EDITOR’S NOTE: I first brought you this story a few days ago, but am running it again on the day of the event. We hope and pray nothing bad happens. To everyone who is there, please be on guard and keep your wits and your senses about you. Stay safe!
Did legendary sportscaster Joe Buck just predict a False Flag to occur at the SuperBowl?
It’s up for interpretation but he says point blank he has “no desire” to be in Vegas for the week of the SuperBowl.
Me either, but this has a very bad feel to it.
Check this out:
NFL announcer Joe Buck has come out and said he has no desire to be in Las Las Vegas this weekend because he feels something bad is coming.
Is the announcer with the name Buck announcing another Buck Pass event, as they did with 9/11.
ESPN’s Joe Buck, the veteran play-by-play voice for “Monday Night Football,” told an ESPN radio station in his hometown St. Louis that he has “no desire” to be in Las Vegas this week before the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers.
And it’s certainly not because he thinks it’s going to be a bad game. It’s the bad that can happen before it for those attending.
“It’s a lot of logistics. It’s a lot of congestion,” he told “The Opening Drive” on 101 ESPN.
“I’m not that way. I’m not looking for the Maxim party and going out all night. It’s just not my thing, and then you combine that with Vegas.
“There’s going to be some story. There’s going to be something that happens because it’s Vegas, and it won’t stay in Vegas. It’s going to be a big something that happens. I don’t know what it is. I have no idea. I just think that is going to be a mess in my mind.”
Of course, Buck isn’t sure what exactly the “big something” will be that he’s referencing.
But with tons of NFL players and others converging on Las Vegas — a city that the league wanted to stay away from for years until recently when the Raiders moved from Oakland, California — there are some skeptical about what might take place.