers would certainly gather to protest at the drop of a hat, wouldn’t you? And the...
    President Donald Trump has slammed Dr. Anthony Fauci for warning the NFL to follow the NBA's lead by creating a controlled campus environment or a 'bubble' in a centralized location in order to return safely from the ongoing outbreak. Fauci, who leads the White House task force on COVID-19, has football the 'perfect setup' for rapid spread of the coronavirus due to close and near-constant contact. 'Tony Fauci has nothing to do with NFL Football,' Trump tweeted Friday. 'They are planning a very safe and controlled opening.' The NFL plans to have all players report to their respective training camps in July — 28 teams report on July 28 — but reportedly has considered reducing the number of preseason games from the typical four, as scheduled, to two per team. The regular season is scheduled to start September 10. Meanwhile the NBA, MLS and WNBA are moving ahead with plans to resume seasons delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic by setting up campus environments or 'bubbles' to help control the spread of the novel coronavirus through isolation and minimal contact with outsiders...
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